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Flint Hills Rodeo The Flint Hills Rodeo is the oldest consecutively run professional rodeo in the state of Kansas. The top cowboys and cowgirls from throughout the midwest compete each year for over $50,000 in six traditional rodeo contests. Plan a spring trip to the "heart of the Kansas Flint Hills" the first full weekend of June to experience the thrill of the Nations #1 sport of RODEO.

 

PRCA events include :

* Bareback Riding
* Steer Wrestling
* Saddle Bronc Riding
* Calf Roping
* Bull Riding
* WPRA Barrel Race

FLINT HILLS RODEO TICKET INFORMATION

PRCA..........................................$ 9.00 ADVANCED
Tickets Available in April
RESERVED SEATING.............$11.00 AT THE GATE

GENERAL ADMISSION.........$ 8.00
CHILDREN UNDER 12...........$ 6.00

For tickets or more information, call, email, or visit the Flinthills Rodeo website.


Hours: FIRST WEEKEND IN JUNE
Address: Located on Highway 50 at Strong City, Kansas
Phone: 620-273-6480
Our Email: tickets@flinthillsrodeo.com
Our Website:www.flinthillsrodeo.com

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