Pawnee Bill Memorial Rodeo

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Pawnee Bill Memorial Rodeo

Become a part of the cattle drive and wagon trains, judge the chili and barbecue cook-offs, buy some cowboy crafts, and enjoy rides and games...

AND the toughest sport in the country - Bulls, broncs and beauties; clowns, kids, and cowboys - Wild cow milkin', wild horse racin', wild? sheep ridin' ... It's fun, it's exciting, it's RODEO!

August each year, a weekend of family entertainment, 3 big nights; Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Cook-off and parade downtown, Saturday.

Pawnee Bill Memorial Rodeo

Address : Fairgrounds. Pawnee OK
Phone : 918-762-2108   (Always call and confirm events.)

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