Living in Twin Falls, there aren't many sporting events to attend. There are leagues for kids, high school, and the College of Southern Idaho. For sports lovers, it is tough to find something to attend to nearby, but there is one sport that Twin Falls has that is entertaining and some of the best in the country and world come through the area to participate. In Twin Falls there is a sport that the locals love and if you are new to the area, you should attend and see what you are missing out on.

45th Annuals CSI Intercollegiate Rodeo in Twin Falls

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The 45th annual CSI Intercollegiate Rodeo will be on the CSI campus at the Expo Center on Friday, March 11, and Saturday, March 12. Make sure to order your tickets early, as they are $12 for adults and $5 for children aged six to twelve if bought ahead of time. If you wait until the night of and buy them at the door, they are $15 for adults and $8 for children aged six to twelve. Doors open at 5:30 PM on both nights, with the rodeo starting at 7 PM.

The CSI Intercollegiate Rodeo

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For most in the area, rodeos are a fun event and a big deal around here. If you have never attended one, then this is a great chance to see the excitement and some of the best in college do it. Eleven different colleges from southern Idaho, Utah, and western Colorado will participate. The contestants will be competing to qualify for the college national finals being held in Casper, Wyoming in June.

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Make sure to book your tickets early to save money, take the whole family and enjoy a night or two at the rodeo. See some of the best in the region and show your Twin Falls pride as you root for the kids from CSI at the Intercollegiate Rodeo the second weekend in March. 

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