It‘s that time again for Southern Arizona longest running All-Indian Rodeo and Fair Celebration scheduled for January 27-29, 2017 at the Eugene P. Tashquinth Sr. Livestock Complex located three (3) miles west of Sells, Arizona along State Route 86.
Join us as we celebrate our biggest and most attractive event of the year. Bring the entire family and join us in sharing our culture by participating in our social round dancing, a variety of music entertainment will hit the main stage daily including the ever so popular Waila Bands, traditional food sampling along the food court vendors alley, arts & crafts, and exhibit booths for the leisure visitor.
Join us along Sells Main Street on January 28th to view more than one hundred parade entries themed “Music in the Desert”, with their colorful parade floats.
The active visitor can participate in the fun-run and walk or gather a team to participate in the “Open Men’s and Co-Ed Basketball Tournament” and “Co-Ed Fast Pitch Softball Tournament”.
Come out to support the women’s and young women’s “Toka Tournament”, a celebration over twenty-seven years as part of the Annual Rodeo and Fair Celebration.
The All Indian Pow-Wow contest is a crowd favorite, come watch as Pow-Wow contestants from all over the country compete for cash prizes in junior, adult and senior divisions.
And of course the All Indian Rodeo Competition is what began the Annual Rodeo and Fair Celebration in 1939, come and support your Indian Rodeo Contestant in the Masters Division, Jr. Rodeo Division, and All Indian Rodeo (Open Show) Division. There are sure to be top notch Indian National Rodeo Finalists and National Finals Rodeo Finalists stopping in to compete for the Coveted All-Around Champion Title.
The All Indian Wild Horse Race is as “Wild and Rough” as it gets, as three man teams attempt to saddle and ride a wild bronc just in from the range toward the finish line.