High Plains Country Jamboree performs last show of season at Western Heritage Center

The High Plains Country Jamboree played the last of nine weekly shows on Sept. 15 at 6:30 p.m. at the Western Heritage Center. 


This series of shows featured Orion and Stacey Potter, who are well-known performers in the Black Hills. The Western Heritage Center hosted as they put on their show, the Country Jamboree, Tuesday night for the last time this season.  

The evening started with a chuckwagon buffet catered by Cheyenne Crossing Restaurant. The show then began in the Bruce Miller Theater with Orion opening with his rendition of “King of the Road.”  

The executive director of the Western Heritage Center, Karla Scovell, talked about how important holding these types of events is for her, the museum, and the community. 

Not only do these events bring in new patrons, but they also bring in another source of funding for the museum. “As a private nonprofit, we have very few ways to get money other than grants, letter-writing campaigns, and fundraising, so the events help with that as well, Scovell says. 

Scovell also mentioned how nice it is, giving back to the community by providing business to the caterers and the local entertainment. Another perk she provides for the community is that all students get free admission to the Western Heritage Center. Only present a Buzz Card upon arrival. 

This establishment is one of many that the Potters’ frequent with their various acts. Their audience is always delighted to see the married couple perform. A typical appraisal of the Potters’ is their ability to cater to their audience and make everyone laugh and smile.  

To find Orion and Stacey Potter’s next event, go to https://www.orionandstaceypotter.com/events