July 19-28, 2024
Cheyenne Frontier Days™ (CFD) will put tickets for the 2024 event on sale December 7. Tickets for the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) Rodeo, PBR (Professional Bull Riders) Last Cowboy Standing, Carnival Armbands and Gift Cards (redeemable for tickets or merchandise) will go on sale.
Tickets go on sale December 7 at 9 a.m. MT at www.cfdrodeo.com, and by calling (307) 778-7222.
Cheyenne Frontier Days will celebrate the Year of the Cowgirl to recognize the contributions of women to the American Frontier and Western culture. A bronze dedication is planned for Frontier Park to support this theme next summer.
The 128th annual “Daddy of ‘em All®” will feature nine days of fast-paced PRCA and WPRA rodeo culminating in Championship Sunday where champions are crowned, and legends are made.
PBR Last Cowboy Standing features one of the most exciting competition formats in Western sports, showcasing the world’s top bull riders in a five-round ride-survive-and-advance format.
There will be hundreds of vendors, a full carnival, artists, food, and music celebrating the history and culture of the American West.
Daily rodeo tickets range from $24 – $51, with VIP at additional cost. A $3 discount is offered on rodeo tickets purchased before July 1. PBR tickets range from $25 – $105. Carnival Armbands will be $40 per session or $150 for all 10 days.
Cheyenne Frontier Days partners with AXS, a global leader in ticketing for the entertainment world. Event attendees will use AXS Mobile ID technology through the AXS App which provides contactless, secure, and personalized fan experiences. Attendees will need to download the AXS App to access digital ticket purchases for 2024.
Artist Announcements are coming in March 2024. For the full range of pricing and more event information, please visit www.cfdrodeo.com.
The 17th Annual Dinner and Auction to benefit the Cheyenne Frontier Days (CFD) volunteers through the CFD Volunteer Crisis Fund (VCF) will return, February 17, 2024, at Little America in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Ella Langley will be providing entertainment at the dinner, her music kicks like a smooth Alabama whiskey. Her dyed-in-the-wool country storytelling and anthemic hooks go down easy, while moments of attitude-laden rock ‘n’ roll might just knock you on the floor. Flexing show stopping vocals, a razor-sharp pen, and no filter whatsoever, Ms. Langley formally introduces her signature style on her 2023 debut EP, Excuse The Mess [Columbia Records/Sony Music Nashville], introduced by the single “That’s Why We Fight” [feat. Koe Wetzel].
“Never let your lack of experience hold you back. Set a high standard. If you think big, you win big.” states Jeremy Lopez, President Volunteer Crisis Fund. The VCF Board of Directors are thinking big to make the upcoming banquet a moment in time you will not forget!
The board of directors are in the process of gathering items to be auctioned off for the event. All the proceeds will benefit the CFD volunteers.
“Each of the board members would like to thank the donors and businesses who contribute items to the auction. Your contributions make such an incredible impact every year, the event would not be the same without you” said Dawn McDonnell, Director of Marketing.
Tickets go on sale Black Friday, November 24, 2023, online through VCF website at www.cfdvcf.com.
The CFD Volunteer Crisis Fund is a non-profit established for the purpose to provide emergency monetary assistance to the Cheyenne Frontier Days Family when they are faced with a tragic or catastrophic loss. For more information, the VCF can be reached at email@example.com.
Not quite 100 years ago, a small group of local women first started the carriages’ section of what is known today as the Cheyenne Frontier Days Grand Parades. On Thursday, September 7 at 5 p.m., they will host a ribbon cutting for a permanent home for their 1,500+ costumes, inside the Marietta Dineen Carriage Barn which also permanently houses the 60+ wagons and carriages seen in the four Grand Parades.
Originally a small group of ladies working to find riders, outfit them in appropriate costumes, and assign them to specific carriages, the W-Heels as they are known today will finally have a permanent home for their costumes with the opening of the Louise and Frank Cole Costume Room within the Marietta Dineen Carriage Barn.
As their 1890’s period costume collection has grown, finding space for 1,500+ women’s and men’s authentic apparel as well as 500 hats, bicycles, saddles and more from the 1890s, it became apparent the collection needed a dedicated space.
In the past 40 years, the W-Heels have moved their costume collection over seven times to include the basement of a dry-cleaning business and an abandoned gas station. With a generous gift from Louise and Frank Cole, both associated with the Cheyenne Frontier Days Grand Parades for much of their lives, the historic costumes will now be in a temperature-controlled area complete with dressing rooms, workspace to maintain the costumes, and office space to facilitate the checking in and out of costumes in and out for use in the parades.
The unofficial start of Cheyenne Frontier Days will kick off July 15 with rodeo qualifiers. The Daddy of ‘em All Rodeo is a modified, tournament-style format. Timed events will have qualifying rounds to make it into the rodeo performances beginning July 22. Rodeo qualifiers are free to the public.
On Sunday, July 16 CFD will round up bucking horses from the pasture north of Cheyenne along I-25, and through the city streets into Frontier Park. The roundup begins at approximately 8 a.m. at the intersection of I-25 & Horse Creek Road north of the city. It then moves along I-25 on the Eastern frontage road to Hynds Blvd., turns south to Central Ave., to Kennedy Road, and then moves from Kennedy Road to Hynds Blvd., and into Frontier Park.
Approximate arrival times at the following areas are as follows:
Please note: The Wyoming Highway Patrol will not allow parking along I-25 at any time during the Roundup. Central Ave., between Kennedy Road and Hynds Blvd., will be closed while horses are on Central Ave.
(Cheyenne, WY) – Ivan L. Moody, best known as the lead singer and songwriter for critically acclaimed, platinum selling hard Rock band, “Five Finger Death Punch, has officially moved to Cheyenne, WY. The artist, actor, and entrepreneur is excited to announce the grand opening of his two businesses – Moody’s Rock Stop and Ciara Coral.
Moody’s Rock Stop is a rock & roll-based convenience store & fueling station which is designed for everyday “recharging.” The musically themed stop-and-shop, located at 901 W. Pershing Blvd., will also sell the Rock star’s personal line of specialized products and become the only gas station in the military town to offer a discount to current and former armed service members, for which Ivan is a proud advocate for.
Ciara Coral is an intensive outpatient facility that focuses on treating addiction and mental health disorders. The facility is located at 433 E. 19th St. #2 and will offer personalized treatment plans for each individual. Ivan has been open about his struggles with addiction and mental health and hopes to help others by opening this facility.
To celebrate the grand opening of these two businesses, Ivan will be hosting a special block party-style event on Saturday, July 15, from 1 to 5 p.m. The celebration will feature live music, food trucks, and chances to win free tickets to Five Finger Death Punch’s show with Papa Roach at Cheyenne Frontier Days.
This exciting grand opening event is open to the public, and everyone is invited to attend. As an added bonus, a select group of fans and community members will be chosen to attend a private ceremony at a later date, where Ivan will be given a Key to the City for his incredible contributions to the community.
“I would like to use this opportunity/grand opening to introduce myself to my newfound family – the city of Cheyenne. Both of these new ventures mean so much to me and I can’t wait to celebrate with everyone!”, said Ivan Moody. For more information about Moody’s Rock Stop and Ciara Coral please attend the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony July 15 at Moody’s Rock Stop – 901 W. Pershing Blvd. Cheyenne, WY 82001.
Cheyenne Frontier Days owns one of the world’s largest collections of horse-drawn carriages; and will be hosting a Wagon & Parts Auction on Saturday, May 13 at 10 a.m. on Frontier Park. Featured items are: Auto Seat Runabout, Piano Runabout, Wire Wheel Sulky, Road Wagon, Cutter/Portland Sleigh, Auto Seat Sleigh, Pneumatic Tire Sulky, Side Bar Top Buggy, Road Cart, Drop-Front Pheaton, Misc Wagon Parts and Wheels.
Interested bidders should arrive at 9 a.m to preview lots and register. Payments can be made via card only.
Help will be available to load items on the same day. Items will be sold as is. All items must be picked up between 8 a.m-4 p.m. before Friday, May 19 or the items could be considered abandoned unless other arrangements have been made.
Auction will be held at Barn 13. Take Entrance V12 off of Hynds Avenue and follow the signs.
Cheyenne Frontier Days™ announced the 2023 Frontier Nights® entertainment series tonight. The Professional Bull Riders (PBR) will return with its Team Series event and the complete concert schedule was released. In addition, the 127th annual “Daddy of ‘em All®” will feature nine days of PRCA professional rodeo that will conclude with Championship Sunday, where champions are crowned, and legends are made.
Concert tickets will go on sale March 15 at 9 a.m. MDT at www.cfdrodeo.com. The Cheyenne Frontier Days Ticket Office will not be open for in-person sales on March 15 to accommodate purchase volume. The ticket office will re-open for in-person sales at 9 a.m. MDT on March 16.
“We are happy to be here sharing these names for this summer with all of you,” Contract Acts Chairman Scott Lewis said. “We can’t wait to see you all out here in July!”
The PBR Team Series 11-event season will include a three-day homestand event hosted by each of the eight teams. The 2023 season will begin in Cheyenne and will culminate in the 2023 Team Series Championship at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on October 20 – 22.
There will be hundreds of vendors, a full carnival, artists, food and music that celebrate the history and culture of the American West.
Concert ticket prices range from $77 – $107, rooftop starts at $200. Daily rodeo tickets range from $23 – $48, rooftop starts at $100. PBR tickets range from $25 – $105.
A $3 discount is offered on rodeo tickets and $5 discount on concert tickets purchased before July 1.
Fans can upgrade to a Frontier Nights® Fast Pass for early admission to the Party Zone, a voucher for best-available same-day rodeo tickets and a souvenir rodeo program. For a full events schedule and profiles of musical acts, go to www.cfdrodeo.com.
The CFD Ticket Office is the only authorized source of tickets for our event. All tickets for all concerts will go on-sale March 15 at 9 a.m. MDT
July 21: Eric Church with Paul Cauthen
July 22: Old Dominion with Chase Rice
July 23: Zach Bryan
July 24-25: Professional Bull Riders – Team Series
July 26: Five Finger Death Punch with Papa Roach
July 27: Tim McGraw with Kip Moore
July 28: Jon Pardi with Carly Pearce
July 29: Cody Johnson with Whiskey Myers
July 22-30: PRCA Rodeo Action
Planning for the 2023 Cheyenne Frontier Days is underway, with the concert announcement coming on March 2!
When choosing concerts this year, keep things simple and safe by purchasing your tickets directly from cfdrodeo.com. When it comes to enjoying the star-studded, Cheyenne Frontier Days lineup this year, there’s only one party and it’s NOT third-party! Avoid ticket scalpers on third-party services, by buying from us.
Tickets range from $23-$48 for rodeo, $25-$105 for PBR, and $77-$107 for concerts. If you see higher prices, then it’s not directly from Cheyenne Frontier Days. V.I.P. tickets will range from $100-$300 and will be sold only through the Cheyenne Frontier Days.
Speaking of tickets… here’s an insider tip: Save the date for Zach Bryan, one of the hottest young stars to come around on July 23!
Cheyenne Frontier Days concert tickets will go on sale to the public on March 15.
The Cheyenne Frontier Days Dandies will be conducting a clinic on Sunday, January 29 at 5 p.m. at the Laramie County Community College (LCCC) Arena. It is highly recommended that interested candidates attend the clinic.
Dandies Tryouts will be conducted on Sunday, February 5 at the LCCC Arena. Interviews begin at 3 p.m. and horsemanship evaluations begin at 5 p.m. The horse used at tryouts must be the horse intended for the entirety of the program year.
All applicants must sign waivers and wear helmets if they are under the age of 18. Clinic and tryouts are open to high school women ages 14 to 19. Must be age 14 by June 1, 2023.
Questions can be referred to Halley Redman at email firstname.lastname@example.org