Top 4 Summer Rodeos in Colorado

Funnel cakes, horse sties, the sweet sound of country music – it’s almost rodeo season! Rodeos are an exciting southern pastime. From the mouthwatering fair food to the show stopping lasso maneuvers, rodeos are the perfect summer tradition.

1. Greeley Stampede

Where: 600 N 14th Ave, Greeley, CO 80631

When: June 23 – July 4, 2017

What to expect: This 12-day festival has 6 concerts, Demolition Derby, and traditional rodeo events. Head over to Greeley, Colorado for non-stop bull riding and a one-of-a-kind Fourth of July celebration.

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2. Steamboat Springs Cowboys’ Roundup Days

Where: Various locations in Steamboat Springs, Colorado

When: June 30 – July 4, 2017

What to expect: The 114 th annual Roundup is filled with parades, fireworks and rodeo fun. A free concert (and Routt Beer Floats), pro rodeo, and one of the largest firework displays in Colorado make this a can’t-miss event.

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3. Cattlemen’s Days

Where: 850 CTY Rd. 49, Gunnison, Colorado

When: July 7 – July 16, 2017

What to expect: Carnival rides, livestock exhibits, dogs shows are more can be found at the Cattlemen’s Days in Gunnison, Colorado. Family night and a LittleTexas Concert close out the 2-week event.

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4. Colorado State Fair & Rodeo

Where: Pueblo, Colorado

When: August 25 – September 4, 2017

What to expect: The largest fairgrounds in Colorado are hosting a circus, roping events, homebrew competitions, and world-class concert series. There are plenty of carnival rides, shows, and snacks for the entire family.

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