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The Windshield Cowboys Come Back to The Castle!

January 26, 2019 all-day

The Windshield Cowboys are coming back to The Castle! They’ll be back on January 26th from 7 – 9 PM.

After selling out their first performance at The Castle, we expect another full house! With a different seating configuration for this show, we can fit in 60 people this time! But you’ll still want to come early to get a seat!

So, to make sure you’re “covered,” why not join us for dinner at either The Vegetable Bar or EAT, and get your entry beaded-necklace early to make sure you get a seat!

The Castle is located on the Tomebamba River, with two entrances on 3 de Noviembre (200 feet downriver from the Broken Bridge) and on Bajada de Todos los Santos, (500 feet downhill from Todos Santos Church). Parking is available on Calle Larga, just above The Castle. You can take the stairs down from Calle Larga right to our Todos Santos entrance!

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