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7th Annual

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Friday, February 16, 2024
Doors Open 6pm  |  Band 7-11pm
Ages 21+

7th Annual
Cowgirls w/ Heart Rodeo Dance 2024 

By popular demand, Cowgirls with Heart is back and better than ever! Since 2010, our passion has been to bring the authentic spirit of great country music and dance to the historic El Casino Ballroom, all while giving back to the community in true cowgirl style.

This year, we are proud to announce that the recipient of the proceeds from our

7th Annual Rodeo Dance is the Mustangs of America Foundation, supporting the

Leach Colt Starting Academy located in Bonita, AZ.

The Leach Colt Starting Academy is a grassroots educational and occupational work-place program dedicated to providing specialized workforce training for former inmates who have successfully completed their commitment and training with the Arizona Wild Horse Inmate Program in Florence, AZ. Join us in celebrating the accomplishments of these young men while continuing to support an underserved population and working towards the protection and preservation of the "American Icon," the wild Mustang.

Our rodeo dance promises a night filled with true country music featuring Tucson’s own Anthony Taylor Jr. Band, delicious offerings from food trucks, engaging auctions, fundraising activities, and more! As a token of our appreciation, we've once again designed a custom, one-of-a-kind belt buckle, courtesy of Sheridan Buckles, as our hallmark "Chance to Win" for the price of admission.

In 2024, we're returning with a renewed sense of purpose, dedicated to making a positive impact on the lives of mustangs, former inmates, and the community as a whole. The ballroom will be transformed with the essence of the American West, reflecting our commitment to honoring tradition, fostering community, and creating a memorable night for all. Join us in making this year's rodeo dance one for the books – a celebration of country music, camaraderie, and a shared commitment to the well-being of mustangs

and those who care for them.

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