Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 1994-current, July 31, 2019, Page 5, Image 5

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The nightly end of
the Farm-City Pro
Rodeo doesn’t mean
an end to the fun,
thanks to the Chute Eight on the party heats up just as the ro-
south end of the rodeo grounds in deo does. With more and
more people fl ocking to the
As the competitive events
end, rodeo patrons can head
to Chute Eight for a night of
music, dancing and mingling
as the area becomes a vibrant
rodeo nightclub. Dan Burns
Productions will provide the
entertainment and music for
the events.
dance fl oor, rodeo board
member Dennis Barnett said
that Friday and Saturday
nights usually bring in about
500 people. He added that
those nights the party goes
until about 1 a.m.
sion to bring in entertainment will be “Family Night,” with
and DJs to turn it into a full- face painting and bull riders
made available to sign auto-
fl edged event.
graphs for the kids, and Fri-
The Chute Eight events are day night is “Ladies Night,”
complementary to the rodeo’s and will include wine tasting
events, which will also fea- at the grounds.
Once just a beer garden that
ture special nights and activi-
people went to for drinks
ties throughout the week. For Chute Eight Whiskey is
following the rodeo, Barnett
Night after night, the after said it was a natural progres- example, Wednesday night named after the venue.
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