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Lazy V 105' Pasture Festival


Aug 30, 2019 to Sep 2, 2019
08:00 AM until 11:00 PM


The Lazy V 105’ Pasture Festival is an annual action-packed, four-day phenomenon of live events at Riverbend Arena at Owens Ranch in Inola, Oklahoma that includes: team roping, calf roping, breakaway roping, jackpots, hay bale and rescue races, rodeo and bull riding, Pony Express and port-a-potty races, bullfighting, camel races, and plenty of music, dancing and camping. The festival occurs Aug. 30 to Sept. 2, 2019, at Riverbend Arena at Owens Ranch in Inola, Oklahoma

Andrew Sevener, the fourth place finisher in the latest season of “The Voice”, will open for Jake Worthington, who was named “Runner-Up” in the 2014 season of “The Voice”, Aug. 31, 2019. Jackson Tillman Band, an up-and-coming Oklahoma-grown country band, will open for the country classic sound of Randall King, Sept. 1, 2019. The artists will provide a rocking finish to the second and third days of the festival during the ‘pasture party,’ which immediately follows the events of the day and starts between 8:00 and 8:30 p.m. 

Tickets go on sale July 4, 2019, and can be bought based on each event:

Randall King and Jackson Tillman Band: 

Jake Worthington and Andrew Sevener: 

Lazy V 105’ Pasture Festival:


Food, beverages, trailer hookups and camping will be available for purchase throughout the festival. Tickets go on sale July 4, 2019.



(Includes all competitive events and live music for a single day)



(Includes all competitive events and live music from the beginning to end of Lazy V Pasture Festival)


RV/CAMPING SPACES: starting at $25




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$15 - $40


View map Riverbend Arena at Owens' Ranch
12900 E. 600 Rd.
Inola, OK

Additional Information


Riverbend Arena at Owens' Ranch



Contact name

Eric Owens

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