June 25–July 5
Produced in celebration of our nation’s independence and to preserve our western heritage, this rodeo is an internationally acclaimed festival, attracting more than 250,000 people.
Prescott Frontier Days—World’s Oldest Rodeo
June 29–July 5
This event, occurring annually over the Fourth of July since 1888, puts on a whopping eight action-packed rodeos.
Buffalo Bill Cody Stampede Rodeo
Starting officially in 1919, the Cody Stampede Rodeo has become the PRCA’s largest one-header rodeo. Watch some 800 contestants compete for more than $400,000.
St. Paul Rodeo —80th Annual 4th of July Rodeo
July 1-4, 2015
St. Paul, Ore.
With prize monies approaching $500,000, nearly 1,000 athletes compete in this Wrangler Million Dollar Tour Rodeo, which attracts the world’s top competitors.
Red Lodge Rodeo—85th Home of Champions Rodeo
Red Lodge, Mont.
Named for local cowboy Bill Linderman after winning his third World All Around Champion title in 1954, the Home of Champions Rodeo is a no-frills, action-packed, good time.
The Calgary Stampede
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
“The Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth” attracts more than one million visitors per year with one of the world’s largest rodeos, chuckwagon racing, and First Nations exhibitions.
Pikes peak or bust rodeo—75 years
Colorado Springs, Colo.
Celebrating 75 years of rodeo in the home of the Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame, this rodeo’s proceeds have been benefiting military members and their families since 1946.
With history dating back to 1900, this rodeo has grown to include three nights of PRCA rodeo, including one night at the country’s #1 Tough Enough to Wear Pink rodeo.
Dinosaur Roundup Rodeo
Voted a premier event eight times by its contestants, this rodeo offers a $70,000 purse to more than 700 competitors.
Cheyenne Frontier Days
This outdoor rodeo, held annually since 1897 is known as the “Daddy of ’em All”. The event, one of the largest of its kind in the world, draws nearly 200,000 people every year.