Robinson: Rodeo All-Star April 15
March 31, 2016
Rodeo All-Star Weekend celebrates the sport and athletes of rodeo with an All-Star festival feel. The weekend offers three All-Star rodeo performances, All-Star concert, the popular Lunch with Champions, Murdoch's Mutton Bustin, After Parties, mechanical bull and the Murdoch's Fashion Showcase.
The stars of rodeo return to National Western Stock Show Complex in Denver for the ultimate pro rodeo competition, Rodeo All-Star Weekend, April 15 – 16. This year's Rodeo All-Star Concert features Grammy-nominated country duo, Brothers Osborne. Fans with a Friday night rodeo ticket will enjoy the concert and Murdoch's Fashion Showcase for FREE.
Rodeo All-Star is aligning with the National Sports Center for the Disabled (NSCD), Therapeutic Horse Riding program. "A percentage of event proceeds sold through NSCD channels will go back to this great organization to support their Therapeutic Horse Riding program which is based out of Winter Park, CO." said John Ellis, Vice President of Partnership and Business Development for the National Western Complex.
The National Sports Center for the Disabled (NSCD) is one of the largest outdoor therapeutic recreation and adaptive sports agencies in the world. Therapeutic Riding involves teaching horseback riding skills to individuals with physical, cognitive, emotional and behavioral disabilities, with adaptations as needed.
Tickets to the fourth annual Rodeo All-Star Weekend are on sale now. When you buy tickets online using the code NSCD, not only do you save up to $5/ticket + $4.50 in service charges; $3 from each ticket sold will go back to the NSCD for the therapeutic riding program!
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