December 15, 2017

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Bring the Family to The Bill Pickett Rodeo
June 30, 2017

New Courtesy of Carolyn Gage from the Office of Toni Beckham

Box Seats SOLD OUT | Purchase Tickets NOW!
This year’s Rodeo will feature a "Tribute to Lu Vason," founder. We boast a colorful display of rodeo excellence, excitement and action that will get you off your seats!
Give your family friends an evening of rodeo excitement. Enjoy the excitement, food, fun and much more!
BPIR events are exciting, fast-paced, thrilling and feature non-stop action from our amazing Black cowboys and cowgirls!
Vendors welcome! Contact jeff.d@billpickettrodeo.com
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