Brand new PRCA Rodeo coming to Omaha, Neb. May 10 & 11

Inaugural Tangier Shrine PRCA Rodeo happening May 10-11 in Springfield, Neb.

Sarpy County Fairgrounds will host PRCA Rodeo, all tickets $15, reserved seating

Omaha, Neb. (March 19, 2024) – The Tangier Shrine is producing their inaugural rodeo sanctioned by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) and Women’s Professional Rodeo Association (WPRA) the second weekend of May in Springfield, Neb. Two performances of PRCA rodeo action will take place at 7 p.m. nightly on Friday May 10 and Saturday May 11. All seats are reserved and cost just $15. Tickets can be purchased online at

Featured entertainment includes the Tangier Shrine Clowns, Keystone Kops and the world-famous trick roper Rider Kiesner and his wife, Bethany, performing trick riding. The Kiesners’ are the 2020 PRCA Dress Act of the Year.

The rodeo stock contractor is Barnes PRCA Rodeo from Cherokee, Iowa. This past December in Las Vegas during the 2023 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo their bull won the 2nd go-round buckle when bull rider Jared Parsonage from Maple Creek, Saskatchewan rode him for 87.5 points.

Jared Parsonage rides Barnes PRCA Rodeo bull for 87.5 points and the 2023 WNFR go-round win

Rodeo Chairman Bryan Deming, the 2024 Potentate of the Tangier Shrine Center is leading the efforts. He along with his wife, Lady Erin, spent over two years planning the Inaugural Tangier Shrine PRCA Rodeo.

“We are looking forward to our beloved Tangier Shrine Clowns and Keystone Kops being part of the rodeo and signing autographs. All of Tangier’s Nobles and their ladies will be an integral part of the rodeo’s success. The Tangier Shrine PRCA Rodeo will help us support our mission of caring for the children of our community who can benefit from the unique and specialized care offered through the Shriners Children’s Healthcare Network,” stated Deming.

“Nebraska is a state with deep agricultural roots in farming, ranching and feed operations. The sport of ProRodeo helps demonstrate and educate fans on the skills of working cowboys and cowgirls plus it adds in the extreme sport of bull riding,” stated Greg McDonald, PRCA Rodeo Producer. “The Tangier Shrine is comprised of hundreds of volunteers that are generously donating their time and talent for the rodeo. Our team is excited to work with them,” McDonald continued.


Tangier Shrine PRCA Rodeo Fact Sheet

Official Rodeo Poster

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About Tangier Shrine: Formally chartered on June 23, 1890, the mission of Tangier Shrine is to care for the children of our community who can benefit from the unique and specialized care offered through the Shriners Children’s Healthcare Network. Tangier’s Nobles and Ladies support the Omaha community and surrounding areas by transporting patients and their families to Shriner Children’s hospitals, make blankets and donate gifts for our patients, coordination of patients’ care supported by Tangier Shrine, and provide any other help that our patients may need.

Tangier Shrine has more than 35 Units and Clubs to participate in to fit each person’s interests. All the Units and Clubs have a specific role, and some are just for fun. The Nobles and their ladies are in local parades, volunteer, serve at the annual Tangier Spaghetti Feed, host Veterans events, enjoy the annual Mardi Gras party, support Nebraska Shrine Bowl game, organize Tangier’s Feztival of Trees, and are involved in many more events. To learn more visit

About Barnes PRCA Rodeo: Established in 1950 Barnes PRCA Rodeo from Peterson, Iowa continues to be a premier livestock contracting company and member of the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association (PRCA). The longevity of Barnes PRCA Rodeo is captured in the marketplace where community celebrations have been continuous partners dating back 50, 60 and 70 years. The late founder, Bob Barnes, once told a newspaper reporter years ago, “We are to rodeo – what Cadillac is to cars.”

Today Marty Barnes owns and manages all aspects of the livestock, rodeo production and breeding program with his eldest son, Westin, and his wife Katelyn and children. Barnes PRCA Rodeo will produce over 30 events across the country in 2024.