Connect with us

Rodeo

Gilbert Days Rodeo 2020

Saddle up because it’s rodeo time in Gilbert, Arizona! That’s right folks, The Gilbert Promotional Corporation (GPC) is proud to present the Gilbert Days Rodeo 2020. This homegrown extravaganza has been a staple of Gilbert, Arizona since 1978. With a goal to promote family values, Gilbert’s western heritage, and the love of community, the Gilbert Days Rodeo is your one-stop-shop for rodeo action, community celebration, and downright fun!


Once known as “The Hay Capital of the World,” Gilbert, Arizona was founded on agriculture. Land that once grew acres of hay is now home to new restaurants, bars, and shopping districts. However, as Gilbert expands, one thing holds true and that is Gilbert, Arizona’s western heritage. Today, Gilbert celebrates its rich history each November with the month-long “Gilbert Days” celebration. Festivals, a parade, and the Gilbert Days Rodeo 2020 are just a few of the activities community members can attend and participate in.

2019 Gilbert Days Pony Express Ride

The Gilbert Promotional Corporation is the engine behind the vastly successful and popular Gilbert Days Rodeo. Made up entirely of volunteers, this Non-Profit Organization has been organizing, maintaining, and producing the Gilbert Days Rodeo since 1978.

This year’s celebration is focused on honoring Gilbert’s Hometown Heroes. Through patriotic drill performances by the Cowgirls Historical Foundation, to Old Glory flying through the arena held by Gilbert Day’s Rodeo Queen Tatum Lance and Teen Queen Anna Butler, the GPC is proud to honor the first responders, veterans, and other hometown heroes that “Kick Up Kindness” and make Gilbert, Arizona so special.

2019 Gilbert Days Drill Performance Team, the Cowgirls Historical Foundation

Located at Welcome Home Ranch, the GPC is doing just that! Welcoming visitors and locals alike, “home” to Gilbert for a weekend chock-full of activity. Whether you prefer exploring the vendor shops, grabbing a bite to eat and a cold drink to sip, or cheering in the stands, the Gilbert Days Rodeo has something for everyone to enjoy.

The action kicks off Friday, November 20th with the first performance of three during rodeo weekend. Friday also marks the beginning of the Gilbert Days Lil’ Dudes Rodeo. Come on out and cheer on cowboys and cowgirls big and small at both exciting events.

Looking for the full schedule? Cowboy Lifestyle Network has you covered!

Gilbert Days Rodeo Schedule

Friday, November 20, 2020              Gates open at 5pm / Performance at 7pm

Saturday, November 21, 2020          Gates open at 3pm / Performance at 5pm

Sunday, November 22, 2020               Gates open at 12pm / Performance at 2pm

Gilbert Days Lil’ Dudes Rodeo Schedule

Friday, November 20, 2020              Sign up at 4pm / Performance at 5pm

Saturday, November 21, 2020          Sign up at 2pm / Performance at 3pm

Sunday, November 22, 2022               Sign up at 11am / Performance at 12pm

Tickets can be purchased online HERE and at the rodeo gate prior to each performance. Ticket prices are as follows:

Gilbert Days Rodeo Ticket Prices

Child (age 7-15, children 6 and under are free)                      $12.00

Adults (age 16-55)                                                                         $18.00

Seniors (age 55 and up)                                                               $12.00

Military and Veterans (with ID)                                                 FREE

Family Pack (6 tickets / available online ONLY)                   $70.00

The fun doesn’t stop when the last bull in the arena bucks! After Friday and Saturday’s performances, cruise on over to Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row in Downtown Gilbert for the Gilbert Days Rodeo Dance. Bring your rodeo ticket and receive drink discounts!

The Gilbert Promotional Corporation is proud to invite you to the 2020 Gilbert Days Rodeo! Come join the GPC and Cowboy Lifestyle Network as we celebrate a weekend full of rodeo thrills, spills, and action!

CLN Community & Event Sponsor

Peter the "Cowboy" is a gunslinger style writer from Bismark, North Dakota. Controversy is his middle name. He loves the cowboy lifestyle and being an American.

More in Rodeo