Brazos Valley Fair & Rodeo Kicks Off This Weekend
Information courtesy of Destination Bryan
The 10th annual Brazos Valley Fair & Rodeo kicks off this weekend, October 16 & 17, with welding, steak cook-off and agrobotics competition on Saturday followed by the tractor pull on Sunday the 17th. The main rodeo events, along with livestock competitions, entertainment and carnival will take place October 22 – 24.
The Brazos Valley Fair & Rodeo showcases agriculture, education, and youth to enhance our Texas culture and has become a staple event of the region. Spectators can expect two weekends of action packed events from the tractor pull to the rodeo events including, bull riding, team roping, barrel racing, and mutton bustin’. The fair will also include the carnival, animal exhibits, shopping and live music. This year’s entertainment line-up includes the following performers:
Mike Ryan on Friday, October 22
Shenandoah on Saturday, October 23
Los Tercos and Los Tigrillos on Sunday, October 24
All three concerts will take place in the evenings after the rodeo performances on the KORA Main Stage.
“We are excited to be back with the fair again in 2021 and have a great line-up of concerts, new attractions, and contests for everyone this year.” stated Fiona Meyer, Senior Manager of the Brazos Valley Fair & Rodeo.
Outside of the main rodeo events and live music, attendees can also go to the carnival, watch the pig races and Extreme Dogs, learn more about the agriculture industry, and enjoy delicious fair food.
Tickets can be purchased online or at the gate. General admission includes access to the fairgrounds, attendance to the rodeo performances and concerts. Carnival passes can also be purchased in advance or at the event.
First time attending the Fair & Rodeo? Visit the Destination Bryan Rodeo Guide to learn more about what to eat, see and do while at the rodeo.