Freedom Annual

Rodeo 2019

Freedom's annual rodeo, held the third weekend of August, has been drawing fans and contestants from all across the nation for over 80 years. This three-day celebration includes every major event in the sport of rodeo ranging from barrel racing to wild bull riding. This beloved rodeo event combines professional action with hometown color and style. A dance is held nightly following the rodeo and features some of the best country musicians around to ensure a foot stompin' good time. On Saturday, guests are invited to the Old Cowhand Reunion at 11am and then to partake in a free chuck wagon style dinner at noon. The Old West setting of Freedom's Main Street provides the perfect backdrop to all of the rodeo activities.

Advance Tickets
Adults: $8 / Child (6 to 13): $4 / Child (5 and under): Free

At the Gate 
Adults: $15 / Child (6 to 13): $10 / Child (5 and under): Free



Experience pure Americana and true Western heritage at the annual Freedom Rodeo & Old Cowhand Reunion in northwest Oklahoma. Held since 1938, this has been continuously recognized as one of Oklahoma's most outstanding annual events. Make your way to the small town of Freedom, nestled on the banks of the Cimarron River, to enjoy a KPRA/IPRA Rodeo, a street dance Thursday night on Main Street, a 5K and fun run, a parade, a free chuckwagon feed on Saturday.


Freedom Rodeo & Old Cowhand Reunion

Presented by: Freedom Chamber of Commerce

August 15, 2019 - August 17, 2019

Begins Nightly at 7:30 PM


The Freedom Rodeo Queen Committee and the Freedom Chamber of Commerce is saddened to announce the tragic passing of our reigning 2018-2019 Freedom Rodeo Princess Cheyenne Benefield. Cheyenne and her mother, Vickie Limestall, along with Freedom resident and supporter Marvin Nixon were killed in a vehicle accident south of Freedom in January. Cheyenne and her mother were avid rodeo and ranch cowgirls and horsewomen. Freedom could not have asked for a better cowgirl to represent the community as the Rodeo Princess with her dedication and hard work. Rest in peace cowgirlCheyenne Benefield