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Red Gate Festival and Rodeo

Scenes from the rodeo

Grab your cowboy hat and join us at beautiful Red Gate Horse Farm in Maynardville.  Annual rodeo and festival featuring rodeo contestants competing in calf roping, bull riding, barrel riding, team roping, bare back riding and bronco riding.  Nightly live musical performances featuring talented regional performers including a talent search contest. Prizes awarded to the top 4 finalists.  For the young and young at heart, carnival rides, pony rides and fun fair food vendors.  For two days of excitement, competition and fireworks. Action packed Family Fun

Gates Open Friday at 5PM with carnival rides and vendors/ Events begin at 6PM

Gates Open Saturday at 4PM with carnival rides and vendors/ Events begin at 5PM

Event Dates: July 17, 2015 - July 18, 2015

Admission Fee (if any): Adults $15.00, 10 and under $8, Kids 3 and under FREE

Ages Festival is Appropriate For: All ages

How to Get There

Located at Beautiful Red Gate Horse Farm on SR 33 in Maynardville, TN at 2353 Maynardville Highway.  Follow the signs for gate entrance.

 ADA Accessibility Notes
Handicap parking

For More Information, Contact:

Butch Butcher
2353 Maynardville Highway, Maynardville, TN 37807

Dianne light wrote on July 12, 2013: I went last year loved it coming back again this year.You guys rock!

Brenda wrote on June 28, 2013: This Will Be Our Third Year Attending The Rodeo. Great Family Fun. LookIng forward To Another Great Event.

ashley diane malone wrote on July 18, 2012: I’m the girl with the microphone in her hand. I won the 2011 talent contest. I went by Ashley. Diane. I had so much fun.

Megan Millsap wrote on June 29, 2012: My son is the boy riding the mechanical bull on the website and the brochures. I love it. He has been in acts with Mike the rodeo clown and he loves coming to this rodeo. Everyone come out this year and lets have some fun.

Katrina Spurlock wrote on June 03, 2012: We attended the rodeo last year and had a lot of fun. We had company from Antlers. Oklahoma here last year and they are coming back again this year for your rodeo.

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Latitude: 36.216094000
Longitude: -83.861732000
Elevation: 1117 FT (340 M)
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