Idaho is home to some of the top rodeo's in the nation. Watching the toughest sport on dirt is a great way to spend time with the family or a chance to get out of town for a weekend get away. A true Idaho rodeo will never disappoint. Look for a rodeo near you.
The Eagle Rodeo is a great place for the whole family to hang out. The family will have an opportunity to meet the cowboys and cowgirls after each performance. Free family slack night is Wednesday June, 10th. Pre-rodeo events start at 6 p.m with the rodeo beginning at 7:30 p.m. for Thursday, Friday and Saturdays performances.
The Gold Dust Rodeo is a true western adventure. This action packed rodeo begins with Mutton Bustin' and Steer Riding at 6 p.m. for pre-rodeo festivities, followed by the main rodeo at 7 p.m. Enjoy the beautiful scenery of Idaho City along with a night of fun.
This memorial rodeo honors Daniel Dopps, a cowboy who was true to his sport. Thursday June 25th is the Volunteer Appreciation BBQ beginning at 6 p.m. in Mountain Home. Friday and Saturday's rodeo performances begin at 8 p.m. Get there early to either participate in or watch the calf scramble at 7:30 p.m.
The Days of the Old West Rodeo is an awesome place to celebrate your Fourth of July. The annual parade is a great way for you to see a lot of fun floats and horses. The rodeo is three days of fun and jammed pack rodeo action. Tickets are available at all Atkinsons' markets and the Hailey Chamber in the Welcome Center.
A 100 years have come and gone for the Snake River Stampede. With a week full of fun activities starting on Saturday July,11th with the annual Parade in Downtown Nampa. Monday and Tuesday morning the Buckaroo Breakfast begins at 7 a.m. along with the slack performances at 8 a.m. The first rodeo performance begins Tuesday night at 7:30 with pre-rodeo at 6:45. On Wednesday wear pink as we help raise money for breast cancer. Thursday Night is Patriot Night and Friday night is Hometown Hero Night and Saturday is the final performance where the top cowboys and cowgirls compete to see who will be the champion. Click here to get your tickets.
This fair and rodeo is fun for the entire family. The 4-H exhibits is fun for all with a ton of different animals to look at. The top Idaho cowboys and cowgirls will go head to head on Thursday, Friday and Saturday night at the rodeo. Tickets must be purchased at the grand stand gates. More information available.
Homedale, Idaho is home to the great Owyhee County Fair & Rodeo. This rodeo brings a ton of rodeo fans from all over Idaho. Thursday nights performance is the Kick Cancer Night, so be sure to wear your Pink. Tickets are available at Matteson's Phillips in Homedale and D&B supply in Nampa and Caldwell or at the gate. Click here for addition information.
There is something for everyone at the Payette Country Fair & Rodeo. A day trip to New Plymouth with the family is a great way to enjoy all the fun activities this fair puts on. With the rodeo beginning at 8 p.m. is a great way to end the day. For information click here.
The Caldwell Night Rodeo brings the top professional cowboys and cowgirls from all over the country. Opening night is family night followed by the power of pink, patriot night and championship night. The junior rodeo begins at 6:30 p.m. and the main performance at 8 p.m. Get your tickets now.
The Meridian Lions Rodeo is one of the last rodeos before rodeo seasons comes to an end. With the purple and gold colors of the Lions Organization flying high, we ask you to wear yellow on Saturday and purple on Sunday. Bring a pair of old eye glasses to donate to the Lions Organization to those in need. For more information click here.