Freedom Rodeo & Old Cowhand Reunion
Freedom, OK 73842
Experience pure Americana and true Western heritage at the annual Freedom Rodeo & Old Cowhand Reunion in northwest Oklahoma. Held since 1938, this has been continuously recognized as one of Oklahoma's most outstanding annual events. Make your way to the small town of Freedom, nestled on the banks of the Cimarron River, to enjoy a PRCA rodeo, a street dance Thursday night on Main Street, a 5K and fun runs, a parade, a free chuckwagon feed on Saturday and a re-enactment of a bank robbery and shootout.
Always held the third weekend in August, the Freedom Rodeo & Old Cowhand Reunion attracts visitors from all across the state and nation for weekend-long action and Western activities. Known as the "Biggest Open Rodeo in the West," the Freedom Rodeo features every traditional event rodeo fans have come to expect, from women's barrel racing to wild bull riding. Come and enjoy professional rodeo action combined with hometown color and style.
Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant
Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking
Projected Attendance: 2,500
Located approx. 3 miles south of the junction of SH-50 & SH-64.