Nationally Recognized for Excellence

Cowboys and cowgirls, you’re not going to want to miss this year’s Ogden Pioneer Days rodeo. It’s been nationally recognized as one of the Top 5 PRCA Rodeos in the Nation. And in 2017 it was inducted into the ProRodeo Hall of Fame. Ogden Pioneer Days draws more than 30,000 annually to its PRCA rodeo at the historic Ogden Pioneer Stadium, 668 17th St., where the rodeo started in 1934 and where the feeling of the American west still lives.

Pre-Rodeo Events

Miss Rodeo Ogden

Miss Rodeo Utah

Standings & Results

BUY Tickets

Don’t get left in the dust! Get your tickets to Ogden Pioneer Days, one of the top five large outdoor rodeos in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association.

{ Get ’em while they’re hot! }

Getting Here

Here are some primers on how to get from here to there in time for the first events at historic Ogden Pioneer Stadium, where the rodeo first began more than eight decades ago.

{ Don’t want you getting lost! }

The Events

From art strolls to parades and fireworks to concerts, Ogden Pioneer Days has something for everyone.

{ Summer fun starts here! }

Seating to get Jazzed About

While the stadium is historic, vast improvements have been made throughout the years, and none are more significant than the project completed in time for this year's rodeo. A new northside grandstand has been outfitted with thousands of stadium seats that once were used in the Utah Jazz's Vivint Smart Home Arena. The seats were a gift from the Utah Jazz organization to Ogden. The new grandstands and seating are all possible due to contributions totaling about $1.3 million. Among the donors were the Larry H. Miller and Gail Miller Family Foundation, the George S. and Delores Doré Eccles Foundation, Weber County RAMP, Ogden City, Wadman Corporation and Ogden Pioneer Days Foundation.

Next up: In the coming years, more stadium seating will be installed in other parts of Ogden Pioneer Stadium — all done in an effort to make the Pioneer Days celebration even better for the fans.