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Rodeos: A Montana Tradition

To experience a piece of authentic Montana and a hankering good time, head to a local rodeo in one of our Western Montana communities. As a spectator you can reminisce of times long ago and the tradition of the cowboy that lives on in Montana. You'll feel the raw emotion and marvel at the athleticism and passion in every event. So grab your cowboy hat, get your boots on and saddle up.


Northern Tier

Northwest Montana Fair and Rodeo

August 19th, 2015

Flathead County Fairgrounds
265 North Meridian Road Kalispell, MT

http://www.nwmtfair.com/

Experience the excitement, heritage, and culture of NW Montana. With over 100 years of tradition, the NW Montana Fair & Rodeo comes alive each year in August featuring three nights of PRCA Rodeo action, live horse racing, huge concerts, carnival rides galore, and great food. Join in the fast paced excitement of Indian Relay Races or the Demolition Derby. Enjoy the squeals and thrills of Pig Wrestling as teams compete in the mud for the championship. Other fair highlights include great local talents on the free stages, the fair parade in downtown Kalispell, livestock show and sale, and more than 100 commercial exhibitors to shop. There's so much to see and do, you'll want to stay for everything! The heart of the NW Montana Fair is more than 6,000 exhibits showcasing the talents and passion of our regional residents. From quilts to mini-horses, floriculture to rabbits, you're sure to see blue ribbon displays throughout the fair. Learn tips and techniques on baking, floral arrangements, gardening, needlework, photography, wood working. Admission is only $5 and seniors or children are free everyday!

Northwest Montana Fair and Rodeo

August 20th, 2015

Flathead County Fairgrounds
265 North Meridian Road Kalispell, MT
406
http://www.nwmtfair.com/

Experience the excitement, heritage, and culture of NW Montana. With over 100 years of tradition, the NW Montana Fair & Rodeo comes alive each year in August featuring three nights of PRCA Rodeo action, live horse racing, huge concerts, carnival rides galore, and great food. Join in the fast paced excitement of Indian Relay Races or the Demolition Derby. Enjoy the squeals and thrills of Pig Wrestling as teams compete in the mud for the championship. Other fair highlights include great local talents on the free stages, the fair parade in downtown Kalispell, livestock show and sale, and more than 100 commercial exhibitors to shop. There's so much to see and do, you'll want to stay for everything! The heart of the NW Montana Fair is more than 6,000 exhibits showcasing the talents and passion of our regional residents. From quilts to mini-horses, floriculture to rabbits, you're sure to see blue ribbon displays throughout the fair. Learn tips and techniques on baking, floral arrangements, gardening, needlework, photography, wood working. Admission is only $5 and seniors or children are free everyday!

Flathead River Rodeo

August 20th, 2015

Polson Fairgrounds
Polson, Montana
http://www.polsonfai


August 20, 21 and 22. Indian National Finals Tour Rodeo, sponsored by the KwaTaqNuk Resort and Casino and the CSKT Tribes. Begins at 7PM each night with live music after the rodeo each night. Food and beverage concessions available. Vendors space available. Professional bullfighting competition each night following the rodeo performance! Admission $15 for adults, $5 for students and 6 & under are free. Voted Tour Rodeo of the year the past 3 years! Don't miss it! For more information contact Pete White or Sheila Matt at 406-883-3636

Ram PRCA Rodeo

August 20th, 2015

Flathead County Fairgrounds
265 N Meridian Rd Kalispell, MT
406-758-5810
http://nwmtfair.com/grandstand-events/

Gates Open at 6pm daily – Rodeo Starts 7:30 pm Featuring Kesler Championship Rodeo Stock, Mutton Bustin, and Relay Races

Northwest Montana Fair and Rodeo

August 21st, 2015

Flathead County Fairgrounds
265 North Meridian Road Kalispell, MT

http://www.nwmtfair.com/

Experience the excitement, heritage, and culture of NW Montana. With over 100 years of tradition, the NW Montana Fair & Rodeo comes alive each year in August featuring three nights of PRCA Rodeo action, live horse racing, huge concerts, carnival rides galore, and great food. Join in the fast paced excitement of Indian Relay Races or the Demolition Derby. Enjoy the squeals and thrills of Pig Wrestling as teams compete in the mud for the championship. Other fair highlights include great local talents on the free stages, the fair parade in downtown Kalispell, livestock show and sale, and more than 100 commercial exhibitors to shop. There's so much to see and do, you'll want to stay for everything! The heart of the NW Montana Fair is more than 6,000 exhibits showcasing the talents and passion of our regional residents. From quilts to mini-horses, floriculture to rabbits, you're sure to see blue ribbon displays throughout the fair. Learn tips and techniques on baking, floral arrangements, gardening, needlework, photography, wood working. Admission is only $5 and seniors or children are free everyday!

Flathead River Rodeo

August 21st, 2015

Polson Fairgrounds
Polson, Montana
http://www.polsonfai


August 20, 21 and 22. Indian National Finals Tour Rodeo, sponsored by the KwaTaqNuk Resort and Casino and the CSKT Tribes. Begins at 7PM each night with live music after the rodeo each night. Food and beverage concessions available. Vendors space available. Professional bullfighting competition each night following the rodeo performance! Admission $15 for adults, $5 for students and 6 & under are free. Voted Tour Rodeo of the year the past 3 years! Don't miss it! For more information contact Pete White or Sheila Matt at 406-883-3636

Ram PRCA Rodeo

August 21st, 2015

Flathead County Fairgrounds
265 N Meridian Rd Kalispell, MT
406-758-5810
http://nwmtfair.com/grandstand-events/

Gates Open at 6pm daily – Rodeo Starts 7:30 pm Featuring Kesler Championship Rodeo Stock, Mutton Bustin, and Relay Races

Northwest Montana Fair and Rodeo

August 22nd, 2015

Flathead County Fairgrounds
265 North Meridian Road Kalispell, MT

http://www.nwmtfair.com/

Experience the excitement, heritage, and culture of NW Montana. With over 100 years of tradition, the NW Montana Fair & Rodeo comes alive each year in August featuring three nights of PRCA Rodeo action, live horse racing, huge concerts, carnival rides galore, and great food. Join in the fast paced excitement of Indian Relay Races or the Demolition Derby. Enjoy the squeals and thrills of Pig Wrestling as teams compete in the mud for the championship. Other fair highlights include great local talents on the free stages, the fair parade in downtown Kalispell, livestock show and sale, and more than 100 commercial exhibitors to shop. There's so much to see and do, you'll want to stay for everything! The heart of the NW Montana Fair is more than 6,000 exhibits showcasing the talents and passion of our regional residents. From quilts to mini-horses, floriculture to rabbits, you're sure to see blue ribbon displays throughout the fair. Learn tips and techniques on baking, floral arrangements, gardening, needlework, photography, wood working. Admission is only $5 and seniors or children are free everyday!

Flathead River Rodeo

August 22nd, 2015

Polson Fairgrounds
Polson, Montana
http://www.polsonfai


August 20, 21 and 22. Indian National Finals Tour Rodeo, sponsored by the KwaTaqNuk Resort and Casino and the CSKT Tribes. Begins at 7PM each night with live music after the rodeo each night. Food and beverage concessions available. Vendors space available. Professional bullfighting competition each night following the rodeo performance! Admission $15 for adults, $5 for students and 6 & under are free. Voted Tour Rodeo of the year the past 3 years! Don't miss it! For more information contact Pete White or Sheila Matt at 406-883-3636

Ram PRCA Rodeo

August 22nd, 2015

Flathead County Fairgrounds
265 N Meridian Rd Kalispell, MT
406-758-5810
http://nwmtfair.com/grandstand-events/

Gates Open at 6pm daily – Rodeo Starts 7:30 pm Featuring Kesler Championship Rodeo Stock, Mutton Bustin, and Relay Races

Northwest Montana Fair and Rodeo

August 23rd, 2015

Flathead County Fairgrounds
265 North Meridian Road Kalispell, MT

http://www.nwmtfair.com/

Experience the excitement, heritage, and culture of NW Montana. With over 100 years of tradition, the NW Montana Fair & Rodeo comes alive each year in August featuring three nights of PRCA Rodeo action, live horse racing, huge concerts, carnival rides galore, and great food. Join in the fast paced excitement of Indian Relay Races or the Demolition Derby. Enjoy the squeals and thrills of Pig Wrestling as teams compete in the mud for the championship. Other fair highlights include great local talents on the free stages, the fair parade in downtown Kalispell, livestock show and sale, and more than 100 commercial exhibitors to shop. There's so much to see and do, you'll want to stay for everything! The heart of the NW Montana Fair is more than 6,000 exhibits showcasing the talents and passion of our regional residents. From quilts to mini-horses, floriculture to rabbits, you're sure to see blue ribbon displays throughout the fair. Learn tips and techniques on baking, floral arrangements, gardening, needlework, photography, wood working. Admission is only $5 and seniors or children are free everyday!

The Bull Thing

August 29th, 2015

Lincoln County Fairgrounds
66121 MT-37 Eureka, MT
406-297-0518


The association’s most popular event features some of the best Bull Riding around! ‘The Bull Thing’ is held during the Lincoln County Fair August 29, 2015 at 7 pm at the Lincoln County Fairgrounds as well. Every year thousands of spectators come to Eureka from all over the country to see 30 bull riders get 2 rides each and a chance to make the Top Ten finals. Great fun for the whole family as our Clowns and Bull Thing announcer are always sure to humor the crowd.

Southern Tier

Mineral County Fair and Rodeo

August 6th, 2015

Mineral County Fairgrounds
631 5th Ave E Superior, MT
406-822-4891


Mineral County (Superior, MT) provides an old-fashioned country fair with lots of cowboy spirit and homespun charm. NRA-sanctioned evening rodeos for westerners, plus shows and livestock competition for the ‘kid' in us all.

Mineral County Fair and Rodeo

August 7th, 2015

Mineral County Fairgrounds
631 5th Ave E Superior, MT
406-822-4891


Mineral County (Superior, MT) provides an old-fashioned country fair with lots of cowboy spirit and homespun charm. NRA-sanctioned evening rodeos for westerners, plus shows and livestock competition for the ‘kid' in us all.

Mineral County Fair and Rodeo

August 8th, 2015

Mineral County Fairgrounds
631 5th Ave E Superior, MT
406-822-4891


Mineral County (Superior, MT) provides an old-fashioned country fair with lots of cowboy spirit and homespun charm. NRA-sanctioned evening rodeos for westerners, plus shows and livestock competition for the ‘kid' in us all.

Western Montana Fair and Rodeo

August 11th, 2015

Western Montana Fairgrounds
1101 South Ave West Missoula, MT
406-721-3247
http://www.missoulafairgrounds.com/

Celebrate summer at Missoula's Annual Fair and Rodeo, featuring 4-H Exhibits and livestock, free daily entertainment, commercial displays, great food vendors, a Demolition Derby and the Missoula Stampede PRCA Rodeo.

Western Montana Fair and Rodeo

August 13th, 2015

Western Montana Fairgrounds
1101 South Ave West Missoula, MT
406-721-3247
http://www.missoulafairgrounds.com/

Celebrate summer at Missoula's Annual Fair and Rodeo, featuring 4-H Exhibits and livestock, free daily entertainment, commercial displays, great food vendors, a Demolition Derby and the Missoula Stampede PRCA Rodeo. The Fair is a grand tradition offering the best of an eleven county region in agriculture, education, history, and family entertainment while showcasing new technology and science. This six day event features 4-H Exhibits and livestock, carnival rides, night shows, free daily entertainment, commercial displays, great food vendors, a Demolition Derby, Professional Bull Riding and the Missoula Stampede PRCA Rodeo. Come and see Western Montana’s best floriculture event consisting of five distinctly different shows. Fine Arts, Photography, Home Arts and Culinary displays can be found throughout the fairgrounds. The Western Montana Fair is a very important part of the Missoula City and County economic structure bringing over 60,000 participants into mid-town Missoula. The food concessionaires contribute their proceeds to 115 non-profits and last year the Fair paid over $16,000 to civic groups including: Kiwanis Clubs, Ice Skating Clubs, Southside Lions, Car Clubs, Boy Scouts, and the Missoula Exchange Club for assisting with services needed to produce the Fair. The Western Montana Fair and Rodeo is held at the Missoula Fairgrounds Events Center located on the corner of Russell Street and South Avenue in Missoula during the second week of August every year.

Western Montana Fair and Rodeo

August 14th, 2015

Western Montana Fairgrounds
1101 South Ave West Missoula, MT
406-721-3247
http://www.missoulafairgrounds.com/

Celebrate summer at Missoula's Annual Fair and Rodeo, featuring 4-H Exhibits and livestock, free daily entertainment, commercial displays, great food vendors, a Demolition Derby and the Missoula Stampede PRCA Rodeo. The Fair is a grand tradition offering the best of an eleven county region in agriculture, education, history, and family entertainment while showcasing new technology and science. This six day event features 4-H Exhibits and livestock, carnival rides, night shows, free daily entertainment, commercial displays, great food vendors, a Demolition Derby, Professional Bull Riding and the Missoula Stampede PRCA Rodeo. Come and see Western Montana’s best floriculture event consisting of five distinctly different shows. Fine Arts, Photography, Home Arts and Culinary displays can be found throughout the fairgrounds. The Western Montana Fair is a very important part of the Missoula City and County economic structure bringing over 60,000 participants into mid-town Missoula. The food concessionaires contribute their proceeds to 115 non-profits and last year the Fair paid over $16,000 to civic groups including: Kiwanis Clubs, Ice Skating Clubs, Southside Lions, Car Clubs, Boy Scouts, and the Missoula Exchange Club for assisting with services needed to produce the Fair. The Western Montana Fair and Rodeo is held at the Missoula Fairgrounds Events Center located on the corner of Russell Street and South Avenue in Missoula during the second week of August every year.

Western Montana Fair and Rodeo

August 15th, 2015

Western Montana Fairgrounds
1101 South Ave West Missoula, MT
406-721-3247
http://www.missoulafairgrounds.com/

Celebrate summer at Missoula's Annual Fair and Rodeo, featuring 4-H Exhibits and livestock, free daily entertainment, commercial displays, great food vendors, a Demolition Derby and the Missoula Stampede PRCA Rodeo. The Fair is a grand tradition offering the best of an eleven county region in agriculture, education, history, and family entertainment while showcasing new technology and science. This six day event features 4-H Exhibits and livestock, carnival rides, night shows, free daily entertainment, commercial displays, great food vendors, a Demolition Derby, Professional Bull Riding and the Missoula Stampede PRCA Rodeo. Come and see Western Montana’s best floriculture event consisting of five distinctly different shows. Fine Arts, Photography, Home Arts and Culinary displays can be found throughout the fairgrounds. The Western Montana Fair is a very important part of the Missoula City and County economic structure bringing over 60,000 participants into mid-town Missoula. The food concessionaires contribute their proceeds to 115 non-profits and last year the Fair paid over $16,000 to civic groups including: Kiwanis Clubs, Ice Skating Clubs, Southside Lions, Car Clubs, Boy Scouts, and the Missoula Exchange Club for assisting with services needed to produce the Fair. The Western Montana Fair and Rodeo is held at the Missoula Fairgrounds Events Center located on the corner of Russell Street and South Avenue in Missoula during the second week of August every year.

Western Montana Fair and Rodeo

August 16th, 2015

Western Montana Fairgrounds
1101 South Ave West Missoula, MT
406-721-3247
http://www.missoulafairgrounds.com/

Celebrate summer at Missoula's Annual Fair and Rodeo, featuring 4-H Exhibits and livestock, free daily entertainment, commercial displays, great food vendors, a Demolition Derby and the Missoula Stampede PRCA Rodeo.

Ravailli County Fair and Rodeo

September 2nd, 2015

Ravailli County Fairgrounds
100 Old Corvallis Road Hamilton, MT
406-363-3411
http://ravalli.us/Calendar.aspx?EID=1212

"Sew it, Grow it, Show it" is this years theme. Great entertainment throughout the grounds all day and night. Come hungry, its not everyday you get to treat yourself to fair food!

Sanders County Fair and Rodeo

September 3rd, 2015

Sanders County Fairgrounds
30 River Road Plains, MT
406-826-3202
http://www.sanderscountyfair.com/

Thursday, September 3rd through the Sunday, September 6th September 3rd – 8:00 p.m. – PRCA Bull Riding September 4th and 5th – 8:00 p.m. – PRCA Rodeo September 6th – 7:00 p.m. – Demolition Derby For our visitors – dogs are not allowed on the fair’s midways. There are no exceptions to this rule. If you bring your dog onto the grassy midways, you’ll be asked to take your pet back to your vehicle.

Ravailli County Fair and Rodeo

September 3rd, 2015

Ravailli County Fairgrounds
100 Old Corvallis Road Hamilton, MT
406-363-3411
http://ravalli.us/Calendar.aspx?EID=1212

"Sew it, Grow it, Show it" is this years theme. Great entertainment throughout the grounds all day and night. Come hungry, its not everyday you get to treat yourself to fair food!

Sanders County Fair and Rodeo

September 4th, 2015

Sanders County Fairgrounds
30 River Road Plains, MT
406-826-3202
http://www.sanderscountyfair.com/

Thursday, September 3rd through the Sunday, September 6th September 3rd – 8:00 p.m. – PRCA Bull Riding September 4th and 5th – 8:00 p.m. – PRCA Rodeo September 6th – 7:00 p.m. – Demolition Derby For our visitors – dogs are not allowed on the fair’s midways. There are no exceptions to this rule. If you bring your dog onto the grassy midways, you’ll be asked to take your pet back to your vehicle.

Ravailli County Fair and Rodeo

September 4th, 2015

Ravailli County Fairgrounds
100 Old Corvallis Road Hamilton, MT
406-363-3411
http://ravalli.us/Calendar.aspx?EID=1212

"Sew it, Grow it, Show it" is this years theme. Great entertainment throughout the grounds all day and night. Come hungry, its not everyday you get to treat yourself to fair food!

Sanders County Fair and Rodeo

September 5th, 2015

Sanders County Fairgrounds
30 River Road Plains, MT
406-826-3202
http://www.sanderscountyfair.com/

Thursday, September 3rd through the Sunday, September 6th September 3rd – 8:00 p.m. – PRCA Bull Riding September 4th and 5th – 8:00 p.m. – PRCA Rodeo September 6th – 7:00 p.m. – Demolition Derby For our visitors – dogs are not allowed on the fair’s midways. There are no exceptions to this rule. If you bring your dog onto the grassy midways, you’ll be asked to take your pet back to your vehicle.

Ravailli County Fair and Rodeo

September 5th, 2015

Ravailli County Fairgrounds
100 Old Corvallis Road Hamilton, MT
406-363-3411
http://ravalli.us/Calendar.aspx?EID=1212

"Sew it, Grow it, Show it" is this years theme. Great entertainment throughout the grounds all day and night. Come hungry, its not everyday you get to treat yourself to fair food!

Sanders County Fair and Rodeo

September 6th, 2015

Sanders County Fairgrounds
30 River Road Plains, MT
406-826-3202
http://www.sanderscountyfair.com/

Thursday, September 3rd through the Sunday, September 6th September 3rd – 8:00 p.m. – PRCA Bull Riding September 4th and 5th – 8:00 p.m. – PRCA Rodeo September 6th – 7:00 p.m. – Demolition Derby For our visitors – dogs are not allowed on the fair’s midways. There are no exceptions to this rule. If you bring your dog onto the grassy midways, you’ll be asked to take your pet back to your vehicle.

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