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Adelanto Rodeo is Coming Soon Bringing Low-Cost Fun For the Whole Family

 

ADELANTO – Looking for family fun without breaking the bank?  The second annual Adelanto Rodeo is coming on Friday, October 21st and Saturday, October 22nd at the Adelanto Stadium (formerly  known as Heritage Field and Mavericks Stadium).

 This event is sure to provide fun for the entire family, including bull riding, bronc riding, breakaway roping, tie-down roping, barrel racing, chute doging and a whole lot more!  Special kids activities include Muttin’ Busting, Calf Scrambles and Boot Scrambles. “There are seven events over two days where riders will compete not just for buckles, but a yet-to-be-determined purse, and we’ll have vendors and a dance to keep folks entertained,” said Mayor Richard Kerr.

The first Adelanto National Police Rodeo Association (NRPA) rodeo, last year had over 3000 people attend and raised $3,500. The Adelanto Rodeo is sanctioned by the National Police Rodeo Association which brings together members to compete in various rodeos around California and Nevada, promoting wholesome values in the spirit of friendly competition.

This event is special in that an undisclosed portion of the proceeds will go to Blue Cut Fire victims.  “We will be taken donations through our city’s non-profit Adelanto Community Benefit Corporation and a portion of the profits will be set aside to assist in rebuilding the lives of our High Desert residents affected by the Fire,” said Kerr.

Kerr expressed his desire to bring continuous rodeo fun to the city.  “We would like to have two big rodeos a year and at least once per month have barrel races and roping,” said Kerr.

Tickets are only $15 per person for admission and children six-years-old and younger will be admitted free.  Friday gates open at 5:00 p.m. with the rodeo starting at 7:00. Camping is available at the stadium for $35 a space.

For more information or to obtain tickets visit AdelantoRodeo.com or contact Sergio Quesada at (760) 843-3300 or email Sergio@CallQMarketing.com.

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