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Round Up Rodeo

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Held during the Keith County Fair. Rodeo, horse show and exhibits. The week-long Fair has something for every member of your family including a parade, rodeo, antique tractor pull and stock pickup pull, barbecue, nationally known entertainers, sand volleyball tournament, demolition derby, chuckwagon breakfast, horseshoe pitching, and carnival.

Round Up Rodeo

Address : Fairgrounds Ogallala NE
Phone : 308-284-4025   (Always call and confirm events.)

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