The Rodeo Returns to Denton




 

The  91st annual  North Texas Fair and Rodeo will take place from August 16 through 24 in Denton, with nine exciting nights of country music, first-class professional and youth rodeos, livestock shows, a kid fun zone and other fun attractions. This event showcases agricultural products, horticultural, craft, cattle, sheep, farm produce, vegetables, flowers, cookery, wine, arts and crafts. Gates open Monday through Friday at 6 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday at 1 p.m.  It is sponsored by the North Texas State Fair Association, a  volunteer supported nonprofit community organization that preserves and promotes Western heritage and values.

In addition to the other daily  events, it also features Jason D”Vaude , one man circus, juggling, a fire show, racing pigs, bull blowout, a beauty pageant and much, much more.
 

For more information and tickets, call 940-387-2632 or visit  NTFair.com.

 

 

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