The Snake River Stampede is an annual rodeo event that takes place in Nampa, Idaho. The event features traditional rodeo events such as bull riding, bareback riding, saddle bronc riding, team roping, and more. The rodeo typically takes place in July, and runs for about 10 days. The event is one of the most prestigious rodeos in the region and it’s a Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) sanctioned event.
The Snake River Stampede also features a variety of other activities, such as a parade, a western trade show, a carnival, and a rodeo queen pageant, in addition to the rodeo competitions. The event also has concerts and live music shows. The event is held at the Ford Idaho Center, which includes an indoor arena, outdoor arenas, and exhibition halls. The Snake River Stampede is a major event in the city of Nampa and the state of Idaho, and it is known for its western heritage and its focus on supporting education and youth development. Proceeds from the event are used to support scholarships and other educational programs.