105th Annual Snake River Stampede cancelled to protect safety of the community
NAMPA, Idaho - The Snake River Stampede Board of Directors has made the decision to cancel the 2020 Snake River Stampede Rodeo. The 105th edition of the wildest, fastest show on Earth was scheduled to take place July 14-18, 2020 at the Ford Idaho Center in Nampa.
Rodeo Board members worked tirelessly to try to find a way to hold the event while still adhering to necessary guidelines to protect the safety of everyone in the building and the community as a whole. Unfortunately, no such plan could be agreed upon, and the Board begrudgingly had to cancel the rodeo.
“The overwhelming support of our sponsors, fans, and partners made the board’s decision very difficult to make. They are the lifeblood of the Treasure Valley’s premier event, and we hate to disappoint them, but their safety is our number one priority,” said Roger Todd, President. “We are already looking forward to next year, when we can produce the Snake River Stampede as a celebration that brings our community together, and draws some of the world’s finest rodeo athletes to Nampa.”
The Snake River Stampede started in 1915 and has grown to become one of the top 10 regular season professional rodeos in the nation out of the approximately 600 rodeos in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association.
The health and safety of our fans, contestants, officials, volunteers, and sponsors is the utmost priority of the Snake River Stampede Rodeo (SRS). Updates to our event will be provided as they become available.
Please stay safe and adhere to the best practices from the CDC. We’ll get through this together. We’re looking forward to seeing you at the Wildest, Fastest, Show on Earth in 2021.