With Labor Day fast approaching, you may be looking for ways to celebrate. There are events being held throughout North Texas, to suit all tastes, but if you’re seeking a fun day out with something for the whole family, Lewisville’s Labor Day Rodeo is the perfect thing. Running through September 5th and 6th, this annual rodeo is now in its 51st year and is hosted by the Lewisville Saddle Club. Here are a few of the key details about the event!
The rodeo opens at 8 PM each evening and welcomes guests of all ages. Admission is $4 (in advance) for children and $10 for adults, with the exception of active members of the military, for whom entry is free.
It’s easy to get to!
Based at the Saddle Club Arena in Lewisville, the event is easy to find. Just head past Lewisville City Hall, towards Prairie Creek, and turn off just before you reach the river. The Arena is located at 101 Parkway Drive.
It’s full of things to see, hear, and do!
Whether you want to relax and listen to live music or marvel at stunning performances, such as trick roping and dancing horses, there are plenty of things to see throughout the evening. Clowns, professional cowboys, and a performance from Escaramuza Rosa de Oro are also among the entertainment on offer.
If you’re feeling adventurous, you can participate in a number of competitive events. Some of the activities, such as the junior barrel racing, are specifically geared towards children, so there is fun to be had for the whole family.
It’s a rodeo!
Of course, if you are going to a rodeo, the riding events are likely to be the part you are most interested in. You can expect to see bull riding, bareback bronc riding, team roping, and saddle bronc riding displays. Whether you are looking for an evening out with friends, a chance to meet some new people, or somewhere to take the whole family, the Lewisville Labor Day Rodeo is sure to cater to your needs. With entertainment for all ages and plenty of chances to get involved, it is hardly surprising that attending this event has become an annual tradition for many families in North Texas.
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