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april

sat06apr7:30 pmsat10:30 pm4TH ANNUAL OSAGE BRONC DAYSPRCA XTREME BRONCS & RANCH BROND RIDING Pawhuska, OK. -- Rodeo fans won't want to miss the 4th annual Osage Bronc Days PRCA Xtreme Broncs and Ranch Bronc Riding, returning to the Osage County Fairgrounds in Pawhuska, OK Saturday, April 6, 2024. Paying tribute to rodeo's classic event, Osage Bronc Days features 30 of the Top PRCA bronc riders, as well as local ranch bronc riders, to compete on some of the toughest broncs in what is known as the toughest sport on dirt. Advanced tickets are now on-sale and can be purchased for $15 or $20.00 at the door. For the past three years, Osage Bronc Days has brought the best bronc riding action and live entertainment to The Osage that fans could ask for. Thanks to the support of many national and local partnerships, and contestants all over the United States and Canada, Osage Bronc Days has gained global and regional attention, establishing itself as the premiere punchy bronc match in Oklahoma. Who: 30 of the Top PRCA Saddle Bronc Riders & Ranch Bronc Riders What: Osage Bronc Days PRCA Xtreme Broncs & Ranch Bronc Riding When: Saturday, April 6, 2024 7:30pm Where: Osage County Fairgrounds Tickets: $15 in advance https://www.flatlandtickets.com/ or $20 at the gate

may

mon06may(may 6)1:00 pmsat11(may 11)10:00 pmTHE WESTERN CLASSICCONSIGNMENTS DUE BY MARCH 14, 2024

sat25mayAll Daymon27BIGHEART DAY 2024*BARNSDALL, OKDOWNTOWN MAIN STREET, BARNSDALL OK WWW.BARSNDALLCOC.COM * 918.847.2202

june

wed12jun(jun 12)9:00 amsun16(jun 16)9:00 pmBEN JOHNSON DAYS 2024JUNE 12-16 FATHER'S DAY WEEKEND

fri14jun(jun 14)1:00 pmsun16(jun 16)9:00 pmJOHN ISRAEL COWBOY TRADE SHOWJUNE 14-16, 2024 PAWHUSKA, OK. WRCA MEN'S RANCH RODEO X2 * YOUTH WRCA RANCH RODEO * WOMEN'S RANCH RODEO * MINI BRONCS * OSAGE COUNTY CATTLEMEN'S LUNCHEON AND TOUR * RODEO DANCE * BEN JOHNSON MEMORIAL STEER ROPING *

sat29jun7:00 pmsat9:00 pmBOB WILLS' TEXAS PLAYBOYS, Under the Direction of JASON*ROBERTSWhen Texas Playboys front man Jason Roberts steps onto a stage with his fiddle and utters his first “AH-ha” of the evening, western-swing fans know they're seeing and hearing nothing less than the living embodiment of a tradition that stretches all the way back to 1933.

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