[DENTON, TEXAS] – Wrapping up summertime with fun and excitement for the entire family, the North Texas Fair & Rodeo (NTFR) brings delicious fair food, carnival rides, exceptional vendors, live music and intense rodeo action to Denton, Texas every August. The 95th annual NTFR will take place August 18-26, 2023 at the North Texas Fairgrounds, with nightly rodeos starting at 7:30 p.m. followed by some of the hottest country music!
Every August, NTFR consistently brings exceptional country music to the north Texas region. Nevertheless, with a rapidly growing association built on several generations of memberships and volunteers, NTFR strives to place family fun and tradition at the forefront of everything it does.
“We continue to support our youth, agriculture and community,” said NTFR Executive Director Glenn Carlton. “We strive every year to make this event better than it was the previous year. We want to bring you fun and excitement for the whole family.”
The NTFR accomplishes this by hosting talented musical artists, professional and youth rodeos, livestock exhibitions, a premier midway and special exhibits.
Continuing the legacy of the association, this year’s event will once again bring the north Texas community together to cherish our western heritage with LIVE entertainment, FUN attractions and NEW exhibits!
In response to the popularity of NTFR rodeo performances, the association is proud to add an additional 800 seats to the Coors Rodeo Arena. NTFR has also arranged for more remote parking on both Saturdays at Texas Woman’s University, in addition to the existing two lots at First Baptist Church and the original Denton High School.
The NTFR is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of western heritage. All revenue is reinvested into programs, scholarships and facilities. The NTFR, and its associates, contribute around $500,000 each year to area youth. According to the Center of Economic Development at the University of North Texas, the NTFR and its facilities have a $7 million economic impact in Denton County and an approximately $4 million impact on the City of Denton.