The Badlands Amphitheater is just coming off of one of their best shows yet, the DrumBeats laser and water show, and executive director Vance Neudorf could not be more impressed.
"DrumBeats was quite an experience for sure. We hit our target, we had over four thousand people there over three nights. People really loved it and they want to see more of that, and us to do that kind of a big, large-scale show," enthused Neudorf.
The Badlands Amp also has hosted a plethora of events including a concert featuring Corb Lund and Tim Hus, as well as the Opera Carmen.
"It has been a really unique season for our twenty-fifth anniversary and we are looking forward to doing more of that kind of thing. And we want to invite the community to invite the community to be involved with that, if you have ideas, we want to bring people into the valley and we want to build tourism," continued Neudorf.
The events hosted caused tons of people to flood into the Amphitheater from all walks of life. Some who wanted to learn the story of Jesus Christ, to other who wanted a night of cowboy serenade.
"We hit a record this year. Twenty thousand four hundred and forty-two people came through our gates this year and we have never hit that number before. So fantastic season and hats off the Town of Drumheller for supporting us and being behind us," concluded Neudorf.
Neudorf also eluded to another event happening at the Badlands Amphitheater later this year in October or November.