A different kind of NEBRASKAland Days this summer
Rescheduled Buffalo Bill Rodeo will be joined by other staples
NORTH PLATTE, Neb. (KNOP) - A posse composed of NEBRASKAland DAYS Board Members traveled all over North Platte today. They spent the afternoon canvassing the city with posters announcing the details of a condensed celebration.
With the pandemic NEBRASKAland DAYS could not happen this year, but organizers are doing what they can to bring some action now that some of the COVID-19 restrictions have loosened. Starting with a rodeo, which will be the “centerpiece of a condensed lineup of smaller community based NEBRASKAland DAYS events in early August,” according to a press release issued Friday.
Other events will be be happening as well, including:
- Prime Rib Feed
- Flapjack Feed
- Barbecue Pork Sandwich Feed
- Cowboy Kickball, and Taps and Tunes
- NEBRASKAland DAYS on Parade
One of the most notable changes will be crowd sizes at the Buffalo Bill Rodeo, which will be limited. All seats will be General Admission based on section, allowing people to seat themselves while allowing room between parties.
Other changes include drive through only at both the Pork Sandwich Feed and Flapjack Feed. The Prime Rib Feed will have limited outdoor picnic table seating downtown.
NEBRASKAland DAYS on Parade is still on the schedule as well, although its exact format won’t be determined for another couple of weeks as organizers monitor Directed Health Measures issued by the Governor’s office.
Rodeo tickets will go on sale to the public on Monday, July 13th. Organizers are hopeful that people will purchase ahead of time to cut down on wait times outside the arena.
Tickets can be purchased at www.nebraskalanddays.com.
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