Best Small Town Throwdown Rodeo a Documentary
Best Small Town Throwdown Rodeo documentary will make its Premiere at the Egyptian Theater on June 2, 2019. The evening will include a screening and Q&A with the filmmakers and Eagle Rodeo film participants. BEST SMALL TOWN THROWDOWN RODEO documentary is a behind the scenes journey of what it took to move an entire rodeo arena, kit and caboodle in just 12 months in time for the launch of the new rodeo season. A portion of the proceeds to benefit Eagle Rodeo Community Programs. Tickets on sale now at http://egyptiantheatre.net/events/
The Eagle Rodeo was established in 2001. The Rodeo had a rocky start but through the years, was developed, groomed and cultivated into a thriving Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association-sanctioned rodeo with thousands in attendance each year. And then, after 17 years, the land-use lease was up and it was time to move… the entire rodeo arena!
The BEST SMALL TOWN THROWDOWN RODEO documentary is a behind-the-scenes journey to find a new home for the Eagle Rodeo and a team of over 60 volunteers who helped move the rodeo arena from Point A to Point B. You will see the new rodeo grounds in its raw and stark infancy as it progresses to a professional arena and see the massive amount of time, work and resources to make it happen, in less than 1 year, in time for the launch of the next rodeo season.
The Rodeo documentary is “Idaho-centric” and will capture the beauty and western spirit of our state and the charm of a small town called Eagle.
The audience will get an up-close look at the action – inside and outside the chutes - of the rodeo events including Bareback, Saddlebronc, Bull riding, Barrel racing and learn something new at every turn. We will get a glimpse at why the western way of life is important to our heritage and how it defines future generations in Idaho.
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