Tickets are available at:
– Dokmo Ford & Chrysler 1201 Hwy 3
– Family Fare Supermarket (Formerly Econo Foods) 601 Division St S,
– Ziggy’s corner of Hwy 3 North and St. Olaf Ave.
– Same day tickets: available at Rodeo grounds 2 hours prior to the performance.
Ticket prices are $18 adult, $10 kids ages (3-10), Children 0-2 free. All seating are General admission.
PARKING CHANGE! General admission parking at the Ballroom, 1055 hwy 3.
Free shuttle service every 20 minutes from the Ballroom Lot to rodeo.
Limited ADA parking at rodeo site.
First 250 Adults with paid admission will receive a boot mug. Sponsored by Car time and Mary Jo winter Remax.
Friday 8:00 pm – “First Responder Night”. Jesse James Arena, Highway 3 South.
200 fireman hats given out to the first 200 kids paid admission. Sponsored by Frandsen Bank Dundas.
Saturday 2:00 pm – Free cowboy hat to first 400 paid kids admission, sponsored by Edina Realty (while supplies last).
Saturday 8:00 pm – “GIVE CANCER THE BOOT” NIGHT A fundraiser for Northfield Hospital’s Breast Care and Infusion Centers, donate and show your support.
Mutton Bustin: See rodeo’s future stars, kids ages 5-7, hanging on for all they are worth. Mutton Bustin Sign-up starts 2 hours prior to each rodeo, if too many sign-up, participants will be chosen by drawing. Note: This is the WAIVER form to print, fill out and bring along. This does NOT register the children (PRINT).
Specialty Act: Barrleman/Comedy Act, Allan Dessel and Trick Riding/Roman Riding, Cora Croteau.
A fundraiser for Northfield Hospital’s Breast Care and Infusion Centers, wear pink, donate and show your support. Give Cancer the Boot is a campaign started in 2014 in order to raise funds for local area cancer treatment centers. This year all proceeds will go directly to the Northfield Breast Care Center and the Northfield Hospital Infusion Center. Stop and visit their booth at all rodeo performances during the celebration! Saturday night of the rodeo with be ‘Give Cancer the Boot’ Night; attendees and participants will be encouraged to wear pink to show their support.
Sutton Rodeos: This PRCA sanctioned rodeo is comprised of five generations over 75 years. They are known around the country for providing rodeos with high-quality stock and great professionalism. Jim and wife Julie own and operate Sutton Rodeos Inc. with their son Steve and his wife Kim. Steve and Kim’s children Amy, Brent and Brice also participate in the Sutton Rodeo empire. Base in Oneida, South Dakota, Sutton’s supply stock for about 20 PRCA, college and high school rodeos a year. In 1995 and 1996, Sutton Rodeos were responsible for the openings at the National Finals Rodeo, held in Las Vegas. While the Dallas Cheerleaders were contracted one year, the event proving most popular was Sutton’s brainchild the “Ultimate Poker Game” where five of the nation’s top bullfighters sat at a poker table while a bull was released in the arena. The last man sitting won.
The sponsors include: CarTime Auto Center, Mainstream Boutique, Larson’s Printing, Taylor Truck Line, Professional Drive Dental, George’s Vineyard, Community Resource Bank, Waterford Warriors Snowmobile Club, Four Corners Construction, First National Bank of Northfield, Freeway Fabrication, Bridgette Hallcock Photography, Far-Gaze Farms, Wallstreet Pork, Kevin & Leanne Estrem, Chris & Marcia Peterson