Celebrate with a Traditional Mexican Rodeo on Sunday September 17


New to the Four States Fair this year is the music, festivities, and pageantry of a traditional Mexican rodeo on Sunday, September 17 with the “Great Fair Jaripeo” inside the Entertainment Center at the 73rd Annual Four States Fair and Rodeo.

It’s Hispanic Day at the Rodeo, in celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, the Fairgrounds presents a Traditional Mexican Jaripeo with 10 bulls and cowboys from ranches in different regions of Mexico competing for bragging rights and cash money here in Texarkana U.S.A. Jaripeo traditionally, is where the cowboy rides the bull into submission.

10Torazos de Canaderias Rancho la Noria V Rancho Los Arenales V Jinetes De Lo Mejor.

Gates open at 4:00 pm and the show starts at 5:00 pm. Get tickets online or at the Fairgrounds Box Office.

This is not only a rodeo but a HUGE music event with top Tejano talent from all over Mexico performing.

Los Cuates De Sinaloa received a lot of attention with the use of their music in the critically acclaimed television series “Breaking Bad”. Here they tell the story of Heisenberg…

Also appearing on Sunday is Cadetes De Linares…

There will also be a performance from Banda Devastadora De Morelos, Provincia Musical De Tierra Caliente, and more. Gates open at 4:00 pm and the show starts at 5:00 pm. Tickets are $35 in advance and $45 the day of the show. Get your tickets online or at the Four States Fairgrounds Box Office.


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