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Kids show talent in Crosby Rodeo Pageant

Age 0-2 Rodeo Clowns had fine contestants ready to fight the bulls or whatever came from the chute.

CROSBY – Each year the Crosby Rodeo Pageant reminds us that it is time for the end of the school year and the beginning of the Crosby Fair & Rodeo, this year the first day of the Rodeo Cook-Off is Graduation Day.

The pageant this year was last Saturday and many were attracted to the festivities.

This year the rodeo starts on June 1 with the Cook-Off Party with a concert by Bag of Donuts. June 2 is Cookoff Wrap Party with a parade at 10:00 that morning and a concert that night by Jason Cassidy the Zane Williams.

Wednesday, June 14, is the Livestock Auction.

Crosby Rodeo features most top name concerts

Among the performers, Adam Hood, Parker McCollum, Shane Smith & the Saints, William Clark Green, Jack Ingram, Bruce Robinson, and Charlie Robinson. And more.

CROSBY – YEE–HAW, Let’s Rodeo!

Crosby begins its annual salute to cowboy sports and County & Western Music on June 1 — Graduation Day for Crosby High School. Friday will welcome last year’s surprise success Bag Of Donuts from New Orleans for the first day of Northeast Harris County’s Biggest Party. Bag Of Donuts is going to play something everybody likes and is going to get the crowd into the performance.

The next morning, the Crosby Fair & Rodeo Parade will take over Main Street at 10:00 a.m. All the while, some of the greatest cookers in the Southwest will vie for recognition, trophies and prizes in the Crosby Fair & Rodeo Cook-Off. That night another concert venue will feature Jason Cassidy and Zane Williams.

Zane Williams of Abilene is a proudly authentic, down-home, good ole’ country music from the backroads to the Opry Stage. He enjoys his performance and is equal parts bar room entertainer and introspective poet. Some would call that a “throwback” to the days when a performer had to do more than just sing; many call that multi-talented.

Wednesday of that following week is the Livestock Auction, where Crosby Fair & Rodeo really does its best to get the most to pay for kids to go to college.