Mark your calendars: The Wyoming State Fair has announced its grandstand event lineup for 2023, and you won’t want to miss a single event. From heart-pounding rodeo action to exhilarating races and the beloved Demolition Derby, this year’s lineup promises unforgettable experiences for fairgoers of all ages.
“There’s truly something for everyone at the Wyoming State Fair. The fair is an incredible celebration of Wyoming’s agricultural heritage,” commented Courtny Conkle, State Fair general manager.
Tuesday, August 15, 5:30 p.m.
Kicking off the fair with a nod to tradition, spectators will witness the incredible skills of Wyoming’s ranch cowboys and cowgirls as they compete in the much-awaited return of the Ranch Rodeo. Prepare for an evening of adrenaline-fueled action!
PRCA Rodeo & Military Appreciation
Wednesday, August 16, 7:00 p.m.
A special evening of patriotism and rodeo excellence, paying tribute to the military. The Military Appreciation pre-show will kick off the evening prior to the PRCA Rodeo.
Tough Enough to Wear Pink Night and World Champion Mutton Bustin’
Thursday, August 17, 7:00 p.m.
Support a worthy cause by attending Tough Enough to Wear Pink Night. All funds raised from a chinks auction will benefit the Wyoming Breast Cancer Initiative. Experience the thrill of the World Champion Mutton Bustin’ pre-show, followed by the PRCA Rodeo. The next Miss Rodeo Wyoming will also be crowned during this event.
$10,000 Figure 8 Races
Friday, August 18, 6:00 p.m.
The newest addition to this year’s fair lineup is the $10,000 Figure 8 Races. Witness skilled drivers maneuvering at high speeds through the challenging course, showcasing their agility and determination to avoid collision.
Saturday, August 19, 6:00 p.m.
A crowd favorite for four decades, this year’s Demolition Derby will not disappoint. Presented by the Douglas Volunteer Fire Department, fairgoers can anticipate cars colliding in a thrilling display of automotive mayhem.
For more information about the Wyoming State Fair, including all grandstand events, visit the official Wyoming State Fair website.
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