Wild West Expo rides into fairgrounds next weekend

The richness of the Western Lifestyle, its history and heritage, and the artisans working in these traditions will fill the Bing Crosby Exhibition Hall from April 16-18 at the Del Mar Fairgrounds.

Wild West Expo-San Diego will feature exhibitors from across the country with Western-inspired apparel, leather, furnishings, jewelry, art, photography, horse accoutrement as well as Native American–inspired designs, antiques and artifacts.

For fans of history and the Old West, many collectors and dealers specializing in Western Americana antiques will also be a highlight of the event.

Musical entertainment will add to the festivities as recording artists The CrossTown Cowboys will be performing throughout the day Saturday and Sunday on the main stage.

Wild West Expo-San Diego is held in connection with the Del Mar Antiques Show, which happens in the adjacent O’Brien Exhibition Hall. Admission is $8. For more information, go to www.calendarshows.com.

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