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Brighton Field Day Rodeo – Friday

Video coverage from Brighton, Florida; Friday, February 14th. The “Granddad” of the Seminole Tribe of Florida’s festivals, and one of the longest running Native festivals in the United States. Starting out as a one-day Track & Field-type event among the Seminole tribal members and evolving into the current three-day event sharing Florida Seminole Culture and authentic Seminole food with the public, while enjoying the excitement of the Rodeo, a Parade, various types of Entertainment, and Special Guests. The long-tenured event – continuously held at the Brighton Seminole Reservation for the last 82 years has attracted record-breaking crowd over the past few years. Brighton Field Day Rodeo is part of the Cavender’s Rodeo Series.

 

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