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Dodge City Roundup PRCA Rodeo

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Dodge City Roundup PRCA Rodeo

First Week of August - The name conjures up images of the old west. From saloons and lawlessness to cattle drives and cowboys, Dodge City is rich with western heritage. It is from the same heritage the sport of rodeo has evolved in this southwest Kansas town. Rodeo, in various forms, has been a Dodge City tradition for more than 40 years.

Dodge City Roundup PRCA Rodeo

Address : Roundup Arena Dodge City KS
Phone : 866-327-6336   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Range from $10 - $20

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