After a year off with the Pandemic, the 2021 Bozeman Stampede came roaring back to life!

For the first time in Bozeman Stampede's history, Thursday Night was a complete sell-out, followed by massive crowds on Friday and Saturday Nights, which resulted in all three nights being sellouts, a Stampede first!

Not only were the record-setting crowds impressive, but the number of participants was higher than they've ever been.

This year, the Bozeman Stampede saw more than 440 participants.  The action was fast-paced and the crowds certainly got what they came to see, amazing rodeo action! Bull Riding, Bare Back, Saddle Bronc, Steer Wrestling, Team Roping, Tie-Down Roping, Barrel Racing, plus the fan favorites calf scramble and bull scramble rounded out the events.

With live music on both Friday and Saturday nights, the 2021 Bozeman Stampede will certainly be talked about for a long time.

In its 11th year, the Bozeman Stampede was created by local Bozemanites to bring back pro rodeo to Bozeman for the first time in half a century.

The Stampede is a non-profit rodeo that is sanctioned by the PRCA. Every year the Stampede gives back with Montana State Bobcat Rodeo, Bridger Mountain High School Rodeo, and Gallatin County 4-H being the three beneficiaries.

If you would like more information about the Bozeman Stampede, check out their website at

We'll see ya next year at the 2022 Bozeman Stampede!

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