Buckin' Broncos, Cattlemen's Days Comes Buckin' Back for 2021!

Dated: July 12 2021

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This year’s Cattlemen’s Days celebration and events are back to a normal schedule now that COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted throughout the valley. Events began on Thursday, July 1 with the 2nd Annual Tough Enough To Wear Pink (TETWP) Songwriter Shuffle Concert and Auction, and will continue through this Saturday, July 17. The rodeo itself will open Thursday, July 15, with the #1 Tough Enough to Wear Pink PRCA Rodeo in America, beginning at 7:00 PM. Don’t forget to wear the color pink to show your support for breast cancer awareness!

Also back in town is the annual Carnival, which will be open during the evenings of Wednesday, July 14 - Saturday, July 17. Don’t miss out on your chance to ride the rides, play some games, and stuff your kiddos full of cotton candy and funnel cake!

Be sure not to miss the parade on Saturday morning, starting at 10AM (not 10 PM as the brochure indicates), and end your night by attending the Cattlemen’s Days Dance at the Elks lodge as the final event after Saturday’s Rodeo. A night full of dancing and fun for all, locals and visitors alike!

Checkout the 2021 Cattlemen’s Days Schedule to see about the other rodeos and events coming up, or use the following link to find out about purchasing tickets. You can also visit https://cattlemensdays.com/ to learn more about the 121st Cattlemen’s Day celebration!

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