Join us for the 104th Clovis Rodeo April 26 – 29, 2018
Tickets for the 104th Clovis Rodeo will go on sale in January 2018. Check back for all of the latest news and events. Our Thursday and Friday night concert acts won’t be announced until early 2018.
Thank you Clovis Rodeo Fans!
You made the 103rd Clovis Rodeo one for the record books. More than 45,000 guests, 500 cowboys and cowgirls, 1000’s of tri tip sandwiches and 700 pints of blood for the Central California Blood Center! More than $200,000 in proceeds from the Clovis Rodeo and related events goes back to the community.
Jodie Simpson Everett Named Grand Marshal of the 103rd Clovis Rodeo
The Clovis Rodeo Association proudly tips their hats to hometown cowgirl Jodie Simpson Everett who has been named Grand Marshal of the 103rd Clovis Rodeo. A Clovis native, Jodie and her family are an integral part of the rich history of the region. She has been involved in the ranching community and rodeo since her childhood. Simpson Everett follows in the footsteps of her father, rancher Edwin W. Simpson, who was honored as Clovis Rodeo Grand Marshal in 1956.
Joe Nichols and Eli Young Band Set Rocked the 103rd Clovis Rodeo in 2017
Joe Nichols and the Eli Young Band rocked the 103rd Clovis Rodeo at the Thursday and Friday night concerts during the 4-day event. One ticket price gave fans the rodeo and a concert on Thursday and Friday nights.
(For the comfort and safety of all guests, no ice chests, umbrellas, shade structures, strollers, signs or outside food and beverages are allowed into the rodeo and related events. As a professional sporting event and no cameras, recording equipment or videos are permitted in the rodeo or related events. Gates open at least one hour prior to show time. All sales are final. Lost, stolen or damaged tickets may not be replaced.
Clovis Rodeo Becomes One of Only Seven Wrangler Gold Tour Rodeos in 2016
The Clovis Rodeo joined the elite Wrangler Gold Tour for its 102nd year; becoming one of only seven in the world where added money, and stock from the top contractors in the industry, attract the sports best competitors.
In an effort to keep Clovis Rodeo one of the premier professional rodeos in the world today, the board of directors increased the prize money for 2016 to $20,000 per event ($40,000 in team roping) to continue to attract the top competitors in the world. The substantial amount of added money to the rodeo combined with stock from the top contractors in the industry, assures fans they will see the best of the best in competition.
Clovis Rodeo Arena Director, Vince Genco said fans will see, “National Finals Rodeo quality competition right here in their own backyard.”