January 2019 Hours of Operation

Closed ALL DAY on January 1, 2019

  • Monday 4:30PM-10PM
  • Tuesday 4:30PM-10PM
  • Wednesday 4:30PM-10PM
  • Thursday 4:30PM-10PM
  • Friday 11AM-12AM
  • Saturday 11AM-12AM
  • Sunday 11AM-12AM

Entertainment Schedule

Line Dance Lesson Times Approximate


  • 4:30-5:00pm Line Dance Lesson
  • 5:00-5:25pm Band Sound Check
  • 5:25-5:30pm Intro Band
  • 5:30-6:30pm Acoustic Band Set
  • 6:30-7:00pm Line Dance Lesson
  • 7:00-8:00pm Full Band Set Electric
  • 8:00-8:30pm Line Dance Lesson
  • 8:30-9:30pm Full Band Set Electric
  • 9:30-10:00pm Line Dance Lesson
  • 10:00-11:00pm Full Band Set Electric


  • 11:45-12:00pm Line Dance Lesson
  • 12:00-1:00pm Acoustic Set
  • 1:00-1:30pm Line Dance Lesson
  • 1:30-2:30pm Acoustic Set
  • 4:00-4:30pm Welcome/DJ
  • 4:30-5:00pm Line Dance Lesson
  • 5:00-5:25pm Band Sound Check
  • 5:25-5:30pm Intro Band
  • 5:30-6:30pm Acoustic Band Set
  • 6:30-7:00pm Line Dance Lesson
  • 7:00-8:00pm Full Band Set Electric
  • 8:00-8:30pm Line Dance Lesson
  • 8:30-9:30pm Full Band Set Electric
  • 9:30-10:00pm Line Dance Lesson
  • 10:00-11:00pm Full Band Set Electric

Friday & Saturday

  • 11:45-12:00pm Line Dance Lesson
  • 12:00-1:00pm Acoustic Set
  • 1:00-1:30pm Line Dance Lesson
  • 1:30-2:30pm Acoustic Set
  • 5:45pm Line Dance Lesson
  • 6:00-6:45pm New Nashville Acoustic Band 1
  • 6:45-7:00pm Line Dance Lesson
  • 7:00-7:45pm New Nashville Full Band 2
  • 7:45-8:00pm Line Dance Lesson
  • 8:00-8:45pm New Nashville Full Band 3
  • 8:45-9:15pm Line Dance Lesson
  • 9:30-10:30pm House Band Full Band Set
  • 10:30-11:00pm Line Dance Lesson
  • 11:00-12:00am House Band Full Band Set


  • 12:00-1:00pm Afternoon Acoustic Set
  • 1:00-1:30pm Line Dance Lesson
  • 1:30-2:30pm Afternoon Acoustic Set
  • 3:30pm Line Dance Lesson
  • 4:00pm Line Dance Lesson
  • 4:30pm Line Dance Lesson
  • 5:15pm Line Dance Lesson
  • 5:30-6:30pm Acoustic Band Set
  • 6:30-7:00pm Line Dance Lesson/ Music
  • 7:00-8:00pm Full Band Set Acoustic
  • 8:00-8:30pm Line Dance Lesson/ Music
  • 8:30-9:30pm Full Band Set Electric
  • 9:30-10:00pm Line Dance Lesson
  • 10:00-11:00pm Full Band Set Electric



Artist Lineup

  • Whiskey, Cash and Roses is a band out of Nashville Tennessee. After Singer/songwriter Holland Marie and guitar slinger/Singer/songwriter Rob Muzick started playing together, they quickly realized they had something special.
  • Adair's Run
    Adairs Run is a country group with a fiery edge based in Nashville, TN. Their sound encompasses the roots from rock and roll all the way to melodies that tie into the heartfelt storytelling in today’s country music. The band is made up of four members; Todd Hanchock, Pat Pollifrone, Ian Daugherty, and Chad Yarger.
  • “I know people look at me, with my tattoos and appearance, and they don’t think I look like a country singer,” he says. “When I sing, I have gruffness to my voice that’s different than most country singers too.

  • BROSEPH = Brothers, Best Friends, Bros --- Friendship What started out as a group of determined friends who gave up careers in fields like teaching and engineering has turned into the Midwest’s most powerful up and coming band -- BROSEPH! With an electric live show, relentless touring schedule, and unwavering work ethic, they’ve built a hallmark brand.
  • David Oakleaf started singing and playing guitar at the age of 11 in the local Opry House of Howard, Kansas.   He’s been flat out layin’ it on the line ever since.  

  • Country music has always maintained an ebb and flow between pushing the genre forward with outside influences and returning back to the roots that keep the genre grounded in its history. It's rare for one artist to balance those two directions, but Doug McCormick pulls off that hat trick masterfully on his new EP, Sweet Dixie Memory.

  • Singer/songwriter Jami Grooms is one of those performers who just lays it all out on the stage every night and lets the audience share the moment with him.

  • Redneck Records recording artist Jessie G is a one of a kind singer/songwriter and performer with the kind of attitude that country music is missing!

  • Larry Frick is a country music entertainer from Louisburg, North Carolina who has a voice steeped in the rich traditions of country music.  The traditions that weave stories and emotions into the very fabric of the songs he writes and sings.

  • All the way from Nashville, The Matte Gray Band consistently bring the house down with unparalleled musicianship, killer three-part harmony vocals, and a crazy party-throwing setlist.

  • Nashville-based country duo McKenzies Mill (composed of brothers Justin and Ryan Harris), known for their “Southern fried rock ’n roll,” has signed a management deal with Nashville music company Rock Ridge Music. They join the existing management roster which includes Christian Lopez Band, Grace & Tony, JD Eicher, Moonsville Collective, Riley Etheridge Jr., and Ike Reilly.
  • Phil is known all over the country and abroad, playing over 200 shows a year at major venues here and overseas. Phil has played the stage here at the Wildhorse Saloon more than ANY other artist in the history of the venue. So check your calendar and make your plans to come on out and see Phil right here at the “World-Famous Wildhorse Saloon!”
  • For a normal 16 yr old, notable accomplishments might be good grades or getting a driver’s license. Preston James however, isn’t your normal 16 yr old. A wicked guitarist with a soulful voice and a million-dollar smile, Preston is truly something special
  • Savvy, fun, creative, adventurous, determined and delightfully unexpected are a good start, but adjectives begin to run out well before facets of SaraBeth’s artistrydo.

  • Arkansas native & former Rascal Flatts band member Tom Yankton is a musician, singer, songwriter, and entertainer who plays a variety of instruments including guitar, keyboards, harmonica, and pedal steel guitar.

Additional Optional Entertainment

  • Amber Leigh

    Singer / songwriter, Amber Leigh, has spent every chapter of her life on stage. The South-Florida native was found side stage in a play-pen while her father, a musician himself, performed.

  • Baylor Wilson was not just born to be in the spotlight, she was born with the spotlight in her.  With a demeanor as captivating as her music, it's no surprise that Wilson wins over audiences both on and off stage.

  • With Ben Gallaher what you see is what you get.

  • BRASSFIELD is a country vocal trio based in Nashville consisting of brothers Bradley and Chadley Brassfield, and Chadley's wife, Jessie Rose Brassfield.

  • Soul. Groove. Heritage.

  • Rolling Stone Magazine calls Candi Carpenter “a devastatingly direct singer with a gospel foundation, a Janis Joplin obsession and an axe to grind." The Boot says "If you'r

  • Brothers Christian and Brody Clementi grew up in Nashville surrounded by music from a young age. After playing a few shows around town they caught the attention of country superstar Luke Bryan who introduced them to various industry contacts. Their young, fresh sound is built on harmony-driven melodies with influences ranging from The Everly Brothers to Ed Sheeran.
  • With the fuel of both Southern rock and country music influences pumping through his veins, it

  • Cross Atlantic are country newcomer's whose music showcases their talent for storytelling as well as their musical chemistry.

  • Curt Chambers is a GRAMMY winning singer-songwriter and producer who has gained notoriety for his unique fusions of rock, soul, country, and hop hop.

  • Davey moved to Tempe, AZ where he attended Arizona State University in 2012. During his senior year, Davey started playing at house parties, sororities, or on a stool at any local club singing to anyone who wanted to listen.

  • In 2013, Dugger Band began their country music career when Bristol Motor Speedway asked them to perform at their annual night race.  Since that day, many doors have opened for brothers Jordan and Seth Dugger, who come from a long bloodline of East

  • Garnering 3 million streams independently, Rolling Stone named Emma White one of their “10 New Country Artists You Need to Know" and Buzzfeed called her a "C

  • Since their conception in 2005, The Hackens Boys have grown from a camp fire jam session to an award winning Virginia favorite and beyond. The band name from a place in Highland County, Virginia where their family roots and traditions run deep.

  • Country singer and songwriter Hannah Bethel grew up listening to country music in the backwoods of Northern Michigan. At eighteen Hannah moved to Nashville, TN to make her dreams a reality.

  • A Nashville transplant from Springfield, Georgia, Hannah recently signed her first record deal with Sony Music-Nashville.

  • Harmless Habit

    Harmless Habit is a Columbus, Ohio based rock band who carries a unique sense of groove and melody to create their progressive and energetic sound.

  • Jeb is a Georgia native who made the move to Nashville several years ago. The Sea Gayle Music artist just released his debut ep, you can find it anywhere you can stream music. 

  • Joe Lasher is a 21-year-old country phenom whose dynamic performances have been captivating his home state of North Carolina for years.

  • From the moment he learned his first two chords, Joey started writing song.

  • In 2014, Josh signed with ole Music Publishing and has been a part of their family ever since. In the last year, he has written music for various other artists while working on his upcoming EP, to be released later this year.

  • Nashville native, Josh Mirenda is a country music singer/songwriter with platinum selling status. A successful songwriter, Josh was the recipient of

  • There’s not a lot of room for pretentiousness in Lee County, North Carolina.

  • Kasey Tyndall

  • Florida native Kurt Stevens is a singer, songwriter, musician, and contemporary country artist with a future as bright as the South Florida sun. His songs spark spontaneously from everything he touches, feels, and experiences.

  • Matt Roy, 23, recently graduated from Belmont University, but not before scoring cuts on Kane Brown’s platinum debut album “Kane Brown” and Adam Doleac’s EP, among others.

  • Discovered by renowned producer, Buddy Cannon (Kenny Chesney/Willie Nelson) on a vacation to Nashville, Payton Smith became a Music Row mentee, ready to pursue his dream of performing.

  • Raven Cliff

    The authentic style of Raven Cliff, named after a campground and fishing hole in southern Virginia, has proven to be too unique to label, combining elements of southern rock, traditional country, bluegrass and pure love of all other genres.

  • Things that do not go together: An upright bass and a dance beat. Crafting parties and honky tonks. New York and hillbillies. Instagram and romance.

  • Born in Western Kentucky and raised in the river bottoms on the Southern Indiana line, Sean Stemaly was brought up on hard work and grit.

  • After two short years in Nashville, Spencer Crandall has released a #1 Country record on iTunes, opened for Chris Lane, Dustin Lynch, Big and Rich, and Scotty McCreery and

  • Born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida, Stephen Carey is a modern country performer.

  • Called out by The Huffington Post as one of the top new country acts to watch and named after the town they grew up in, Temecula Road (comprised of sisters Emma and Maddie Salute, and longtime friend Dawson Anderson) are known for their trademark harmon

  • As a singer/songwriter, Thomas Finchum does a little bit of everything.

  • Newcomer, Tyler

  • Zach is originally from Oklahoma, and is currently living in Nashville with his wife Brittney. Music had been apart of his life ever since he could remember.