Friday and Saturday Night

$20.00 (each night) for ages 6 and older; free for ages 5 and younger. CASH only. Please note that there will NOT be any presale of tickets this year. Tickets will be available for purchase at the gate – first come, first served. 

Friday and Saturday night admission includes admission to the Mule Day Dance immediately following the rodeo.

Friday, September 22- Saturday, September 23, 2023

Rodeo gates open at 5:30 PM.

Rodeo Begins: 7:30pm

To Enter the Rodeo

BB SB – (enter both nights) $500, BR – $1000 (Enter Once) ADM- $80, EF $10 SCF (Enter Once) CR SW TR CBR CBA – $800, ADM – $70, EF – $10 SCF Call In: 1-800-639-9002 Mon, Sep 21 9am-6pm 

EST Location: 355 J Lee Rd, Chamber Park Arena                                           Spectator/Vendor Info: 919-894-3825 or  SRA Double Creek Pro Rodeo  864-809-2630

Sunday, September 24, 2022

Junior Rodeo

Presented by the Benson Buckaroos Junior Rodeo Association, LLC

Ages 5 and under – Free / Ages 6 and older – $5.00 per person

Announcer: Mark Northall

A last-minute cancellation from the announcer one night nearly 20 years ago sent Mark on a journey that he is forever thankful for. He has been blessed with the opportunity to travel all over our great country entertaining crowds, promoting the great sport of Rodeo, and making life-long friends along the way. Starting early in his career as a competitor, Mark quickly realized that calling the action was where he wanted to be. You will see him announcing from horseback at many rodeos, and he will tell you it’s the best seat in the house. 

New Market, TN, is home for Mark, his wife Brittney, and his two children, Cheyenne and Abilene. Mark travels to over 40 different venues every year with over 120 performances; he strives to provide a fun, family-friendly atmosphere that appeals to rodeo fans of all ages. 

Rodeo Clown - Mike Wentworth

Welcome to the world of rodeo clown entertainer Mike Wentworth. Formerly from Louisville, Kentucky, Mike now makes his home in Ridge Spring, South Carolina. 

Mike started his rodeo career at the young age of fifteen in a practice pen at a friend’s house while riding bulls. It was a short career as a bull rider once he discovered that clowning on the side was more entertaining for him than competing. 

Over the years, with the help and support of family and close friends, Mike began performing his hilarious clown acts. He was a natural. Today, Mike’s career keeps him on the road ten months out of the year. When he is not on the road, Mike enjoys spending time with his family and riding horses.