Country Fans - Famous Cheyenne Saloon (Church St Station) Reopening Tomorrow

Discussion in 'Orlando Hotels and Attractions' started by Seahunt, Feb 14, 2008.

  1. Seahunt

    Seahunt DIS Veteran

    Jan 19, 2002
    From local news :goodvibes :

    The Cheyenne Saloon reopens Thursday at Church Street Station in downtown Orlando.

    Entrepreneur Bob Snow has re-created his original masterpiece that first opened in 1982.

    Snow's Church Street Station complex started in the 1970s and was a huge success for downtown Orlando at the time. But he said it took some work to bring bankers and city leaders around to his ideas.

    "And Mayor Langford and fire chiefs and police chiefs and all, I brought them to Pensacola, and they met with all the city fathers of Pensacola, and they told them what good things Seville Quarter, my place in Pensacola, did for downtown Pensacola, and all of a sudden you got credibility. And that's how it happened,” said Snow.

    Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and other local officials will help cut the ribbon for the re-opening after a parade at around 5 p.m.

    Lonestar will perform during opening night on Valentine's Day. On Friday, Feb. 15, Collin Raye will take the stage, and on Saturday, Feb. 16, Lee Greenwood will perform.

    The Cheyenne Saloon is open daily at 4 p.m. and the admission price of $10 gets you in to enjoy the saloon and regular entertainment. Concerts and events are priced separately. And annual pass is $49.95 for a single ticket and $74.95 for free admission to the member and a guest.

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