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May 18,2007
Sisters Rodeo tickets still available
by Bend Weekly News Sources

Tickets are still available for all four performances of the 67th annual Sisters PRCA Rodeo scheduled for June 8, 9 and 10, according to Cathy Williams of the Sisters Rodeo Association. Performances will be held Friday night, Saturday afternoon and evening, and Sunday afternoon.

“The best seats available are the $15 reserved seats in the Gold 1 or the Blue 1 sections for the Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon performances,” Williams said. “However, we still have $12 and $10 reserved seats available for both Saturday performances and the Sunday performance.”

Friday night tickets are all unreserved general admission tickets and are still available at $10 each. Children 12 and under are admitted free for Friday night’s performance. In addition, children six and under are admitted free in some sections for Sunday’s performance. Special group rates are available on Sunday.

Order tickets at the rodeo office at 220 West Cascade St. 7 in Sisters or by phoning 541-549-0121 in Central Oregon or 800-827-7522 out of the area. The rodeo office is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday and limited hours on Sunday.

Each performance opens with the grand entry, followed by the team bronc riding where contestant teams attempt to saddle a wild horse and ride it to the end of the arena. All seven major rodeo events follow, including tie-down roping, bareback bronc riding, steer wrestling, saddle bronc riding, team roping, barrel racing, and two sessions of bull riding.
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