July 3rd and 4th
Join us as we celebrate the heart of rural Montana - the Rodeo. Roundup's annual PRCA professional rodeo brings together cowboys and cowgirls from across the country to compete and earn their way through the national professional rodeo circuit. With two full days of events and two separate beer gardens at Roundup's beautiful rodeo grounds, there is something for everyone at our beautiful fairgrounds in the base of the Bull Hills.
July 3rd, 8:00am - Slack Events
July 3rd, 8:00pm - Main Events
July 4th, 1:00pm - Main Events (cont.)
General Admission - $20/day
Kids & Seniors - $10/day
Family of Four - $45/day
Veterans and Military Members - Always Free
Rodeo Announcer | Jeff Marn
After retiring from bull riding, Jeff picked up the microphone, and has been active on the production side of western sports events ever since. He has announced the Professional Badlands Finals, Northern Rodeo Association Finals, and Elite Professional Bull Riders Finals many times. He has been named the Elite Professional Bull Riders Announcer of the Year many times. He has announced throughout the Pacific Northwest and Canada, including ranch rodeos, Tough Enough to Wear Pink events, Professional Bull Riders Touring Pro Division, and PRCA rodeos.
Rodeo Clown | Scott Allerdings
Scot Allerdings grew up around the rodeo world. His father competed as a bareback rider and team roper during his rodeo days, and his grandfather competed as a rough stock rider and roper as well. Going along to several rodeos as a youngster, he too got the rodeo bug. At the rodeos, Scot was attracted to the bullriding event. Not only watching the riders, but also by paying close attention to the rodeo clown/bullfighters.
During the summer of 2011 he received his PRCA clown/barrelman card and in 2012 was able to take his act to several PRCA rodeos around the country. During his performances, Scot provides several means of high-quality family entertainment. From his family friendly comedy to high-energy entertainment to new exciting acts, Scot will keep the crowd entertained throughout the event.