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Denver, Colo. – The stars of rodeo return to Denver for the ultimate pro rodeo competition, Rodeo All-Star Weekend, April 17 – 18. Rodeo All-Star features three tournament style rodeo performances where all seven rodeo events will highlight the very best cowboys and cowgirls competing for prize money and bragging rights. New this year is a Rodeo All-Star Concert featuring top country, husband and wife duo, Thompson Square, presented by Pepsi. Thompson Square will light up the All-Star Concert stage Friday, April 17th following the first of three pro rodeo performances.
Rodeo All-Star Weekend celebrates the sport and the athletes of rodeo with an All-Star festival feel. The weekend offers three All-Star rodeo performances, the first-ever Rodeo All-Star Run, the popular Lunch with Champions, Murdoch’s Mutton Bustin, mechanical bull and the Murdoch’s Fashion Showcase.
Rodeo All-Star management proudly announces two returning presenting partners, Murdoch’s Ranch & Home Supply and Cinch Jeans & Shirts for this one of a kind event.
Rodeo All-Star representatives recently announced the Professional Bull Riders Association (PBR) has added Rodeo All-Star Weekend to the 2015 PBR Touring Pro Division schedule. Some of the top bull riders in the world will now compete at the 2015 Rodeo All-Star Weekend.
Rodeo and sports fans across the country are being asked to nominate their favorite rodeo contestant to get a spot on the Rodeo All-Star Fan Voting ballot presented by Cinch Jeans. The 2015 Nomination & Fan Voting rules are as follows:
BALLOT NOMINATIONS – Rodeo fans, friends and family can nominate their favorite rodeo contestant for a chance to be on the Fan Voting ballot. Nominations open March 11 and close March 20. This is the only chance to submit names for the Fan Voting ballot. During this week fans can nominate one contestant in each event, once per day through the Facebook contest. At the end of the week, the six contestants in each event with the most nominations will secure a spot on the Fan Voting ballot.
IMPORTANT DATES : Ballot Nominations run from March 11-20, 2015, Nominees will be announced Sunday, March 22, 2015. Official Fan Voting opens on Monday, March 23, 2015.
FAN VOTING: Fans will vote for their favorite rodeo contestant listed on the Fan Voting ballot. The Fan Voting ballot category for bull riding will feature PBR Touring Pro cowboys. The contestant with the most votes during Fan Voting will receive a check for $1000. In each event, the two contestants with the most votes during Fan Voting will be invited to compete at Rodeo All-Star. Voting is limited to 1 vote per day, per event, per Facebook user.
Fans that vote will automatically be entered to win a FREE pair of jeans from CINCH. Winners will be randomly selected via the voting app and there will be a total of six chances to win. Winners will be announced along with the Fan Voting updates, every two days.
IMPORTANT DATES: Official Fan Voting opens on Monday, March 23rd and runs through Friday, April 3rd at midnight. Winners will be announced on Saturday, April 4th, 2015.
Tickets to the 3rd annual Rodeo All-Star Weekend, April 17-18, 2015 are on sale now at rodeoallstar.com, the National Western Box Office, King Soopers locations, or by phone at 1-866-464-2626.
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