Time to dust off those nice boots and polish those buckles! The 75th Annual Rodeo Killeen is set for May 19-21 at the Killeen, Texas Rodeo Grounds, 3601 S. WS Young Drive.

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75th annual Rodeo Killeen

Killeen's got 75 years of rodeo excellence under its belt with this event alone, and this year's rodeo continues that tradition. Whether you're into barrel racing, calf roping, or bull riding (let's be honest - we love 'em all), you'll find it all at the Killeen Rodeo. Pre-show each night starts at 7:30pm with all the rodeo action starting at 8pm.

Killeen Rodeo Tickets

Adult admission for the rodeo is $13 in advance and $15 at the gate, while children tickets are $8 in advance, $10 at the gate. Kids 6 and under get in for free.

Tickets are on sale now at several locations throughout the Killen area including the Killeen Civic & Conference Center, Cavender's in Killeen, Nyle Maxwell Killeen, and First National Bank of Texas.

Want to get a free tickets and support a great cause as well? Donate 4 canned food items per person at Nyle Maxwell Killeen, or at the gate, and get a free ticket. The canned food item will support Killeen Food Care.

Each night will also feature free admission for some folks Killeen would like to thank and recognize:

Thursday Night is Military Appreciation Night with free admission for active, guard, reserve, and dependents

Friday Night offers free admission to Killeen city employees, get in free with valid employee ID card

Saturday Night it's Educators Night free entry for faculty and staff with valid employee ID.

Let's go to the Rodeo!

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