Beaver Creek Rodeo

RODEO DATES:

June 21
June 28
July 5
July 12
July 19
August 2
August 9


Schedule of Events:

2:30 p.m. – Gold Dust Rodeo Festival
4:30 p.m. – Shuttle Pick-Up, Beaver Creek Village to Rodeo Grounds
5:00 p.m. – Gates Open
6-8 p.m. – Rodeo
8:15 p.m. – Shuttle Pick-Up, Rodeo Grounds to Beaver Creek Village

TICKETS:
Note: Tickets can either be purchased a week in advance or at the event.

GA Admission

  • Includes admittance to the Rodeo grounds: arena viewing, vendor access, kids’ activities and more!

  • Adult - $22.00

  • Senior (ages 65 and over) - $17.00

  • Youth (13-17 years of age) - $12.00

  • Children (12 years old and under) - FREE

VIP Admission

  • Includes all of the above with an added VIP experience: preferred seating, private bar and upgraded restroom facilities. 

  • Adult - $27.00

  • Children (12 years old and under) – FREE
     

Purchase Tickets
Note: Check back here a week before the event for the link to purchase tickets!

Online - Sales end at 3 p.m. on the day of the event

In Beaver Creek Village :

  • Summer Adventure Center - sold during operating hours starting 1 week in advance until 3 p.m. on the day of the event

  • Gold Dust Rodeo Festival - sold from 2:30 - 4:30 p.m. on the day of the event

  • At The Beaver Creek Rodeo - Purchase tickets at the door only starting at 4:45 p.m. on the day of the event

FOR LODGING, CLICK HERE.

EVENT DETAILS:

Audience Participation Events
Note: Space is limited and filled on a first come, first served basis. Please sign up at the information booth upon entry.

Calf Scramble

  • Cost: Complimentary

  • Requirements: Ages 5-12 and signed waiver by a parent or guardian

  • Description: 100 kids will enter the arena and chase down a group of friendly calves. The first five buckaroos to pull a ribbon from the calves’ tails win a prize!

Mutton Bustin’

  • Cost: $25

  • Requirements: Ages 3 or older, weighing less than 50lbs and signed waiver by a parent or guardian

  • Description: 15 of the youngest cowboys and cowgirls show their stuff in this rodeo favorite. The buckaroo who holds onto his or her wild-n-wooly- sheep the longest brings home a trophy!

Burro Racing

  • Cost: Complimentary

  • Requirements: 18 or older and a signed waiver

  • Description: 3 teams consisting of 3 people test their abilities by pushing, pulling & riding their burro from one end of the arena and back!

BULLoon Stampede - New Activity to 2018!

  • Cost: Complimentary

  • Requirements: Ages 13-17 and a signed waiver by a parent or guardian

  • Description: You and your friends will be set loose in a balloon obstacle course in the center of the Beaver Creek Rodeo Arena. Each contestant will be fitted with a helmet and horns and, when the whistle blows, use their horns to pop as many balloons as possible before the clock runs out! Whoever pops the most balloons wins a prize.

RODEO EVENTS
Ranch Saddle Bronc Riding
  • Ranch Saddle is an iconic Rodeo staple - 8 seconds of vicious riding, unless, of course, the bronc wins! The rider can be disqualified for many infractions including: pulling leather (holding onto the saddle), changing hands on the rein, wrapping the rein around his hand or losing a stirrup. The horse must be saddled exactly as it would be for ranch work. No rodeo saddles here!

Bareback Bronc Riding

  • To win this event, the cowboy must hang on to the bucking bronco with just one hand and endure 8 long seconds of whiplash, whirling, and twirling. Nothing stands between the horse and the cowboy – no reins, no stirrups, not even a saddle!

Team Roping

  • Two cowboys, a header and a heeler work together to catch a steer as fast as possible, earning points for their skill and speed.

Barrel Racing

  • Elegant riding and precise timing are the keys to winning this intense competition which consists of sprinting into the arena and tightly turning a cloverleaf pattern around three barrels.

Bull Riding

  • In this dangerous event, bull riders must overcome 2,000 lbs of angry animal angst for 8 exciting seconds. A loose rope and the cowboy’s one-handed steely grip are all that hold the rider to the beast.

Date: 

Thursday, June 21, 2018 to Thursday, August 9, 2018