There are a few pre-events including mutton bustin’ for little kids, a queen coordination and flag presentation. The first horse bucks around 7:30 p.m., but vendors open at 5 p.m.
Come hungry, because there will be several food vendors selling things like rodeo burgers, barbeque, fries, lemonade and more! Chris Johnson, a member of the Madison County Fair Board said the event will be a good time.
“I tell people bring a jacket and a couple bucks to support the vendors that are there and get yourself a rodeo burger,” said Johnson.
Adults 14 and over can buy a ticket for $10, children 7-13 cost $6, and children 6 and under are free. A family pass, which includes two adults, and four kids can be purchased for $40. For more information visit the Whoopee Days Rodeo website.