Granby Rodeo

At The Flying Heels Arena

Since 1969

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UPCOMING
RODEOS

RODEO ALL SUMMER is finally here! 

Rodeo season at the longest rodeo series in the county is finally here. We are ready to thrill you with rodeo and special acts. We have so many new and exciting offerings for the whole family, you won't want to miss one. 

It is a sight to behold, the beautiful American flag waving from horseback with the mountains in the background, and most likely a beautiful sunset at your back.

Come be a part of America's sport, and get a little dust on your boots.

Rodeos Every Saturday  

June  5, 12, 19, 26  &  July  3, 4, 10, 17, 24, 31

Labor Day Weekend CPRA Rodeo Sept 4-5

Including

5280's Trick and Fancy Riding Team

Mounted Shooting

Flintstone Belgians 

June 26 Rider's of the Steppes

 

Junior Rodeo  

1 PM  July 10, 17, 24, 31

Open Rodeo 7 Pm

 

Admission

Adults $15 and $10 with $5 from each ticket going to Troublesome Fire Victims

Kids 6-12 & Seniors over 65 $5

MILITARY FREE

FREE PARKING

Tickets available at the gate

RODEO IN THE ROCKIES LABOR DAY WEEKEND
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Cowboy at the Rodeo

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About the
Granby Rodeo

Rodeo has been a mainstay in Granby since 1943. We have been at our current location since 1969.

Flying Heels Rodeo, with our “flying Heels” of the bucking horse represents rodeo for sure, but heels flying for years of cowboys and cowgirls, from tiny ones, to 4-H, to the ropers, to the fast riding barrel racers to the rough stock riders’ heels flying as they buck off.

We are so  happy to have you along for the ride. Saddle up with us for the longest running rodeo series in the county, with tough competitors of all ages entertaining you. 

We always have the standard rodeo events, along with Mutton Bustin’ but we also spice it up a little with special acts, we have on select dates one or more of these special acts: Flintstone Gravel Belgian Team/Hitch, 5280’s Trick and Fancy Riding Team, the famous Westernaires from Golden, CO, the unique Motorcycle barrel race that we started in the 1980’s, Mounted Shooting, Mini Bronc’s along with many other surprises.

Pull your boots on and come join us every Saturday night June and July, plus July 4th.

5280 TRICK RIDERS

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Cowboy at Work
Dress Code

Dress prepared for the cool Rocky Mtn. evenings. Check the weather here

tickets

Buy tickets here or at the entry of the Flying Heels Arena

Parking

Free parking is available on site

refreshments

Rotary Weekly Concessions BBQ, Beer and Wine

B-Sweet Weekly Sweet Treats

4-H Ice Cream Floats July 3-4

Ray's Food Truck July 3-4

CONTACT US

ADDRESS

Flying Heels Arena

62819 US-40,

Granby, CO 80446

EMAIL

info@granbyrodeo.com

TEL

 970-531-5465

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

1. Are dogs allowed?

Friendly, well behaved dogs on a leash are allowed, however, rodeo is loud and the fireworks are really loud, so we recommend putting them in your vehicle .

2.What time should I get there?

The admission tickets are for general seating. We don't have reserved seating, so try to get there early. 5pm on July 3 and 4th and 6pm on the other nights.

3. Can we Bring our own food and Alcohol?

Food, beer and alcohol are sold by the Rotary and other vendors. Please don't BYOB. 

4. Is there reserved seating?

Seating is first come first served.

 

5. Do you cancel shows due to the weather?

NO, Rodeo goes on rain or Shine. We have covered seating.

 

6. What time are the fireworks?

Rodeo is a live event so things can change, but we aim to have the fireworks shoot-off right after the last bull bucks; shooting for about 9:15p.m. 

 

7. Are spectators allowed everywhere?

No, spectators are not allowed in the arena or pens (except for Mutton bustin' boot scramble etc.). We also request that you try to stay in the spectator area and be respectful and aware of the competitors horses that can spook, bite or kick. Additionally, at times horses are moving in and out of the arena at a very fast pace for a particular event/act.

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