Rodeo Days in Payson!

2012-08-18_13-54-16_179(1)MY BUCKET LIST

1) Go to a rodeo

1) Go to the best small town rodeo in the country

1) Go to the best small town rodeo in the country that was founded by a real cowboy in the 1800′s

1) Go to the best small town rodeo in the country,  that also happens to be the oldest continuous rodeo in the whole world, and make sure that  it was founded by a real, bona fide cowboy from the 1800′s.

 

   That’s it!!

Payson here we come!!!

 

THIS WEEKEND!!!

August 15th — 18th, 2013

Payson will celebrate it’s 129th year of the August Doins Rodeo, the oldest continuous rodeo in the world!

Tickets are $18 for adults, $16 for seniors, $10 for children 8-10 and free for children 7 and under.  If you show an active military card, you will also not be charged for admission.

Performances will be held at the Payson Events Center — just across the street from the Mazatzal Casino  on the west side of the road at the light.  Performance times are Saturday at 1 and 7 pm (gates open at 11 am and 5 pm), and Sunday at 1 pm (gates open at 11 am). On Friday night, the “Tough Enough to Wear Pink” performance will be at 7 pm (gates open at 5 pm).

Be prepared for a weekend of fun, beginning with Cactus WPN Barrel Racing on Thursday night at 7 (gates open at 5). Admission is 1 can of food.  On Saturday morning at 9 am is the 129th August Doins Rodeo Parade down Payson’s Historic Main Street.

For more information about this historic rodeo, go to http://www.paysonrimcountry.com/Activities/Rodeos/AugustDoinsRodeo.aspx

See you there!!!

Cowboy Arizona Charlie

Cowboy Arizona Charlie

 

 

 

 

 

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