The annual San Juan Stampede Monticello Rodeo will be held on Thursday, June 7 through Saturday, June 9, 2018, at 117 East Main in Monticello in southeast Utah.
Enjoy the thrill of action-packed events where you witness wild west daring and challenging feats, tests of true grit, fast-paced athletic heroics, amazing horse and rider teamwork, and good-natured fun that have been the same since the wild west days of the first American rodeos of the late 1800s.
- Friday – Adults: $12.00 – Children (4 – 12): $7.00
- Saturday – Adults: $14.00 – Children (4 – 12): $7.00
- Two Day Pass – Adults: $22.00 – Children (4 – 12): $10.00
This rodeo is sanctioned by the PRCA and the WPRA. The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA), is the largest and oldest of the world’s rodeo-sanctioning bodies and is the leader in professional rodeo. It is headquartered in Colorado Springs. The Women’s Professional Rodeo Association (WPRA) is the oldest women’s professional association and is dedicated to the advancement and promotion of women in rodeo.
Covering the PRCA San Juan Stampede Monticello Rodeo will be the Ak-Chin Indian Community, the Earnhardt Auto Centers, Papa John’s Road Team, and the Cowboy Lifestyle Network, which is the leading community and online source for everything that is Western and Country. For more information, please visit their website at https://cowboylifestylenetwork.comn.
For More Information
- Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association
- Website: http://www.prorodeo.com/
- San Juan Stampede Pro Rodeo
- Website: http://anjuanstampedeprorodeo.com/
- Women’s Professional Rodeo Association
- Website: http://www.wpra.com/
Visit the City When Not at the Monticello Rodeo
At a 7,000 feet elevation and located on the Colorado Plateau, Monticello, the second most populous of San Juan County cities, has cool summers, colorful falls, and snow-covered winters. Twelve national parks and monuments surround the town, and fantastic vistas overlook what is reported to be some of the world’s most beautiful country.
Canyon Country Discovery Center
This Four Corners School of Outdoor Education’s new 48-acre campus, is located 1.5 miles north of Monticello in the Abajos Mountains among mountain streams, red rock canyons, ancient Puebloan ruins, and rock art. The Center offers hands-on education classes, learning stations, interactive learning exhibits, workshops, programs, field trips, professional development training, science projects, picnic pavilions, and more. Tours and guided hikes range from half-day to week-long outings.
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