The annual Bulls on the Lake Rodeo is back for 2019 on Saturday, July 20. The rodeo will have all of your favorite events, and it’s sponsored by McSweeney CDJR and Talladega Tractor. From bull riding to a concert to southern mini-buckers, there is something for everyone.
The event starts at 5 p.m. and should provide you with hours of fun. The Mutton Bustin’ starts at that time, with the main event following at 7 p.m. It will be at the Pell City Civic Center, Lakeside Park, and the Sports Complex.
Kids ages 5 and under get in for free. Tickets for those between ages 6 and 12 are $10, and adults get in for $15. You can get tickets at the event or buy them ahead of time. Starting two weeks before the rodeo, you can get your tickets at the Pell City Municipal Complex. The organizers are also giving away a limited number of tickets via their Facebook page, so pay attention for a chance to win free tickets.
What to Expect During the Rodeo
As mentioned, the Bulls on the Lake Rodeo will feature a lineup of your favorite rodeo events as always. Premier Bull Tours will sponsor the bull riding event that everyone looks forward to. There will also be ranch bronc riding for those who want to show off their skills on that particular event. Other favorite events will include Mutton Bustin’ and Mini-Buckers. There will also be clown acts to make everyone smile and laugh.
The rodeo even features live musical entertainment from Jonathan East, who will perform his original country music. Expect to hear your favorite songs, like “American Boy,” “A Little on the Redneck Side,” “Act Like a Man,” and “American Farmer.”
Benefiting a Good Cause
The proceeds from the 5th Annual Bulls on the Lake Rodeo will benefit the Pell City chapter of the FFA. This means that your attendance at the rodeo can help local kids and teens learn all about agriculture, farming, and more. Not only will you have an evening of fun with the whole family, but you will also ensure future generations get to do the same.
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Expect this year’s Bulls on the Lake Rodeo to be very similar to the previous years, filled with fun for everyone. Last year’s event started off with the national anthem and included some controlled fire and sparklers, spelling out the letters PBT. As this is the fifth annual event, everything should run smoothly, providing an exciting evening of rodeo entertainment.