Rodeo On, but Cattle Drive Cancelled


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The Folsom Pro Rodeo will celebrate 55 years of family entertainment and fireworks. But for
the welfare of the public, the Folsom Cattle Drive has been cancelled due to weather forecast for.

“We feel the safety of the public especially children and seniors who love to watch this
annual tradition is vital so we are addressing this issue proactively,” said Folsom Pro Rodeo
Spokesman Dan Haverty.

The forecast is calling for calmer temperatures on Thursday, July 2, as the Folsom Pro Rodeo
kicks off with performances July 2, 3 and 4. The Folsom Chamber of Commerce invites fans to
celebrate the holiday by enjoying rodeo action, motocross and spectacular nightly fireworks.

Rodeo fans can stay cool this year with Big Fogg, a 15’ x 15’ high pressure, water conserving,
inflatable mister. Fans can also enjoy additional shade and access to the tree-covered Folsom
City Park. Reserved seat holders are reminded they can enjoy the shade in the park as long as
they like and their prime viewing seats will be waiting for their arrival.

“We are providing opportunities for our fans to beat the heat and enjoy the Folsom Pro Rodeo
which has been a Folsom tradition for 55 years,” said Haverty. “There might even be a squirt
gun fight or two in the stands.”

For tickets to the Folsom Pro Rodeo, see Enter myfolsom15 in the promo code box to get $5 off general admission