- Not only traditional rodeo events, but also a Dixie Roundup Pageant, western dances, live music and more
- A mid September event
- Held at the Sunbowl Stadium each year
Overview: Sponsored by the St. George Lion's Club, the Dixie Roundup Rodeo embraces southern Utah's agricultural and ranching heritage. The Roundup is approved by the Professional Rodeo Cowboy's Association, which helps the rodeo attract the most-skilled and competitive cowboys. Because of the involvement of the Lion's Club, there is always a charitable element to the rodeo, with funds going to causes such as breast cancer awareness.
When: Second weekend of each September
Where: Sunbowl Stadium
Fees: Costs vary by age and seating
Details: The Roundup features not only traditional rodeo events, but also a Dixie Roundup Pageant, western dances, live music, as well as a parade through downtown. For the little cowpokes, there are also kids' rodeo events and a special children's parade.
Children under 11 can get discounted tickets and may qualify for free admission depending on the night of attendance. The Lion's Dixie Sunbowl is located at 100 S and 400 E St.