Bull riding, calf-roping and other frontier fun are scheduled all weekend, starting Friday night, at the Ingalls outdoor arena in Norco, where the 34th annual Norco Mounted Posse-Professional Rodeo Cowboys’ Association rodeo will be held.
Festivities will get underway about 7 p.m. Friday with an introduction to this year’s rodeo queens, followed by drill team performances and several hours of ring competition, according to organizers.
The three-night event will boast a series of contests for both professionals and amateurs, including a bareback riding contest, steer-wrestling, barrel racing, mutton-busting and — the highlight — bull riding.
On Saturday, the rodeo will resume at 5 p.m., followed at 9 p.m. by a “Rodeo Dance Party” and barbecue, with musical entertainment provided by local country and western bands.
On Sunday, a free cowboy church service is scheduled at 10 a.m., and gates open for the final night of roping and wrestling at 3 p.m, beginning with a “Challenged Children’s Rodeo” for special needs kids.
Between 4 p.m. and 5 p.m., military recruiters will be on hand for a U.S. Armed Forces salute that includes administering enlistment oaths to incoming soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines, organizers said.
Tickets are $18 for admission Friday, though kids under 3 years old are admitted free, with additional discounts for seniors and active-duty military personnel. Saturday admission is $23, and Sunday admission is $12.
More information is available at www.norcomountedposseprcarodeo.com/ .
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