FAQ

The Western Days Festival is an all-ages free event during the weekend of the Crooked River Roundup PRCA Rodeo.
FRIDAY, June 26
SATURDAY, June 27
10 am-7 pm
 9 am-5 pm

VENDORS

We accept a variety of vendors, but prefer handmade, art, western decor, etc.  Please check out the vendor page for the application and our most current list of scheduled vendors. 

DIRECTIONS / PARKING

The Western Days Festival is in downtown Prineville in Ochoco Creek Park (in 2021), which is on 4th Street from NE Elm Street to NE Juniper Street.  The festival is near the end of the Crooked River Roundup Parade Route (which begin on the west end of 3rd street at 10 am on Saturday).  

 

FOOD & BEVERAGES

There will be food on site and the festival is within short walking distance of Tastee Treat, Yo Central, the Sandwich Factory, Subway and many other restaurants.  You are welcome to bring a picnic lunch with you.  No alcohol is allowed.

DOGS

As much as we all love our furry friends, we encourage you to leave your non-service animals at home.

ATMS

There are no ATM's on site, but nearby are ATM's at the 7-11 and Chase Bank nearby on 3rd street.  Many vendors accept credit and debit cards

 

​WEATHER

This is a rain or shine event!  Please be prepared with water, sunscreen, and other needed items in case the weather is hot and sunny!  The park offers many shaded areas and we do have seating distributed around the area.

WHO PRODUCES THE WESTERN DAYS FESTIVAL

In April 2017, One Decision Management LLC, owned by local resident Brandi (Hereford) Ebner, took the event over.  Brandi is the former Executive Director of the Prineville-Crook County Chamber of Commerce, as well as the Wilsonville Chamber of Commence, and her event production background includes fairs, festivals, parades, expos, conventions, conferences, fundraising banquets, auctions, and more!

One Decision Management LLC is a local owned event and association management company.  Brandi's goal is to grow the Western Days Festival into one of the premier community events in the region, while enhancing the Crooked River Roundup Rodeo weekend experience and attracting new visitors to the community.