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19th Annual Rancho Mission Viejo Rodeo 2019

Event Details

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Saturday

  • GATES OPEN AT 1:00 PM.
  • Entertainment & Vendor Area: 1:00 p.m.
  • Opening Ceremonies: 3:45 PM.
  • Rodeo Starts: 4:00 PM.
  • Concert/Dance: 6:00 p.m.
  • Band: Big City Hillbilly

Sunday

  • GATES OPEN AT 11:30 AM.
  • Entertainment & Vendor Area: 11:30 a.m.
  • Opening Ceremonies: 1:15 PM.
  • Rodeo Starts: 1:30 p.m.

It’s summer once again, and it’s time to go back in the saddle for the 19th RMV Rodeo in San Juan Capistrano. This annual event is one of the highlights of summer in southern Orange County. Unleash the cowboy in you and join the show!

Watch a full entertainment from the best rodeo participants on August 24-25, 2019 at the Rancho Mission Viejo Riding Park.

On the 24th (Saturday), the gates will open at 1 PM. Wait until 4 PM to watch the rodeo events. The Saturday event will end with a concert and dance care of the Big City Hillbilly.

The next day, Sunday, the gates will open at 11:30 AM and the Rodeo will start at 1:30 PM.

This 2019 is the 19th year the Rodeo celebrates this good old family entertainment in Southern California. It has a tradition of elevating the level of competition every year which the best contestants from different cities love the challenge. The yearly Rodeo is one of the richest two-day Rodeo in the state with a total prize of over $180,000.

All of the best Rodeo 30 contestants will be there in the hopes of proceeding to the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas. There will be six hair-raising events within the event that will be sure to make your heart go crazy with excitement.

  • Bull Riding
  • Bareback Riding
  • Saddle Bronc Riding
  • Team Roping
  • Steer Wrestling
  • Tie-Down Roping

Rancho Mission Viejo has been true to its commitment to preserving the cowboy life. This tradition is a part of the celebration of the golden age of early California history and the American West.

All of the proceeds of the rodeo event will benefit local charities, a great way of carrying the cowboy tradition of ‘passing the hat.’

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