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Sisters Rodeo

Updated: Jun 4

Rodeo is a treasured American tradition — and Sisters keeps that tradition alive and vibrant in the 21st Century like few others. Not for nothing do they call this “The Biggest Little Show in the World.” Staged completely by community volunteers for more than 80 years, the Sisters Rodeo traditionally offers the biggest purse available on the second weekend in June. That means the rodeo draws the best cowboys and cowgirls — and the finest rodeo stock — the country has to offer.

The action at the rodeo grounds east of town kicks off on Wednesday, June 5, with Xtreme Bulls, and continues through Sunday, June 9, with all the pageantry and rousing action the sport of rodeo has to offer. Get tickets now — all shows are expected to sell out — and book early for next year.

Not all the action is in the arena. Enjoy the Sisters Kiwanis Buckaroo Breakfast on Sunday, June 9 starting at 7 a.m., with proceeds supporting local programs. A cowboy church service is held on Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m. Throughout rodeo weekend, folks kick up their heels at local watering holes, which feature live country music.

The 2024 Sisters Rodeo is represented by Queen Destiny Wecks. She was born and raised in the Western way of life on a horse ranch. She is a graduate from Enterprise High School and is currently furthering her education, pursuing an Associate Degree in Agriculture Business, at Treasure Valley Community College.

Ernest and Alinda Dunn are this year’s Grand Marshals, who have volunteered with the Sisters Rodeo Association for 30 years and represent the grassroots community values that make the Sisters Rodeo something special.

Tomas Garcilazo Charro lasso from horse during parade
Photo: Tomas Garcilazo Charro by Jerry Baldock


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