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Save the Date for the Navajo County Fair & Rodeo 2022!

It is once again time for the Navajo County Fair and Rodeo in Holbrook, Arizona, taking place September 14-17, 2022! 91 years in the making, the Navajo County Fair & Rodeo is back with more rodeo action than ever. Saddle up with Cowboy Lifestyle Network as we head to the 2022 Navajo County Fair & Rodeo, “It’s an American Tradition!”. September 14th marks the beginning of festivities and rodeo isn’t the only excitement to be found during the four-day extravaganza. From Carnival rides to musical entertainment and the Little Buckaroo Rodeo, the 2022 Navajo County Fair & Rodeo has something for the entire family to enjoy. All activities will take place from September 14th to September 17th at the Navajo County Fairgrounds, located in Holbrook, Arizona. For a full list of events, click here!

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The Rodeo

Hang on your cowboy hats because it’s about to get wild in Holbrook, Arizona. Rodeo action will hit the arena Friday, September 16th at 7:00 pm and Saturday, September 17th at 6:30 pm. Gates will open at 4:30 pm prior to each performance. Showcasing your favorite rodeo athletes, this event is one you won’t want to miss!

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The Demolition Derby

Always a fan favorite, make sure to check in to the Navajo County Fair and Rodeo to catch the Demolition Derby, taking place Thursday, September 15th, 2022 at 7pm at the fairgrounds. You can check the Navajo County Fair and Rodeo’s Facebook page for updates.

Little Buckaroo Rodeo

One thing we love about the Navajo County Fair and Rodeo is the Little Buckaroo Rodeo they host on Saturday, September 17, 2022. The rodeo starts at 12 pm and they offer dummy roping, mutton busting, barrel racing, calf and steer riding for the littles. Entries are call-ins only so make sure to get your kiddo signed up! For more information, check out the flyer on Facebook.

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Ticket Information

  • Fair Admission: $5.00 | Children 5 & under FREE
  • Thursday Senior & School Day | $3.00 Seniors – School Day kids are FREE (Field Trips)

Rodeo Admission

  • Rodeo Presale: $12.00 | Children 5 & under FREE (Includes Fair Admission)
  • Rodeo at the Gate: $15.00 (gate and fair admission) | Children 5 & under FREE
  • Little Buckaroo Rodeo | $10.00 | Children under 5 FREE

Since 1931, the fair has been providing community members and visitors alike with a jam-packed weekend, full of family fun. Since its inception, the Navajo County Fair, Inc. has dedicated itself to bringing the best-of-the-best rodeo action to the community. This year, they proudly invite you to another weekend of rodeo fun. We hope you will join Cowboy Lifestyle Network as we help celebrate the 90th Annual Navajo County Fair & 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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