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JULY 1 – JULY 7, 2024

Rodeo Fever Begins

Rodeo Fever Begins

Mark your calendars for Monday, March 4, 2024: tickets go on sale for the 137th World’s Oldest Rodeo! #WOR137 The highlight of the 2024 specialty acts includes the Broken Spoke Clydesdales, making their annual journey from Winfield, Kansas. These majestic Clydesdales travel nationwide, participating in rodeos, fairs, exhibitions, and various events throughout the year. Tomas Garcilazo, a third-generation Charro from Mexico City, showcases highly developed horsemanship and roping abilities. Barrelman Matt Tarr, immersed in rodeo and livestock from a young age, brings a natural fit to the arena with his lifelong passion for roping. ProRodeo Hall of Fame announcer Randy Corley, a legend in professional rodeo, is widely respected and trusted. Co-announcer James Horcasitas, hailing from New Mexico, provides critical knowledge and upbeat commentary essential to any rodeo performance, creating a high-voltage rodeo experience. Bullfighter Beau Schueth, a Nebraska native, has claimed his position as a national champion bullfighter. Quirt Hunt, one of ProRodeo’s top bullfighters, marks his 21st consecutive year with the Prescott rodeo. Kirsten Vold from Vold Rodeo Company, a premier stock contractor, joins for yet another year, accompanied by her reliable pick-up men, Ty Atchison and Dalton Ward, ensuring top-quality stock and confidence in the arena. Beware of ticket scammers, get tickets only at the only authorized website to sell PFD tickets. Prescott Frontier Days strives to keep ticket prices low so everyone can enjoy the show.

There’s Still Time to Apply for a PFD Jr. Ambassador Spot!

Prescott Frontier Days is looking for motivated high school juniors and seniors to be ambassadors for the rodeo. Essential skills for an ambassadorship are the willingness to be adaptable to various schedules, great communication abilities, self-motivation, and being ready to roll up their sleeves for physical and mental activities.

Available areas of interest include:
  • Rodeo production
  • Event planning/coordination
  • Animal health
  • Sports medicine
  • Contestant services
  • Rodeo administration
  • Sales
  • Marketing
  • Fashion/merchandise
  • Customer relations
  • Finance
  • Traffic control
  • Security
  • Hospitality/food services
  • Graphic design
  • Electrical
  • Website/social media management
  • Facility maintenance
  • Fleet maintenance
  • Audio/visual (i.e., sound system, video screen/camera operations, fiber optics, and radio).

To receive a Junior Ambassador Program package, please contact the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo office at (928) 445-3103. A completed application, cover letter and resume, and interview are requirements for the program.

Applications are due March 1, 2024.

Please submit your cover letter, resume, and application to
All applicants will be notified by April 1, 2024.