Gyp Hills Roundup Rodeo
Continuing Barber County’s rich rodeo history
Two nights of rodeo excitement
June 2 and 3 | Gates at 6:30 p.m., rodeo at 8 p.m.
Get ready for the most exciting rodeo event of the summer! The Gyp Hills Roundup Rodeo is back on June 2 and 3, and it’s going to be bigger and better than ever before. You won’t want to miss the thrilling signature events!
This two-night rodeo features all of the favorite rodeo events as well as mutton bustin’, local contests, boot scrambles and more. Both food and retail vendors are available, as well as T-shirts and cold beer.
Tickets are $15 for adults. Students K-12 are $5. Children 5 and under are free. Tickets will be sold at the gate and can be purchased in advance.
- Bull riding
- Bareback riding
- Ranch bronc riding
- Saddle bronc riding
- Steer wrestling
- Tie down roping
- Breakaway roping
- Team roping
- Barrel racing
About the Gyp Hills Roundup Rodeo
In June of 2021, the Medicine Lodge Peace Treaty Association Rodeo Committee began hosting a rodeo sanctioned by Kansas Pro Rodeo Association. It’s called the Gyp Hills Roundup Rodeo as a tribute to the historic McLain Roundup Rodeo that was held in Sun City from approximately 1922 to 1939.
From all accounts, the McLain Roundup was a thrilling spectacle, and it is the committee’s goal to bring back just as entertaining a weekend for folks near and far!
Rodeo stock and production is handled by Medicine River Rodeo Company.
The committee is pleased to utilize the excellent facilities at the Memorial Peace Park rodeo arena for the Gyp Hills Roundup Rodeo, in addition to their Peace Treaty rodeos in September each year.