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Big weekend Ahead for TVE

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LIBERTY – The 2022 Trinity Valley Exposition is in full swing following opening day. Now attentions turn to the fairgrounds for the carnival, rodeo, auction and, of course, the annual crowning of Miss TVE.

“I am excited to welcome everyone to the 2022 Trinity Valley Exposition this year. What a great tradition we have here in Liberty and Chambers Counties, with a Fair and Rodeo that is celebrating its’ 114th year,” said TVE President Fred LeMond Jr. in his welcome letter to this year’s Fair.

There is plenty of exciting events, entertainment, food and other things to do at the Fair, with the expo hall and rodeo running through Saturday night.

The Fair starts tonight with gates opening from 2 pm until 12 am. The PRCA Xtreme Bull Riding and Rodeo gets underway at 7:30 pm with lots of exciting activities for everyone. Ryan Foret will entertain everyone following the rodeo. Thursday is Turquoise Night.

Friday, the annual youth auction gets going at 11 am as local supporters of all the hard-working kids place those bids.

Friday night will be the same, with gates opening at 2 pm and running to midnight. The rodeo gets underway at 7:30 pm. Dustin Sonnier & The Wanted will provide the night’s entertainment. Friday night is Pink Night.

Saturday, the fairgrounds open at 11 am and run until midnight. The rodeo starts at 7:30 pm with the crowning of Miss Rodeo TVE and the all-new Miss Teen Rodeo TVE. The Rocky King Band will wrap up the entertainment. Saturday is Red, White & Blue Night.

“I look forward to seeing everyone at the Fair this year. We are excited about the event and excited to have the surrounding communities come together to support our youth and, as we say down on the bayou, ‘pass a good time.’ May God bless you always and ‘Let’s Fair and Rodeo!’ concluded LeMond Jr.

TVE parking is $5. Adult tickets are $10 Thursday and Friday and $15 Saturday. Seniors (65 and over) are $5, children (4-17) are $5 and children ( 3 and under) are free. Rodeo seats are included with the ticket price and are first come, first served—no guaranteed entry into the rodeo if at capacity.

For more information on the TVE, visit their website at tvefair. com