Cowboys Experience will hold a fan event the day before each Dallas Cowboys home game, throughout the regular season. The events will be held at the new premier entertainment center, Lava Cantina, in The Colony right down the road from the Cowboys practice facility, The Star.
The event will feature the “Drew Pearson Live” show hosted by The Original 88, Drew Pearson and co-host Matt Thornton!
Join Dallas Sports Fanatic at the first event September 9 and be a part of the “live” audience while Drew and Matt discuss all the up-to-date Cowboys talk. We invite and encourage your participation, as YOU are a huge part of this show’s success.
The event also includes:
- Meet and get autographs from at least three (3) current and/or former Cowboys players in attendance
- Emceed by former Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader, host of “Hot On! Homes“, and producer of CMT’s “Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making The Team,“ Natalie Woods Stanyer!
- Music by DJSC Brandon Williams!
- Meet celebrity cheerleaders.
- Complimentary food and beverages.
- Prize giveaways.
- Drew Pearson Cowboys Legends apparel available for purchase.
- And a few surprises!
Come celebrate this experience with us and as always Go Cowboys!
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