- An early June event each year
- The old Spanish Trail Arena in Moab, Utah
- Ticket prices vary by event and age
Overview: Rodeos are synonymous with the heritage of the Southwest. The mission of the PRCA is to preserve the agrarian/livestock culture of the West for the 21st century. Developed as a showcase for the talents of cattle and horse ranchers, contemporary rodeos have become more theatrical than their agrarian predecessors. Traditional events, like barrel racing, steer roping, bronc riding, bull riding, and steer wrestling, are still at the show's adrenaline-pumped center stage, but additional entertainment has been added to appeal to folks of all ages.
When: An early June event each year
Where: The old Spanish Trail Arena
Fees: Ticket prices vary by event and age
Details: The Canyonlands PRCA Rodeo offers music, dancing, raffles, and events for kids. The most popular event that children can compete in is called mutton bustin'. Kids are placed on top of a sheep and prizes are awarded to the little one that can hold on for the longest.
The Canyonlands PRCA is held at the Old Spanish Trail Arena in Moab, Utah. Located on Highway 191, the arena is air-conditioned and has indoor seating for 1100. Outdoor seating is available for up to 3500. Please book hotel rooms well in advance as this is one of Moab's most popular yearly events.