Cheyenne’s Fridays on the Plaza RELOCATES Tonight’s Final Show
Have you heard? Tonight's Fridays on the Plaza has moved from the traditional location at the Cheyenne Depot Plaza...at least for tonight.
Cheyenne Presents, the folks in charge of putting on the show, announced the following:
"Due to the inclement weather forecasted for the last Fridays on the Plaza concert tomorrow, Cheyenne Presents is announcing a change of venue for the highly anticipated Jalan Crossland performance scheduled for Friday, August 25, 2023. Given the anticipated weather conditions, the event will now take place at the Cheyenne Civic Center, providing a comfortable and secure environment for all attendees."
Tonight's show, despite moving to the Civic Center, will remain free to the public. Concert-goers will be able to enjoy the performance from Jalan Crosslands without getting soaked by the rain. However, there is a limit on how many people can attend the concert due to the building's population restrictions at the venue. Only 1,400 attendees can settle in for this evening's concert. See below:
"The Cheyenne Civic Center offers a climate-controlled indoor setting, assuring an uninterrupted concert experience regardless of the weather outside. Capacity for this free event is restricted to the first 1,400 attendees. Malt beverages will still be available for purchase. Cheyenne Presents thanks the community for their understanding and cooperation as they continue to prioritize the safety and enjoyment of our community. For the latest updates and additional information, please visit fridaysontheplaza.com."
Who is Jalan Crossland, Tonight's Performer?
Jalan Crossland is an award-winning singer, songwriter, and guitarist from Ten Sleep, Wyoming. His music is a blend of Americana bluegrass and country music, featuring twangy banjo and phenomenal guitar picking. Crossland has opened for country music favorites like the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Charlie Daniels, and the Shakey Graves. In recognition of his contribution to Wyoming arts, Governor Matt Mead honored Crossland with the Governor's Arts Award.