NEBRASKAland Days Buffalo Bill Birthday Bash is this weekend

NORTH PLATTE, Neb. (Nebraska) – There are still 125 days left until the official start of the NEBRASKAland Days Festival. However, Dress Western Fridays will start in May. And the organizers will plunge into preparation for the festival in the near future. But first, the annual Buffalo Bill Birthday Bash is this Saturday in North Platte.

NEBRASKAland Day Executive Director David Fudge says the Buffalo Bill Birthday Bash is their out-of-the-festival fundraiser.

“Every year we bring a band and do a live, silent auction,” Fudge said. “It’s kind of like a mid-winter party. It really kicks off the festival season for us because we’re going to go straight from partying to some serious festival prep here pretty quickly.

Last year, for the first time in several years, the event was held in a new venue at the D&N Event Center. Fudge said the D&N allows for more space.

“We really liked the way it was organized last year,” Fudge said. “We’re going to tweak it a bit this year, but I think the venue worked really well.

Fudge says the funds raised by the Buffalo Bill Birthday Bash often go towards arena maintenance. Recently, they were able to improve NEBRASKAland Day’s drainage system at the Wild West Arena.

Mardi Gras is the theme of this year’s party which will feature 11 hospitality booths. The doors are set to open at 6 CT.

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