A Boot Kickin’ Good Time
The Tucson Rodeo is one of the city’s pride and joys. With most schools getting released for “rodeo break”, there’s no doubt this city loves its rodeo. Adding to the city’s pride of this annual event is the fact it’s one of the few rodeos in the country that survives without any additional attractions, such as fairs. This year was especially significant as it celebrated its 90th anniversary. People headed over to the Coor’s Barn Yard Dance to kick up their heels to live country music to not only celebrate a great day at the rodeo, but also almost 100 years of the event being in Tucson. People of all ages were welcome with a $5 admission fee to cut a rug all the way to the dance’s end.