The Montana Rodeo circuit is running at max Horsepower
This 4th of July Holiday will see several big rodeos get underway across Montana. Rodeo Roundup, the Livingston Roundup, and the Home of Champions Rodeo are all on the schedule for the holiday.
The biggest of the three has to be the Home of Champions Rodeo, celebrating 94 years of rodeo in Red Lodge. Saturday will see the top 40 bull riders matched up against the PRCA’s best bucking bulls. The Home of Champions Rodeo will run the 2nd-4th with some of the best cowboys and cowgirls in the country.
The Livingston Rodeo is a staple on the circuit as well. Running June 30- July 4th, with Rodeo action running Sunday – Tuesday starting at 8 pm each night.
The Rodeo Roundup is the 3rd and 4th at the Musselshell County Fairgrounds in Roundup Montana. They have worked hard to dry out the arena and they are ready! The rodeo starts at 7p Monday, 1p Tuesday.
July 5th will see the start of the Bigfork Montana Rodeo. This will be year 5 for the Bigfork event, running from the 5th – 8th. Gates open at 5:30 each day, with live music, a kid’s area, and food vendors.
The Wolf Point Wild Horse Stampede will make a huge splash this year, as the Stampede marks its centennial. The Wild Horse Stampede will run from July 6-9th at the Marvin Brookman Stadium, in Wolf Point, Montana. The schedule for the stampede is packed with activities for the whole family. Congratulations on 100 years!
How about 1 more? The 82nd Annual Drummond Kiwanis PRCA Rodeo is a one-day throwdown on July 9th. Gates at the American Legion Rodeo Grounds will open at noon, and the rodeo will start at 2 pm. (leaving you plenty of time after for a burger)
That is just the next couple of weeks, cowboys and cowgirls will be spending an awful lot of time on the highways until Labor Day, and we will keep you up to date on the schedule as we go.
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