Blazin' M Holiday Show kicks off Nov. 28

Blazin' M Ranch lights up for the holidays.

Blazin' M Ranch lights up for the holidays.

Blazin' M Ranch in Cottonwood is offering a special holiday show this season sure to please the entire family. With nearly a million people entertained (and fed!) in the past 20 years, Blazin' M's special holiday program kicks-off Nov. 28 and runs on select dates through Dec. 27.

 This special limited production features an abundance of comedy and festive cowboy and traditional songs to put patrons in the true spirit of the season. Champion yodelers, Jim and Jeanne Martin, and steel-guitar player extraordinaire, Bill Bassett, blend their melodic sounds and cowboy humor to create a spectacular hour of holiday fun you won't want to miss.    

Blazin' M Wrangler's will literally "deck the barn" with holiday-themed decorations for everyone's enjoyment. With shows starting the day after Thanksgiving, make plans now to bring everyone from the oldest to the youngest family members and friends to enjoy great food and outstanding entertainment ...as well as a very surprising and festive rendition of their signature Ghost Riders in the Sky.

"Every year our holiday shows sell out," says Lori Mabery, Managing Partner for Mabery Ranch Company, the family entity that founded Blazin' M. "If you are looking for the perfect evening of food and entertainment for your visiting family and friends for the holidays, or just need a spirit-booster for the season, this is the must-have ticket."  

 In addition to the regular activities and attractions included with the ticket, like the vintage tractor ride and roping lessons, the retails shops are packed full of great merchandise to complete your holiday shopping. With thirty plus staff members serving as shopkeepers, ticket takers, servers, singers and cooks, everyone pitches in to make the evening enjoyable for all.

 For details and reservations call (928) 634-0334 or visit BlazinM.com for up-to-the-minute availability.

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