Celebrating its 45th season in 2018, the Snowmass Rodeo is the longest running rodeo in Colorado. This authentic western event takes place every Wednesday evening as the sun sets behind the surrounding mountain peaks. Visitors can check out exciting competitions like saddle bronc and bull riding, team roping, and barrel racing. Children can participate in the Calf Scramble and Mutton Bustin’ (age and weight restrictions apply).
Come early and enjoy a BBQ dinner and cocktails from the full bar or stroll around vendor booths and watch live entertainment such as roping demonstrations. After the rodeo, a campfire sing-a-long and marshmallow roast completes a perfect Colorado evening. It’s Western Wednesdays in Snowmass, rain or shine!
Gates open at 5:00 P.M. for family activities, BBQ, cash bar & shopping. The Rodeo takes place from 7:00 P.M. – 9:00 P.M. FREE parking is available.
Adults: General Admission $20 / VIP $25
Youth (11-15): General Admission $10 / VIP $15
FREE for children under 11
How To Get Here
The Snowmass Rodeo takes place at Town Park Station. The Snowmass Village Shuttle provides free public transportation throughout Snowmass Village to Town Park Station. Routes and pick-up locations can be found here.
If you are driving, free parking is available at Town Park Station (space permitting).
If you are staying outside of Snowmass Village, RFTA provides free public transportation from Aspen and the Brush Creek Intercept Lot to Town Park Station. Free parking is available at the Brush Creek Intercept Lot. Routes and schedules can be found here.