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National Jr. High Finals Rodeo 2024

Are you ready for the ultimate showdown of young rodeo talent? The National Jr. High Finals Rodeo 2024 is just around the corner, and it promises to be an exhilarating event that will showcase the incredible skills and grit of some of the countryโ€™s top young rodeo athletes. So, when exactly is the National Jr. High Finals Rodeo 2024? Mark your calendars for June 23rd to June 29th, 2024! Thatโ€™s right, itโ€™s a week-long event that will bring together some of the best young cowboys and cowgirls from across the country to compete in a variety of rodeo events.

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Location

Now, letโ€™s talk about where the National Jr. High Finals Rodeo will be held in 2024. The event will take place in Des Moines, Iowa at the Iowa State Fairgrounds. This is a great location for the event, as it offers plenty of space for the rodeo events, as well as for vendors and other activities. Des Moines is a great location for families who want to make a vacation out of the event. It is a vibrant city with plenty of things to see and do, so families can make the most of their time in the area. Learn more about what to do in Des Moines, Iowa atย catchdesmoines.com.

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What to Expect

So, what can riders and their families expect at the National Jr. High Finals Rodeo in 2024? Well, first and foremost, they can expect some of the best rodeo competitions in the country. The event will feature a variety of rodeo events, including barrel racing, bull riding, steer wrestling, plus the rest of the normal rodeo events in addition to pole bending, goat tying, and other fun events! There will also be plenty of opportunities for young riders to meet and interact with other riders from across the country.

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Plenty of Activities

In addition to the rodeo events, there will be plenty of other activities and events to enjoy at the National Jr. High Finals Rodeo. There will be vendors selling all kinds of rodeo gear and souvenirs, as well as food vendors offering a variety of delicious treats. There will also be a contestant dance, silent auctions, and a talent show. See the full schedule here.

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Ticket Information

*All tickets are general admission.

Season Pass Information:

Season passes include admission to all 13 rodeo performances.

  • Adult: $130.00
    • Sales tax: $9.00
    • Convenience fee: $4.00
    • Total: $143.00
  • Child: $65.00
    • Sales tax: $5.00
    • Convenience fee: $2.00
    • Total: $72.00

*Refunds will not be issued.

Individual Tickets:

Individual tickets are good for one single rodeo performance in either arena (not the entirety of the day). Hand stamps will be issued for re-entry during each individual performance. Individual tickets bought in advance will be redeemed at the door. Please come with printed tickets or barcodes on your phone.

  • Adult (13 & up): $15.00
    • Sales tax: $1.00
    • Convenience fee: $2.00
    • Total: $18.00
  • Child (5-12): $10.00
    • Sales tax: $0.70
    • Convenience fee: $1.30
    • Total: $12.00
  • Ages 4 & Under: FREE

*For further ticket information please visit here.

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Bringing Together Young Rodeo Athletes

In conclusion, the National Jr. High Finals Rodeo is an exciting event that brings together the best young rodeo riders from across the country. The event will take place in Des Moines, Iowa, from June 23-29. Riders and their families can expect a week of exciting rodeo competitions, as well as plenty of other activities and events to enjoy. Get ready for the National Jr. High Finals Rodeo 2024!

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