HorseThief Festival

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Event# 620-357-8831

Event Details

2016 Schedule ---------------------------

Friday June 10th

5:00pm Gates open

7:00pm Friends of HorseThief Bonfire and Hotdog Feed – Arena area

8:00pm Music Starts – Arena area
Sarah Dunn Band
Tanner Dirks Band
Zane WIlliams

Saturday June 11th

7:00am Jetmore United Methodist Mens Free Will Biscuit and Gravy Breakfast – Arena area
7:00am Dam Near 5K registration opens – North end of Dam

8:00am Race meeting, race immediately follows – North end of Dam

7:00 am – 2 pm Fishing Tournament – Boat ramps

10:00am Mud Volleyball tournament begins – Mud pits

10:00am Friends of HorseThief Sand Castle Building Contest – Beach Area

Noon Decorate your Wagon campsite judging begins – Campground

3:30 Fishing Tournament winners announced – Arena Stage

3:30pm Friends of HorseThief Warrior Obstacle Course Check in
4:00pm Warrior Obstacle Course begins - Reservoir Office

7:00pm Decorate your wagon winner announced – Main Stage

8:00pm Music Starts – Main Stage
The Banned
Blue Water Highway Band
Jon Wolfe

1:00am HorseThief the Festival 2016 closes

Sunday June 12th

Sunrise-Sunset Free Family Fun Day!
Swim, fish, boat, enjoy all that HorseThief has to offer!

Schedule subject to change day of event. For schedule and weather updates check Horsthief The Festival on Facebook

HorseThief Festival

Address : HorseThief Reservoir, 19005 SW 156 Highway Jetmore KS
Phone : 620-357-8831   (Always call and confirm events.)

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