Snake River Stampede Rodeo Tickets
When you have Snake River Stampede tickets, you have access to a great day of rodeo competition. The Snake River Stampede began in 1913 as a bucking contest at the Nampa Harvest Festival. The contest happened in a roped-off area where the Nampa Post Office is currently located. In 1937, as its popularity grew and more events were added, the rodeo severed its ties with the Harvest Festival to become a standalone rodeo show. The event was moved to July, and the rodeo officially became part of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) schedule.
By 1950, the Stampede was in need of a new home. An outdoor horseshoe-shaped stadium that could hold 10,000 fans was built north of Lakeview Park. During half-time, Cowboy Singers (such as Gene Autry, Roy Rogers & Dale Evans and the Sons of the Pioneers) were brought in to entertain the crowd. In later years, country music performers, like Reba McIntire and Barbara Mandrell, took the stage between events. In the 1980s, musical performances were phased out and replaced by additional events, such as bullfighting and team roping. Fans got even more entertainment with their Snake River Stampede tickets when kid-friendly ‘mutton bustin’ was added to the lineup a few years later. In the late 1990s, the rodeo moved to a newly built indoor stadium, where fans enjoy events such as saddle bronc, steer wrestling, steer roping, bronc riding (bareback and saddle), barrel racing and bull-riding. Pre-rodeo events, like buckaroo breakfast, rodeo parade, the Miss Rodeo Idaho competition and equestrian drill team competitions, help kick off rodeo week in grand fashion.
Snake River Stampede Ticket Prices
Snake River Stampede ticket prices will depend on the size of the event. General admission seating will typically lead to lower overall ticket prices. Events may also extend past just one day, with guests needing to either purchase passes or single-day tickets.
How much are Snake River Stampede tickets?
General admission events can start around $10 to $15. Reserved seating for Snake River Stampede can begin around $45 and can get into the $150 range. Seats near the chutes will always be more expensive. National Finals Rodeo tickets and PBR World Finals tickets can be very expensive. Some seat locations can run over $500 per ticket.
Snake River Stampede ticket prices for the current rodeo season are starting as low as $42.00 and the more expensive seating options are available at prices ranging up to $95.00. The average price to attend an upcoming Snake River Stampede event is around $71.17. The Snake River Stampede will take place on July 19th, 2022 at 7:30pm. This unique and exciting rodeo event will take place at Arena At Ford Idaho Center at 16200 Idaho Center Blvd., Nampa, ID. Fans searching on TicketSmarter will find 34 ticket listings currently available for the event with prices in the range of $42.00 to $79.00.
Snake River Stampede Schedule
Rodeo tickets will encompass a variety of events, including the Professional Bull Riders Rodeo and the PRCA Rodeo. PBR events run throughout the year with big rodeos held in places like Madison Square Garden and the PBR World Finals held in November at the T-Mobile Arena. It’s possible that your Snake River Stampede tickets will include stock shows in conjunction with rodeos. Look for tickets to annual rodeos such as the Calgary Stampede and the Pendleton Round-Up to take part in premier western events.
There are 6 events currently on the Snake River Stampede schedule. Snake River Stampede tickets for the event at Arena At Ford Idaho Center, 16200 Idaho Center Blvd., Nampa, ID are on sale now and it will take place on July 23rd, 2022 at 7:30pm. 14 tickets are currently available for the event on TicketSmarter’s app and website with prices in the range of $53.00 to $95.00.
When do Snake River Stampede tickets go on sale?
Fans can purchase Snake River Stampede tickets all the way up to the day of the event. For annual rodeos, tickets can go on sale anywhere from six months to a year in advance.
Snake River Stampede Seating Chart
Rodeos welcome tens of thousands of fans each year. Fans will usually find arenas like the Cowtown Coliseum in Fort Worth, TX or the First Interstate Arena in Billings, MT hosting rodeos and PBR events. These venues can hold around 4,000 to 12,000 fans in seats that surround the performance area. Depending on the configuration, seating will be all at one level and line the center track. NFL stadiums like the AT&T Center can be transformed to host a variety of rodeos and stock shows. Events such as Cheyenne Frontier Days welcome over 120,000 throughout the ten-day festival. Grandstand seating lines the performance area with premium seats available directly in front of the track. Use TicketSmarter’s seating chart to find your seats quickly and easily.
When buying your Snake River Stampede tickets, be sure to explore all of your options on the Arena At Ford Idaho Center seating chart!
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Snake River Stampede Upcoming Events
07/19/2022 - 07/23/2022