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Professional Bull Riders Competition
Professional Bull Riders Competition
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Date/Time
Friday, April 4th 2014
7:30 pm - 11:30 pm

Location
Northwest Washington Fair And Events Center

More than 70 bull riders–including some of the top riders in the country–are coming to Lynden for this year’s Professional Bull Riders Touring Pro Division event. The competition (in Washington Tractor Arena) will be followed by Music and Dancing with DJ Glenn.

Tickets are $33 to $48

(In conjunction with the Professional Bull Riders competition, Rascal Rodeo presents an Exceptional Rodeo–for adults and children with mental and/or physical disabilities (April 5th, 10am). Attendance is free. Call (509) 528-5947 or visit www.rascalrodeo.org for more information)

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