This program is an outline of the weekends events. As we approach the date we will upload more detailed information on each activity.
Friday 3th November
Friday Night Festival
A fantastic family focused event hosted by the Boddington Community Resource Center each year on the Boddington old school oval.
Offering food vendors, kids rides and activities, live music and much more, the Friday Night Festival is a great way to relax, meet friends and get ready for the rodeo.
Boddington Arts Council Art and Photography Competition
Hosted by the BAC each year and showcasing some of our best local artists in a display at the local Boddington town hall (adjacent to the Boddington old school oval). This is a wonderful addition to the festivities taking place on Friday night on rodeo weekend. While your children wear themselves out at the festival, you can relax and take in some amazing art pieces in the town hall.
Boddington Hotel – Live music from 8.30pm til late
Saturday 4th November
Starting off from the Boddington old school oval, the street parade offers community, competitors and campers a fun way to start their rodeo day. Community floats, car clubs, competitors and local artists display their hard work and hobbies while winding through the Boddington Streets. Guaranteed to delight the children and entertain the adults it’s a fun way to get into the Rodeo spirit.
Boddington Community Markets
The local community run Markets group will set up along the Street Parade route to offer breakfast and food options as well as local arts and crafts to those enjoying the mornings festivities.
Boddington Lions Rodeo
Rodeo heats commence from 9am at the Rodeo Grounds
Main Event starts at 1pm
Loads of stalls and food vendors
Boddington Bushmans Ball
3 live bands from 5pm
Live music, food, & fully licensed.
A fabulous end to a full on Rodeo Day.
Sunday 5th November
Boddington Community Markets will be held at the Boddington Arts Council on Sunday morning, again, offering breakfast, warm coffee and some shopping delights for those looking for a relaxing way to recover after the rodeo action.