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Let’s Head to Northern Arizona for the Flagstaff Pro Rodeo 2023

The Flagstaff Pro Rodeo is one of the most exciting events in the state of Arizona. This annual event takes place June 8-10, 2023, and brings together cowboys and cowgirls from around the country to compete in a variety of events. If you’re a rodeo fan, or just looking for a fun and unique experience, the Flagstaff Pro Rodeo is not to be missed. Each day features a variety of events and activities, from the fan favorite, bull riding to mutton busting for the kids. Check out the full schedule below!

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But what can you expect to do at the Flagstaff Pro Rodeo? For starters, you’ll have the opportunity to watch some of the top rodeo athletes in the southwest compete in a variety of events. Whether you’re a fan of bull riding, steer wrestling, or barrel racing, there’s something for everyone at the Flagstaff Pro Rodeo.

In addition to the rodeo events themselves, there are a variety of other activities to enjoy. One of the highlights of the rodeo is the parade, which takes place on the first day of the event. This is a great chance to see the cowboys and cowgirls up close and get a sense of the rodeo’s festive atmosphere.

Full Schedule for the Flagstaff Pro Rodeo

Wednesday, June 7th

  • Jackpot Barrel Race | 6pm

Thursday, June 7th | Suicide Prevention Night

  • Gates Open at 5pm
  • Performance #1 | 7pm
  • Slack | 9pm

Friday, June 8th | First Responders Night

  • Gates Open at 5pm
  • Performance #2 | 7pm

Saturday, June 9th | Patriotic Night

  • Mounted Shooting | 9am
  • Gates Open at 5pm
  • Final Performance | 7pm
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Throughout the event, there are also a variety of vendors selling food, drinks, and souvenirs. You can grab a bite to eat, cool off with a cold drink, and pick up some rodeo-themed merchandise to take home as a memento of your experience. And of course, no rodeo would be complete without some live music. The Flagstaff Pro Rodeo features live performances from a variety of artists each day, ranging from country and western to rock and roll.

If you’re planning to attend the Flagstaff Pro Rodeo, there are a few things to keep in mind. First and foremost, be sure to dress appropriately for the weather and wear comfortable shoes. The rodeo takes place outdoors, so you’ll want to be prepared for sun, rain, or whatever else Mother Nature might throw your way.

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You should also plan to arrive early, especially if you want to get a good seat. The rodeo grounds can get crowded, and you don’t want to miss any of the action because you’re stuck in line to get in. You can also purchase tickets online ahead of time to help cut down on time getting into the grandstands. Don’t forget about catching the Mounted Shooting on Saturday at 9am, it is an event you don’t want to miss!

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Overall, the Flagstaff Pro Rodeo 2023 is a must-see event for anyone who loves rodeo or just wants to experience something unique and exciting. With a variety of events, activities, and entertainment, there’s something for everyone at this annual event. So mark your calendar for June 8 – 10, grab your cowboy hat, and get ready for a wild ride at the Flagstaff Pro Rodeo!

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Hi everyone! I'm Krysta Paffrath, I am a proud Arizona native who has a passion for everything business and rodeo. I am beyond thrilled to be the Editor in Chief for Cowboy Lifestyle Network. With my background in digital marketing and rodeo, this was a natural fit for me to join the team. My adventurous and entrepreneurial spirit has guided me to work in many places like the WYO Quarter Horse Ranch in Thermopolis, Wyoming, a working cattle ranch in Seligman, Arizona, and many places in between. I am passionate about preserving the western way of life and working with different brands and rodeos to make that happen. If you're looking for a write-up, please shoot me an email at Learn more about me at Looking forward to hearing from you!

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