INDOOR ARENA at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds
Wednesday, June 7th 6:00 PM
Come rain or shine, enjoy a mouthwatering western feast of 12 hour slow cooked beef in a pit, southwest pinto beans, cole slaw, dutch oven rolls, potato salad, peach and blueberry dutch oven cobbler to round it all out. YUM! Wash it all down with delicious lemonade. After dinner, tap your toes or kick up your heels to some good ol’ fashioned live country music. Tickets are $15 purchased ahead of time online and $17 at the door… but make sure you get yours early as space is limited! Purchase Tickets Here
Montezuma County Fairgrounds Wednesday-Sunday
Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday are “Wristband Days”. Purchase your unlimited ride wristband for $20 (or $18 with coupon found in Cortez Journal or print from Frazier Shows) and you can ride all the rides your stomach can handle between 5 and 9pm!
Ute Mountain Roundup Rodeo-FAMILY NIGHT
Thursday, June 8th 2017 -7PM at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds
Ute Mountain Roundup Rodeo-MILITARY APPRECIATION NIGHT
Rodeo Dance-Blondies Trophy Room both Friday and Saturday 8-midnight
Featuring the band “Vanishing Breed” and The best Texas style honky tonk music this side of … well… Texas!
21 and up, NO COVER CHARGE, drinks specials and giveaways
Ute Mountain Roundup Rodeo –Tough Enough To Wear Pink Night
4th Annual Rob Yates Memorial Cowboy Golf Tournament
Friday, June 9th 2017
Conquistador Golf Course- Breakfast and Signups at 7:00am. Tournament at 8:00am.
Rodeo Parade – 1pm in downtown Cortez Saturday, June 10th 2017
To commemorate the rodeo’s final day, Saturday will start with a parade through downtown Cortez. Sponsored by the Medicine Horse Center and the Cortez Rotary Club. This year’s theme is “Tough Enough To Wear Pink.” Visit the Medicine Horse Center’s website for entry application, the deadline for entries is June 6th.