If you’re a cowboy or cowgirl in Tucson, Arizona and are looking for some wild west excitement toward the end of April, you need look no further than the 2016 GCPRA Pima County Fair & Rodeo. Sponsored by the Grand Canyon Pro Rodeo Association, it’s scheduled to be held April 23-24 and promises to offer plenty of excitement for everyone in attendance. With the Cowboy Lifestyle Network, Ak-Chin Indian Community, and Earnhardt Auto Centers Road Team providing media coverage for the event, it’s sure to be a rodeo that will be talked about long after it’s over.
With many of the top cowboys and cowgirls set to compete in the GCPRA Pima County Fair & Rodeo, this rodeo in Tucson, Arizona promises to be one of the best yet. As usual, there will be plenty of exciting competitions being held. Some of the most popular events people can look forward to seeing include:
- Steer Wrestling
- Bareback Riding
- Barrel Racing
- Team Roping
- Bull Riding
With all this and more going on, it’s no wonder this is one of the most popular attractions in Tucson, Arizona year after year.
Along with the rodeo, the 2016 GCPRA Pima County Fair & Rodeo has plenty of other events that add to the excitement. For those who love classic cars in addition to the rodeo events, they can take a look at the Door Slammers Car Club Show and Shine on Saturday, April 23. And after spending the day looking at some great vehicles, they can settle down and listen to their choice of great music. Some of the concerts being held during the fair include:
- Clay Walker on the Budweiser Stage
- LOCASH on the Hensley Craft Beer Corner Stage
- Kalin and Myles
- Roberto Tapia
After attending the rodeo events and listening to great music, folks are bound to have worked up an appetite. But thankfully, the GCPRA Pima County Fair & Rodeo offers lots of great food to satisfy their appetites.
As one of the premier events of the Grand Canyon Pro Rodeo Association, this rodeo is guaranteed to offer non stop excitement each night. Whether it’s watching a cowboy riding a big, bad bull or a talented cowgirl participate in team roping, there’s no doubt this Grand Canyon Pro Rodeo Association sanctioned event will showcase some of the best rodeo talent available today. So for those Tucson, Arizona residents who are looking for fun and excitement at the end of April, attending the GCPRA Pima County Fair & Rodeo will provide that and much, much more.
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