If you’re a cowboy or cowgirl in Kansas, there’s nothing better than attending a good old-fashioned rodeo at a county fair. And for those folks who will happen to be at the Linn County Fairgrounds on August 11th and 12th, they’re sure to see some of the best rodeo action in the Midwest, since that’s when the Linn County Stampede Linn County Fair rolls into town for its annual mix of fun and excitement. As the only Kansas fair that has a PRCA rodeo included as part of the festivities, fans of all ages can be sure to see lots of thrills and spills along the way. And in addition to seeing the action live, fans can also get plenty of highlights and behind-the-scenes interviews courtesy of the Cowboy Lifestyle Network, which will lead the media coverage of the event. Also covering the Linn County Stampede Linn County Fair will be the Ak-Chin Indian Community, Earnhardt Auto Centers, and the Papa John’s Road Team, all of which will offer interesting takes on the event.
So Much To See
As with any rodeo, there’s always plenty to do and see for those who attend, and this PRCA rodeo is no exception. Along with lots of exciting competitions including Barrel Racing, Bull Riding, Steer Wrestling, and much more, there will be a variety of other exciting acts to see. One of the most anticipated will be rodeo clown Matt Tarr, who will bring his own unique brand of fun and games to the rodeo. Along with him, fans can look forward to a performance by the Heartland Twisters, as well as having all the action called by rodeo announcer Troy Goodridge. Fans should also remember that a number of charities will also benefit from the rodeo, including Tough Enough to Wear Pink and its commitment to ending breast cancer.
For fans who can’t wait to attend the Linn County Stampede Linn County Fair 2017 and see all the great PRCA rodeo action, there are plenty of ways to purchase tickets. Advance tickets for adults can be purchased for only $12, while gate tickets will cost $15. For kids ages 6-12, tickets are only $5, while children under age five are admitted free. On both days, gates open at 6:30 p.m. and the action begins at 8 p.m., guaranteeing lots of fun for everyone. To purchase tickets, stop by the following outlets:
–Farmers State Bank, Blue Mound
–Linn County News, Pleasanton
–Prescott State Bank, Prescott
–Labette Bank, Pleasanton and La Cygne
–Linn County Extension Office, Mound City
–Family Center, Paola
–Peoples Telecom, La Cygne
–Headlines by Kyla, Mound City
And don’t forget, tell all your friends about the Linn County Stampede Linn County Fair on August 11th and 12th.
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