75th Anniversary of Pioneertown’s Groundbreaking

UPDATE: DUE TO THE CURRENT COVID SURGE THIS EVENT IS BEING RESCHEDULE. MANE STREET WILL REMAIN OPEN TO VISITOR AND HAVE SOME 75th ELEMENTS, BUT THE INDOOR AND ORGANIZED CELEBRATION IS POSTPONED.

1st of September 1946: EXCLUSIVE The musical group Sons of the Pioneers (L-R): David Bruce, Sally Patten, Adele Mara, Dick Curtis, Roy Rogers, and George Tobias. Rogers is holding a shovel full of dirt and is wearing a cowboy hat, a button-down shirt, jeans and cowboy boots. (Photo by Gene Lester/Getty Images)

On September 1st, 1946, Roy Rogers, Dick Curtis, and the Sons of the Pioneers dug the first shovel full of dirt and created Pioneertown. The community of Pioneertown is celebrating its 75th anniversary! This occasion marks a unique opportunity to honor the past, celebrate the present, and look ahead to the future. The Friends of Pioneertown are proud to host this celebration of Pioneertown’s history, community, culture, and the founder’s exceptional vision.

Saturday, September 4st, 2021, is the 75th anniversary of the groundbreaking of Pioneertown. The Friends of Pioneertown are hosting a celebration at the Mane Street Soundstage.

You’re invited to take part in the celebration! Join your friends, neighbors, and the community to create an extraordinary Pioneertown 75th anniversary.

You will be able to take a visual tour through Pioneertown’s early history to see the evolution from a dude ranch resort idea and western movie set to the vibrant artist community we enjoy today.

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