It's the Wildest, Richest Rodeo in the West!
Featuring 10 days and nights of the best rodeo competition in the country with over 750 professional athletes. Enjoy all of the fan favorites, including two world-class team roping events, professional bull riding, team roping, steer wrestling, barrel racing and bronc riding.
The exciting Western action also features an authentic cattle drive, parade, extreme Mustang Makeover, Double R Marketplace for Western shopping, food, carnival and the wildy popular Mutton Bustin'.
Rodeo Parade (June 17)
At 10:00am, line the streets to watch the Reno Rodeo Parade in midtown Reno. Click here
for the parade route.
Reno Rodeo Schedule of Events, Tickets
For 10 days and nights, the rodeo is packed with activities for people of all ages. Click on the links below for more information, details daily schedule of events and ticket prices.
Carnival (June 15-24)
By Davis Shows N.W., the popular carnival kicks off at 4:00pm on Thursday (June 15) and lasts through midnight on Saturday (June 24). To purchased tickets or armbands, or for more details on hours and special offers, click here
to see maps, rodeo grounds, outdoor arena seating chart, traffic direction and parking access.
Famous Reno Rodeo Cattle Drive (June 11-15)
As a participant of the drive: June 11-15
As a spectators: The herd hits town at high noon on June 16 and draws huge crowds along the route through town.
Want to be more than just a spectator? Then experience the "Cowboy Way of LIfe" and register to be a cowhand in the Reno Rodeo Cattle Drive (June 11-15). Spots are limited. More information
This is a REAL cattle drive! There may be significant hardships involved. It may rain, snow (it's possible in Nevada!), or blow so hard you'll be eating dust the entire 65 miles! Camps are set up at places where there are corrals available for the cattle at night. Rides will be about 12 miles a day, with a 17 miler in there as well. These are not "prepared" campsites, simply locations on the range where the livestock can be cared for. The first priority is always the cattle and horses. As with cattle drives of the 1800's, the Trail Boss is the Law of the Land.