Kids Cowpoke Karaoke Contest at Chisholm Trail Festival - City of Yukon

Kids Cowpoke Karaoke Contest at Chisholm Trail Festival

Kids Cowpoke Karaoke Contest at Chisholm Trail Festival

Posted by City of Yukon on 09/28/2020

Kids Cowpoke Karaoke Contest at Chisholm Trail Festival

Yukon Friends of the Park invites all those 12 and under who like to sing, to enter the Kids Cowpoke Karaoke Contest at 5:30 pm on October 10. The contest is FREE to enter, and the top three winners will receive a cash award.

The contest is held to close out the Chisholm Trail Festival on its 30th anniversary. It is held right before the outdoor movie that begins at 7:30 on the Mollie Spencer Farm, 1001 Garth Brooks Blvd.  Parking is available next door at Yukon Middle School.

The cash prizes are:  First - $100; Second - $75 and Third - $50. Contestants sing from the 90’s County karaoke selection of songs. All contestants receive a 30th anniversary certificate of participation.  

If you have any questions, please call Jan at the Yukon Parks and Recreation Department, 350-8937.

The City of Yukon and the Chisholm Trail Historical Preservation Society are proud to partner together to host the Chisholm Trail Festival.  Sponsors are Kirkpatrick Family Fund; Maguire O'Hara Construction; Oklahoma Arts Council; National Endowment for the Arts; Yanda & Son Funeral Home and Cremation Services; Ingram, Smith and Turner Mortuary; Integris Canadian Valley Hospital; BancFirst; Spanish Cove Retirement Village; and YNB.

For more information, visit, or call 405-350-8937. 


The Chisholm Trail Festival is one of Yukon’s best events.  Optimism, energy and opportunity inspire the best in everything we do.  To learn more about Yukon’s best, visit or call 405-350-8937.

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