If you are making a summer bucket list of rodeos that you want to attend, make sure that the Flagstaff Pro Rodeo 2021 is at the top of your list! This year you can expect rodeo action to take place September 16th-18th, 2021, at the Fort Tuthill County Park in Flagstaff, Arizona. Continue reading to learn more about this PRCA sanctioned rodeo!
About Flagstaff Pro Rodeo
The Flagstaff Pro Rodeo will feature some very talented rodeo athletes who will go head to head for the top prizes in bareback riding, saddle bronc riding, bull riding, steer wrestling, team roping, tie-down roping, and barrel racing. Performances will start at 7 pm September 16th-18th, and gates will open to the public at 5 pm.
Performances @ 7 pm Each Evening
Gates open @ 5 pm
Thursday – Saturday
Thursday – Friday Rodeo
Grandstand Adults (18 & older) $20
Grandstand Kids (6-17) $10
Premier (Reserved Bleacher Seating) $25
VIP $60 (Includes dinner and two free drink tickets)
Mounted Shooting is one of the most exhilarating equestrian sports to watch, and the Flagstaff Pro Rodeo will feature an entire action-packed weekend of it! There will be a shootout on September 16th-18th, and there will also be a half-time show performance during the rodeo on the 26th.
For those who are new to the sport of Mounted Shooting, the rules are simple! Contestants are required to ride a pattern where they attempt to shoot 10 balloons as quickly as possible. The cowboys and cowgirls competing in the timed event use two .45 caliber single-action revolvers each loaded with five rounds of specially prepared blank ammunition. It’s no wonder why this sport is a crowd favorite! Visit cmsaevents.com to learn more about Mounted Shooting.
Flagstaff Pro Rodeo Royalty
The role of a rodeo queen is a female representative that serves as the “face” of the sport of rodeo and an advocate for the western lifestyle. The Flagstaff Pro Rodeo Queen and Teen Queen travel to PRCA rodeos around the state of Arizona and within the Turquoise Circuit. She is a representative, spokeswoman, and ambassador for western heritage and good values while educating the public about the rodeo world, particularly that of the PRCA. She is a role model for young children, demonstrating good character and integrity.
Make sure to catch all the contestants compete for the 2021/2022 year during rodeo weekend. Who will be the next Queen and Teen Queen? We can’t wait to find out! A huge thanks to the 2019-2021 girls that represented Flagstaff Pro Rodeo through unprecedented times, Queen – Ashlee McCarron and Teen Queen – Kadence Slade.
Things To Do in Flagstaff
Flagstaff is widely considered to be one of the most gorgeous places to visit in the state of Arizona! Here’s a list of attractions that shouldn’t be missed in Flagstaff.
- Walnut Canyon National Monument
- Lowell Observatory
- Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument
- Lava River Cave
- Flagstaff Extreme
- Museum of Northern Arizona
- Historic Downtown and Railroad District
Where to Stay in Flagstaff
Twin Arrows Casino
Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort is Northern Arizona’s premier casino resort destination, having been named “Best Casino Resort Destination of 2013” by the readers of Experience Arizona Magazine. Twin Arrows is tucked away under the majestic San Francisco Peaks located just east of Flagstaff.
Twin Arrows provides the very latest in gaming, often debuting new slot machines before they hit other casinos. Along with excellent gaming, Twin Arrows is also known for the lavish resort amenities, including luxury guest rooms (available in three configurations), gourmet dining, culturally infused casual dining, a fitness center, heated indoor pool, and more than 11,000 square feet of state-of-the-art meeting space.
CLN Community & Event Sponsor