International Round-Up Club Cavalcade
The International Round-Up Club Cavalcade in Pawhuska is the world's largest amateur rodeo. Gather for rodeo competition, camping and dancing under the stars. This event keeps the spirit of the Old West alive by bringing together the best cowboys and cowgirls from nationwide amateur roping and riding clubs to compete for trophies and prize money.
Witness exciting rodeo action as contestants compete in a wide array of traditional rodeo events. The festivities kick off on Monday Night with the queen horsemanship. Tuesday morning will be filled with timed events, performances barbecue and a Pioneer Woman-sponsored street dance. Come back throughout the week for even more entertainment, competitions and fun.
Enjoy a downtown parade on Saturday morning, then cheer from the stands as cowboys and cowgirls compete in such events as bareback bronc riding, bull riding, wild horse racing, team roping, pony express racing, flag racing, chuckwagon races and much more.
The International Round-Up Club Cavalcade has plenty of food, drinks and novelty vendors, so come hungry and be prepared to browse through booths filled with a variety of Western items. Stay for the Dance Under the Stars on Wednesday through Saturday night and dance to the sounds of several local and national performers.
The Cavalcade also features a large pasture to accommodate a vast number of RVs, campers and trucks. This grand spectacle of Western culture and tradition features something for everyone.
From Bartlesville: Go west on US Hwy 60 for 23.5 miles. Continue on S Hwy 99 for 2.5 miles from Hwy 60/Hwy 99 junction. Fairgrounds on right.