Ute Stampede Rodeo Coming to Town

Published 07/09 2014 10:08AM

Updated 07/09 2014 11:20AM

80 years of family fun and tradition at the Ute Stampede Rodeo is continuing this summer in Nephi. The Rodeo starts off with Utah’s most patriotic opening: a flag brought in by parachute nightly. Bobby Kerr “The Mustang Man” Specialty Act showed off some of his exciting tricks to GTU. He has been with the rodeo for over 40 years, but his horse does not have as much experience. One of the horses Bobby uses in the show used to be a wild horse, and learned all of his tricks in 120 hours!

Want to visit the rodeo? Check online for special events and deals happening nightly. Thursday night is Family Night and kids get in for $4.00. Friday night is Military Night and veterans receive discounts on tickets. Friday night is also Tough Enough To Wear Pink Night, so show your support for TETWP and wear pink to the rodeo.

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