Tickets on Sale for Annual Red Bluff Round-Up

Round-Up stampedes into town with 3 rodeo performances and plenty of ancillary activities

Saddle bronc rider Rusty Wright, Milford, Utah, rides a bronc at the 2016 Red Bluff Round-Up. This year’s Round-Up is April 21-23, with many community events taking place throughout the week of the Round-Up. Photo by Hubbell Photography.

Red Bluff, Calif. (March 1, 2017) – Tickets are on sale for the biggest event in the North State!

The 96th annual Red Bluff Round-Up stampedes into the Tehama District Fairgrounds on April 21-23, with plenty of activities surrounding the three rodeo performances.

The rodeo is the crown jewel of the Eleven Days of events, and takes place at 7 pm on April 21, at 2:30 pm on April 22, and at 1:30 pm on April 23. The week is jam-packed with other fun things to do, including a concert by Granger Smith on April 22, the annual parade at 10 am on April 22, a cowboy golf tournament, mixer at Reynolds Ranch and Farm Supply, the Bud Light 3000 Barrel Race, the Chamber of Commerce blood drive, and more!

Each rodeo performance is full of cowboy competition, plus lots of extras for the fans. There’s mutton bustin’ for the kids on the Friday and Sunday rodeo performances. Wild horse races, the cowgirls’ horse race and mule races will take place during each rodeo performance, and the world’s only Wild Ride is Sunday, April 23, where cowboys dress up in costume to ride bucking horses!

The rodeo is one of the top twenty largest rodeos in the nation, with $250,000 in payout for the winning cowboys and cowgirls.

Sunday, April 23 is the Tough Enough to Wear Pink performances. Fans are asked to wear pink to show their support for breast cancer research, and a VIP package with a rifle will be auctioned off to benefit the St. Elizabeth Hospital Imaging Center.

Tickets are available online at or at the Red Bluff Round-Up office (670 Antelope Blvd. Ste. 1, Red Bluff – phone 530.527.1000). They range in price from $14 to $30. For more information, visit the website or call the Round-Up office at 530.527.1000.