Tohono O’Odham Nation Rodeo & Fair 2019
Don’t miss the Tohono O’odham Nation Rodeo’s 81st year in Sells, AZ. Taking place from February 1st to the 3rd, this long-running rodeo will be featuring traditional rodeo events such as barrel racing, calf roping and bull riding. You can also enjoy local food and traditional dances! Mark your calendars to so you don’t miss out on the 81st year of celebrating the Tohono O’odham Nation Rodeo & Fair.
It’s got it all: rodeo competitions, traditional games, great food, crafts and performances, Pow Wow, carnival rides, a parade, and so much more! They have great entertainment lined up coming from Frank Ray Music and STATELINE on Friday, Feb. 1. The headliners for Saturday, Feb. 2 include Michael Salgado, TEJANO HIGHWAY 281 and Dezigual. On Sunday, Feb. 3 they will feature the winners of the Waila Championship Battle of the Bands.
The event takes place at the Eugene P. Tashquinth Sr. Livestock Complex located three miles west of Sells, Arizona along State Route 86. As Arizona’s longest-running American Indian rodeo, Tohono O’odham Nation Rodeo offers you the chance to celebrate the culture of the Tohono O’odham Nation. Bring the whole family and enjoy the round dancing, as well as a variety of musical entertainment on the main stage every day – this includes popular Waila bands.
You’ll also get to sample traditional food along the food court vendors’ alley, and view exhibit booths presented at Eugene P. Tashquinth Sr. Livestock Complex in Sells, AZ. For more information visit www.tonation-nsn.gov or call the Tohono O’odham Nation Rodeo and Fair office at 520-383-2588.