RED BLUFF, Calif. -

The 92nd annual Red Bluff Round-up returns to Tehama County again in mid-April. The Round-up is one of the most prestigious rodeos in the United States. It's a three day rodeo April 19-21 and revolves around horses, bulls and cowboys.

The Round-up kicks off April 13 with a chili cook-off, car show, and pony rides. The Cowboy Golf Tournament is the morning of Fri., April 19, and for fans wanting a free rodeo ticket, all they have to do is donate blood at the blood drive.

The Round-up is the only rodeo in the nation to host a “Wild Ride.” It’s held on Sunday, April 21, where the saddle bronc riders and bareback riders dress in costume and ride their broncs.

The wild horse race follows each rodeo performance, April 19-21, and a concert by Neal McCoy begins at 7:30 pm on April 21.

Tickets are on sale online at RedBluffRoundup.com and through the Red Bluff Round-up office. Prices start at twelve dollars. For more information on the Round-up, visit the website or call the rodeo office at (530) 527-1000.