It was held at the Antietam Recreation, which is privately owned by the Rotz family. The show promoted Judeo-Christian values and attendees say it includes the true meaning of Christmas.
"It's a lot of fun and I think it's a great family tradition. A lot of the people that have come kind of made it a family tradition," says Tim Rotz, director of Cowboy Christmas.
Rotz has an older brother named Andy Rotz, who has been in the Guinness World Records Book for his dangerous stunts and magic tricks.
Aside from the performances, the crowd also comes to see eight-year old Jassidi, a young girl with a remarkable singing voice.
"They say that I've done really good, you see ... we are out at the doors waiting to greet them whenever the people leave. I've heard that I've been the best part of the show," says Jassidi.
The show was hosted indoors, where crowds also had the opportunity to enjoy warm meals and a piece of Western culture.
If you missed the show, it will be held again this Thursday through Saturday. For more information, click here.