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Fri, Jul 26

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Lewis & Clark County Fairgrounds

2024 Last Chance Stampede Rodeo Purple Night

Come out to Purple Night as part of this year's Last Chance Stampede to show you support for ending domestic violence in our communities.

2024 Last Chance Stampede Rodeo Purple Night
2024 Last Chance Stampede Rodeo Purple Night

Time & Location

Jul 26, 2024, 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Lewis & Clark County Fairgrounds, 98 W Custer Ave, Helena, MT 59602, USA

About the event

Come out to Purple Night as part of this year's Last Chance Stampede to show your support for ending domestic violence in our communities.

Wear Purple

Show solidarity with survivors of domestic violence, honor those who’ve lost their lives to it, and help raise awareness in our community by wearing purple at this year’s Friday night rodeo.

Enter Raffles // Tickets on sale 4-8 PM @ rodeo arena entrance

Enter drawings for:

  • 50/50 cash prize ($1 for single ticket, $20 for an arm length)
  • Gist Silversmiths belt buckle OR Montana Bones clutch and necklace bundle ($10 for a single ticket, $20 for three tickets)

All raffle proceeds benefit The Friendship Center through the Man Up Crusade program. Last Chance Stampede Purple Night is organized by Lewis & Clark County Sheriff's Office, Exchange Club of Helena, and The Friendship Center as part of the nationwide Man Up Crusade program.

About Last Chance Stampede

To learn more and purchase tickets for all of this year's Last Chance Stampede programming happening July 24-27, visit the Lewis & Clark County Fairgrounds website.

About Man Up Crusade

Man Up Crusade partners with professional rodeos, Professional Bull Riders events, and state and county fairs nationwide to raise awareness about domestic violence, and direct donations to organizations working to prevent violence and support survivors in their communities. We are delighted to be the beneficiary of this year's Man Up Crusade event in Helena.

Since its inception in 2012, Man Up Crusade has helped raise over $250,000 for domestic violence programs in communities across the country.

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