Beaver Creek Rodeo

Dust off your cowboy boots and tack on some spurs for the 17th Annual Beaver Creek Rodeo Series presented by the Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa. The Beaver Creek Rodeo features the full line up of classic rodeo events and activities that the whole family can enjoy!  

Schedule

June 21st - June 28th - July 5th - July 12th - July 19th - August 2nd - August 9th


Schedule of Events

2:30-4:30 p.m. – Gold Dust Rodeo Festival 

4:30 p.m. – Shuttle pick-up from Beaver Creek Village 

6:00 p.m. – Grand Entry 

6:10 p.m. – Saddle Bronc Riding  

6:20 p.m. – Team Roping

6:35 p.m. – Bareback Bronc Riding 

6:45 p.m.  – Calf Scramble

7:00 p.m.  – Barrel Racing

7:15 p.m.  – Mutton Bustin’

7:30 p.m – Bulloon Stampede 

7:45 p.m.  – Burro Racing

8:00 p.m. – Bull Riding

8:00-8:30 p.m. – Shuttle pick-up from Beaver Creek Rodeo 

 

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Event Details:

Gold Dust Rodeo Festival

Location: Beaver Creek Village Plaza
Time: 2:30 - 4:30 p.m.
Cost: Complimentary
Description: The official pre-party of the Rodeo, The Gold Dust Rodeo Festival brings that uniquely Beaver Creek touch to a celebration of Colorado's western identity with vendors, exhibits, music and family-friendly activities. Check in early for the Rodeo and receive a commemorative gift before taking a complimentary shuttle down to the Rodeo. The shuttle will pick up attendees at 4:30 p.m. at the bottom of the escalators leading to the Vilar Performing Arts Center.
 
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: 5-12 years of age 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: 3 years of age or older, 50 lbs or less, 50” or less and a 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 prize!
 
Burro Racing
Cost: Complimentary
Requirements: 16 or older and a signed waiver (parent or guardian signature for participants under 18 years of age)
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: 10-17 years of age and a signed waiver by a parent or guardian
Description: 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!

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.

Tickets:

Note: Tickets can either be purchased online 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

Additional offerings include preferred seating, private bar and upgraded restroom facilities.  
Adult - $27.00 
Children (12 years old and under) – FREE 
 
Gold Spur Club

Additional offerings include designated parking, private prime viewing, two complimentary drinks, Western-inspired small plates, and a commemorative Beaver Creek Rodeo gift.
Adult - $100.00
Youth (20 years and under) - $40.00

Purchase Tickets
Note: Check back here a week before the event for the link to purchase tickets!
 
Online - sales end at 4:30 p.m. on the day of the event

In Beaver Creek Village:
Summer Adventure Center - sold during operating hours until 2:30 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 starting at 4:45 p.m. on the day of the event

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VIP Lodging Package

Elevate your stay in Beaver Creek by adding VIP tickets to the 17th Annual Beaver Creek Rodeo Series. Thursday nights at the Beaver Creek Rodeo feature the full line up of classic rodeo events and activities that the whole family can enjoy!

Package includes two adult VIP tickets to a rodeo date of your choice. Additional tickets can be added during checkout process. 

Rodeo dates: June 21st - June 28th - July 5th - July 12th - July 19th - August 2nd - August 9th

Book online or call (888) 248-5027 to speak to one of our vacation experts today. 
 
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FAQ:

How do I get there?
The Beaver Creek Rodeo is located in Avon just east of the Chapel Square and City Market shopping centers. 

Where do I park or how do I get around? 
Parking is complimentary at the Rodeo. Additionally, there is a complimentary shuttle service to and from Beaver Creek Resort. 

Where should I stay?
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What is not permitted?
Smoking and pets are not permitted within the event boundaries. 

Do I need a physical ticket?
No, you can download the ticket attachment from the confirmation email and it can be scanned via your mobile device. 

Are tickets refundable?
Tickets are non-refundable, but can be transferred. 

Can I purchase tickets day of?
Tickets can be purchased:
- Online until 4:30 p.m. 
- At the Summer Adventure Center from 9:30AM – 2:30 p.m.
- Beaver Creek Rodeo starting at 4:45 p.m. 

Will there be a lost and found? 
Click here for Guest Services. 

Are the Rodeo Grounds ADA Accessible?
Yes, the Rodeo Grounds are ADA accessible, and there are handicap parking spots, at the East Entrance. 

Can a show be rained out?
The Rodeo occurs rain or shine – there may be delays due to adverse weather conditions.   

I have a special announcement request – who should I send it to?
Click here to email us. 

I have a group or private event inquiry – who should I send it to? 
Click here to email us. 

Why is there no Rodeo on July 26th?
There is no Beaver Creek Rodeo during the Eagle County Fair & Rodeo.

Questions or Concerns?
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