- The Jackson Hole Rodeo takes place every Wednesday and Saturday evenings from Memorial Weekend through Labor Day Weekend.
- The Rodeo is located at the Teton County Fairgrounds and the action begins at 8:00 pm.
- Fees and costs are minimal for an entire evening’s entertainment.
Overview: Rodeo in Jackson, Wyoming is a local affair. All contestants are welcome. However, most of the participants come from the surrounding ranching community. Many are younger cowboys and cowgirls who just want to hone their skills and have a little fun. A tradition that has its roots in the real old west, the Jackson Hole Rodeo is a great way to spend a warm summer evening in Jackson Hole.
When: The Jackson Hole rodeo takes place during the summer season every Wednesday and Saturday night, usually from Memorial Weekend to Labor Day Weekend. Gates open at 7:30 pm and the action packed events start at 8:00 pm.
Where: The Jackson Hole Rodeo is held at the Teton County Fairgrounds Arena located on West Snow King Ave, just on the southwestern edge of the city.
- Reserved: $35
- Covered General Admission: $30
- Un-Covered General Admission: $20
Details: For over 25 years, audiences of all ages have been entertained by the chills and thrills of the Jackson Hole Rodeo. Contestants of all ages compete – from the youngsters chasing ties on calves’ tails to the father and son team ropers to the young women barrel racing.
In addition to great entertainment, refreshments are also available at the rodeo. Make an evening of it, with food and fun.