99th Annual Red Bluff Round-Up cancelled due to coronavirus

After first postponing the event, the Red Bluff Round-Up has decided to cancel this year's event.

Posted: Mar 20, 2020 3:22 PM
Updated: Apr 10, 2020 4:34 PM

UPDATE 10:15 a.m., Friday, April 10, 2020 - The Red Bluff Round-Up has decided to cancel this year's event.

"Based on the fluidity of COVID-19, we were unable to confirm a postponement date we felt would coincide with all schedules considered," said the round-up.

Those who already bought tickets will have the opportunity to donate their ticket value to the 2021's centennial anniversary, roll their tickets over to the centennial date or obtain a refund. Season ticket holders and sponsors will be both be contacted about their options.

Next year's centennial round-up is already scheduled for April 15 through the 18.

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RED BLUFF, Calif. - The Red Bluff Round-Up announced they are postponing their annual events to a later date.

As the group follows safety guidelines put in place by the county, state and federal governments, they said they will continue to follow recommendations and work to find a new date for the rodeo.

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"Since 1921, the Red Bluff Round-Up has been committed to providing the best stock; the best athletes, the best rodeo," said the rodeo. "[And] delivering the best fan experience while positively impacting our community and embracing the spirit of the west."

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The rodeo said the kids' camp has also been postponed.

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