Navajo Nation Fair

Highway 264
Window Rock, AZ 86515


Mission Statement :

The mission of the Navajo Nation Fair Office is to plan, undertake, coordinate, and promote the annual Navajo Nation Fourth of July Youth Celebration and PRCA ProRodeo, the annual Navajo Nation Fair and Rodeo, and other self-sustaining events for the cultural enjoyment and entertainment of the Navajo people and our worldwide visitors.

Navajo Nation Fair History :

The Navajo Nation Fair was started in 1946 to stimulate livestock improvements and management, with exhibits for the Navajo people to sell their arts and crafts. The Navajo Nation Fair has become an event that showcases' Navajo rodeo, foods, agriculture, arts and crafts, with the promotion and preservation of the Navajo heritage through cultural entertainment.

Local Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association committee members coordinate the Fourth of July PRCA Rodeo each year. The Fourth of July PRCA Rodeo is an event that caters to the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association members and its fans. The event has come to be a "favorite" stop along the route for professional cowboys. Its popularity is due to the route of the rodeo schedule and rodeo fans that the Navajo Nation has to offer.

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