Summer means Rodeo in Montana and one of the best little Rodeo's you're going to find anywhere in the country is in Big Timber.

The Big Timber Weekly Rodeo started out as a way to save a small town from the economic effects of the Covid-19 Pandemic. Local people coming together to provide hope for a community has resulted into a weekly summer event that is fun for the entire family.

The Big Timber Weekly Rodeo has been voted the number one rated small town PRCA Rodeo in the state.  With all of your favorites like Bull Riding, Bronc Busting, Barrel Racing, World-Class Rodeo Clowns, and not to mention live music, do yourself a favor and head on over to Big Timber.

This week (Tonight), the Big Timber Rodeo continues to give back with all proceeds from the concessions, raffles, and donations going to the Shriner's Children Hospital in Spokane. The Spokane Shriners Hospital helps children from Montana, Idaho, Washington, Alaska, and Canada.

Shriners Spoken via Facebook and Monasmith, Kristin

Plus, the Shriners will be present to entertain the crowd.

Big Timber Rodeo via jsrodeocompany

Tickets are available by going to JSrodeocompany.com or by going to the Big Timber Weekly Rodeo Facebook page. Each week the Big Timber Weekly Rodeo originates from the Sweetgrass County Fairgrounds with the action kicking off at 7 pm.

As always, Children 10 years and younger are free.

All the action happens Tonight at the Big Timber Weekly Rodeo!

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