Easter Egg Roundup
Rodeo of the Ozarks Queen Contest
July 2 – 5
July 2nd – 3:00pm
July 5th – 10:00am
2014 Schedule of Events
June 18 – 22 - Spring Carnival
Pride Amusement will bring the thrill for all ages! Wednesday and Thursday 5:00-10:00, Friday 5:00-11:00, Saturday 4:00-11:00, and Sunday 4:00-10:00 p.m. Arm bands will be available.
June 21 - Western Day’s
Finger-lickin’-good BBQ Contest & Western Trade Days. At 4pm the cook-off begins along with a ton of fun! There will be vendor booths and a BBQ contest, cowboy quick draw, pony rides and much more! The carnival will be taking place at the same time. To find more information please check out the Western Days page.
June 28 Street Dance
Grab the kids and kick up your heels for a boot scootin’ time in downtown Springdale on Emma Street. The good time begins at 6pm! There will be pony and stage coach rides for the kids. The Boston Mountain Playboys will be performing and the dance floor will be ready to go. Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy an evening of family fun. Concessions will be available. No admission charge.
July 1 Rodeo “Slack” Performance
5:00 pm Join us for a sneak peak for the next 4 nights of fun at Rodeo of the Ozarks! Slack is the performance of contestants that we will not have time for during the rodeo. With some 500 competitors, it is challenging to find a slot during the rodeo. No admission charge!
July 2 Rodeo Parade
What is red, white and blue and makes lots of noise? Our fourth of July weekend parade! Join is to observe a patriotic display of cowgirls, floats, bands, entertainment and candy for the kiddos at our Rodeo kick off parade. Begins 3:00 pm at the rodeo grounds and proceeding west through downtown Springdale. To win monetary prizes by participating in the float contest, find the rules and entry forms at rodeooftheozarks.org
July 2 – 5 70th Annual Rodeo of the Ozarks
- With 70 years of proud tradition, you won’t want to miss the opportunity to see some of the roughest and toughest cowboys and cowgirls from all around in one of the Top 5 Largest Outdoor Rodeos in the U.S! Gates open at 6:00 pm. Mutton Bustin’ begins at 6:30. Rodeo begins at 7:30 pm. Tickets and additional information are available at rodeooftheozarks.com.
July 2 - 5 – Miss Rodeo of the Ozarks queen pageant
A rodeo queen is more than just a smiling girl with curls, a cowgirl hat a blingy belt buckle; it is a young lady who is able to convey the true spirit of rodeo to everyone she is around! Competitors will participate in four days of interviews, speeches, modeling and much more to vy for the title of being your next Miss Rodeo of the Ozarks. Horsemanship and modeling are open to the public; times will be posted on the website. If you or someone you know would be the perfect fit for the job, entry forms and additional information is available at rodeooftheozarks.com or by calling Pat Hutter at 479-756-3107
July5 Rodeo Parade
What is red, white and blue and makes lots of noise? Our fourth of July weekend parade! Join is to observe a patriotic display of cowgirls, floats, bands, entertainment and candy for the kiddos at our Rodeo wrap up parade. Kicks off at 10:00 am beginning at the rodeo grounds and proceeds west through downtown Springdale. To win monetary prizes by participating in the float contest, find the rules and entry forms at rodeooftheozarks.org
August 9- Buckin’ In The Ozarks
PBR Bull Riding Begins at 7:30pm. Bulls vs. the Bull Riders! Who will win? Tickets will be on sale at rodeooftheozarks.com.
October 4th – Fall Ozark Demolition Derby
7:30 pm – SAMS Furniture brings us a heated competition as drivers will face off until the last vehicle is standing! Join us for fun family night where drivers will compete for cash prizes and bragging rights. Tickets are $7.00 for children ages 2-12 and $12.00 for adults. BUY EARLY AND SAVE! Purchase your tickets before the day of show and receive a $2.00 discount on each ticket. Visit rodeooftheozarks.com for additional information.
September 14 – Hispanic Heritage Event September 19 – 20
Foot Hills of the Ozarks Swap Meet Fri & Sat. Car Corral. For information contact Dave.Cowan@ACRpros.com October 1 – 5
Pride of Texas will once again bring Texas sized fun for all ages! Armbands will be available. Visit rodeooftheozarks.com for additional information. October 25 - 26 - Arkansas High School Rodeo – 11:00 a.m.
Christmas Parade of the Ozarks
Meet us on Emma Street to get in the Christmas spirit with music, lights, rodeo queens and “Merry Christmas” wishes. Begins at 6:00 p.m. at the rodeo grounds and continue through downtown Springdale. For float entry and contest information visit rodeooftheozarks.org