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190 Colorado festivals, fairs and rodeos

July 20, 2017 Updated: July 20, 2017 at 9:54 am
photo - An experience for your mind, body and soul. July 15, during the Wanderlust Festival in Denver. (Courtesy Wanderlust)
An experience for your mind, body and soul. July 15, during the Wanderlust Festival in Denver. (Courtesy Wanderlust) 

Here are a few of our favorites events - hundreds actually - where you'll find fun this summer around Colorado:


- Larkspur - Colorado Renaissance Festival: Flash back to the 16th Century and journey through a medieval city. Saturdays and Sundays, through July 30, Larkspur.

- Durango - Music in the Mountains Classical Music Festival: With musicians of the highest caliber. Through July 30, Durango.

- Vail - Bravo! Vail Music Festival: Celebrating 30 Years of Music in the Mountains. Through Aug. 4, Vail.

- Pueblo - Festival Fridays: Music, cocktails and food. Through Aug. 11, Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center, Pueblo.

- Boulder - Colorado Shakespeare Festival: Go online for a list of plays. through Aug. 13, University of Colorado Boulder, Boulder.

- Steamboat Springs - Strings Music Festival: Jazz, rock, country, bluegrass and more. Through Aug. 20, Steamboat Springs.

- Aspen - Aspen Music Festival and School: More than 400 events and featuring its signature wide variety of musical works, periods and performers. Through Aug. 20.

- Frederick - Chainsaws and Chuckwagons: Masterful chainsaw carvers, music and food trucks. July 20-22, downtown, Frederick.

- Telluride - Telluride Americana Music Festival & Songwriters Showcase: July 20-22, Sheridan Opera House, Telluride.

Denver — Kyle’s Brew Fest: 5-9 p.m. July 20, Great Divide Brewing Co., Denver. Advance tickets available online.

- Telluride - Yoga Festival: Meditation, music, hiking, dining, social gatherings and more. July 20-23, Telluride.

- Littleton - Turkey Leg and Wine Hoedown: Turkey bowling, live music, tubing in the lazy river and great food. A strange and wonderful family event. July 21 and 22, Littleton.

- Manassa - Pioneer Days: An event over 100 years strong with carnival rides, food, parade and more. July 22, Manassa.

- Arvada - Arvada on Tap - A Craft Beer and BBQ Fest: July 22, Ralston Park Addition, Arvada.

- Golden - VegFest Colorado: Health and environmental fair supporting a vegan lifestyle. July 22 and 23, Jefferson County Fairgrounds, Golden.

- Salida - Art Festival: 2D and 3D art. July 22 and 23, Salida.

- Durango - Fiesta Days: Parade, rodeos and more. July 22-30, Durango.

- Longmont - Fine Arts & Music Festival: July 25 and 26, Roosevelt Park, Longmont.

- Crested Butte - Crested Butte Wine and Food Festival: With more than 500 wines from 25 wineries and distributors. July 26-30, Crested Butte.

- Delta - Deltarado Days: Street fair, parade, music and more. July 27-30, Delta.

- Denver - Denver Summer Brew Fest: Sample more than 100 brews. July 28 and 29, Mile High Station, Denver.

- Mancos - Mancos Days: Parade, games, fishing derby, vendors. July 28-30, Mancos.

- Lyons - RockyGrass: Originally founded by Bill Monroe, the father of bluegrass, this festival is known internationally as one of the great traditional bluegrass festivals. July 28-30, Planet Bluegrass Ranch, Lyons.

- Wray - Wray Daze: Rubber duck race, mud volleyball, horseshoes and more. July 28-30, Wray.

- Carbondale - Mountain Fair Festival: More than 145 vendors, music and more. July 28-30, Carbondale.

- Colorado Springs - Blues Under the Bridge: Enjoy the music of Blind Boys of Alabama at a unique spot. July 29, under the bridge, 218 W. Colorado Ave.

Colorado Springs - African Drumming and Dance Festival and Fashion Extravaganza: July 29, Colorado College, Armstrong Hall, Colorado Springs.

- Breckenridge - Food and Wine Festival: Main Street Station Plaza transforms into a charming mountain-side, vineyard with an array of varietals created by fine wineries. July 29, Breckenridge.

- Denver - Colorado Dragon Boat Festival: Take a trip to Asia, with exhibits, performances and dragon boat racing. July 29 and 30, Sloan's Lake, Denver.

- Fairplay - Burro Days: Burro races, llama races, kiddies pack dog races, parades and more. July 29 and 30, Fairplay.

- Denver - Cheesman Park Art Fest: Currently ranked 4th in the nation for sales of classic & contemporary craft by Sunshine Artist Magazine in 2016. July 29 and 30, Denver.

- Keystone - Art Festival: With that one of a kind piece of art to always remind you of Keystone and your time in the mountains. July 29 and 30, Keystone.

- Copper Mountain - Mac and Cheese Fest: Enjoy indulgent, crafty, cheesy dishes as chefs battle it out for the yummiest most creative concoction. July 29 and 30, Copper Mountain.

- Vail - International Dance Festival: Celebration featuring ballet, modern dance and other genres. July 29-Aug. 12, Vail.

- Del Norte - Covered Wagon Days: Preserving our western ways. Aug. 3-6, Del Norte.

- Crestone - Crestone Music Festival: A family fun, affordable music festival. Aug. 4 and 5, Crestone.

- Alamosa - Beat the Heat BBQ, Brews and Chili Festival: A sanctioned Kansas City Barbecue Society and Rocky Mountain Barbecue Association State Championship event. Aug. 4 and 5, Cole Park, Alamosa.

- Telluride - Jazz Festival: Aug. 4-6, Town Park, Telluride.

- Snowmass - Colorado Scottish Festival: The only free Scottish Festival in Colorado. Aug. 4-6, Base Camp and The Mall, Snowmass.

- Leadville - Leadville Boom Days: Celebration of the Old West, with gunslingers, gold panning and more. Aug. 4-6, Leadville.

- Breckenridge - Main Street Art Festival: Ranked 65th in Sunshine Artist's top 200 fine art festivals in 2016. Aug. 4-6, Breckenridge.

- Crested Butte - Crested Butte Arts Festival: Juried art exhibition, culinary demonstrations, music and more. Aug. 4-6, Elk Avenue, Crested Butte.

- Loveland - ARISE Music Festival: Music, yoga, camping, art, activism. Aug. 4-6, Sunrise Ranch, Loveland.

- South Fork - Rhythms on the Rio Music Festival: Music on the banks of the Rio Grande River. Aug. 4-6, South Fork.

- Craig - Moffat County Balloon Festival: Aug. 4-6, Loudy-Simpson Park, Craig.

- Woodland Park - Vino and Notes - A Wine, Food and Jazz Festival: Aug. 5, Woodland Station, Woodland Park.

- Winter Park - Beer Festival: Music, unlimited tastings and more. Aug. 5, Hideaway Park, Winter Park.

- Olathe - Sweet Corn Festival: Vendors, food, corn eating contest, music. Aug. 5, Olathe.

- Woodland Park - Mountain Arts Festival — Highlighting woodcarvers, photographers and more, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Aug. 5, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Aug 6, Woodland Park Public Library, 218 E. Midland Ave., Woodland Park and Ute Pass Cultural Center, 210 E. Midland Ave., Woodland Parkg.

- Keystone - Bluegrass and Beer Festival: With 100 brews from more than 40 breweries. Aug. 5 and 6, Keystone.

- Beaver Creek - Beaver Creek Art Festival: Local and national artists. Aug. 5 and 6, Beaver Creek.

- Aspen - Aspen Science Center Festival And Street Fair: Hands-on science demonstrations and ongoing science performers. Aug. 6, Paepcke Park, Aspen.

- Aspen - Red Brick Plein Air Festival: Celebrates the many Plein Air artists who call Colorado home. Aug. 6-13, downtown Aspen.

- Longmont - Boulder County Brewers' Festival: Aug. 7 and 8, Boulder County Fairgrounds, Longmont.

- Steamboat Springs - Steamboat Wine Festival: More than 100 food artisans, wineries, breweries, distilleries, epicurean purveyors, and locally-made products. Aug. 9-13, Steamboat Springs.

- Beaver Creek - Beaver Creek Wine and Spirits Festival: Presented by Wine Spectator. Aug. 10-13, Beaver Creek.

- Steamboat Springs - Steamboat Movement Festival: Consciously connecting though yoga, live music, and outdoor adventure. Aug. 10-13, Steamboat Springs.

- Hotchkiss - Farm to Fiddle Festival: For Artists, farmers and outdoor enthusiasts. Aug. 11 and 12, Delta County Fairgrounds, Hotchkiss.

- Wheat Ridge - Carnation Festival: Music, arts and craft show, fireworks and more. Aug. 11-13, Wheat Ridge.

- Fort Collins - Bohemian Nights at NewWestFest: Music festival. Aug. 11-13, downtown Fort Collins.

- Steamboat Springs - Steamboat All Arts Festival: Encompasses the rich culture of Steamboat's visual, music, and performance arts. Aug. 11-13, Steamboat Springs.

- Copper Mountain - Guitar Town Festival: Guitar performances, workshops and repairs. Aug. 11-13, Copper Mountain.

- Cherry Creek North - Cherry Creek North Food Wine Festival: This event will satisfy the wine aficionado and the foodie in all of us. Aug. 12, Fillmore Plaza, Cherry Creek North.

- Old Town Arvada - Saturday Street Festivals: Live music, arts and craft booths, vendors and more. Aug. 12, Grandview Avenue, Old Town Arvada.

- Estes Park - Estes Park Wine Festival: More than 20 wineries, food and more. Aug. 12 and 13, Bond Park, Estes Park.

- Frisco - Aug. 12 and 13: Main Street to the Rockies Art Festival: Frisco.

- La Veta - Hujatolla Heritage Festival: Honoring the Hispanic and Native American culture through art, music, food, dance, and education. Aug. 12 and 13, Town Park, La Veta.

- Buena Vista - Gold Rush Days: Celebrate mining history with vendors, food, music and beer garden. Aug. 12 and 13, McPhelemy Park, Buena Vista.

- Ridgway - Ridgway Rendezvous Arts and Crafts Festival: Up to 140 vendors, food, music and more. Aug. 12 and 13, Hartwell Park.

- Fairplay - Living History Days: Gunfighters, people dressed in period costume, tours of local buildings. Aug. 12 and 13, South Park City Museum, Fairplay.

- Colorado Springs - Replay America the Ultimate 80s Festival: With Billy Ocean, Taylor Dayne, Starship featuring Mickey Thomas, The Motels featuring Martha Davis and Naked Eyes. Aug. 16, The Broadmoor World Arena, Colorado Springs.

- Telluride - Telluride Mushroom Fest: Learn all that mushrooms have to offer the world. Aug. 17-20, Sheridan Opera House, Telluride.

- Palisades - Peach Festival: Peach pies, peach ice cream, peach preserves, peach salsa, peach brandy, peach wine. Aug. 18 and 19, downtown Palisade.

- Keystone - Mountain Town Music Festival: A celebration of all things Colorado. Warm summer days, live music and more. Aug. 19, Keystone.

- Lyons - Rocky Mountain Folks Festival: The world's most inspired songwriters share their songs and stories. Aug. 18-20, Lyons.

- Copper Mountain - Genuine Jazz and Wine Festival: One of a kind, fan based experience with jazz music and samples some of the countries' best wines. Aug. 18-20, Copper Mountain.

- Greenwood Village - Jeff & Larry's Backyard BBQ Festival: Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy with Eddie Money, Foghat, Aug. 19, Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre, Greenwood Village.

- Boulder - Boulder Craft Beer Fest: Samples of Boulder's best beer, food, music and more. Aug. 19.

- Aurora - Global Fest: Flavors, cultural experiences and artistic expression from around the world. Aug. 19, Aurora Municipal Center, Great Lawn, Aurora.

- Old Town Lafayette - Peach Festival: Peach pies, cobblers and smoothies, vendors, crafters, antique dealers. Aug. 19, Old Town Lafayette.

- Mancos - Mancos Valley Summer BrewFest: Aug. 19, Cottonwood Park. Mancos.

- Elizabeth - Elizabeth Music & Arts Festival: Aug. 19 and 20, Main Street, Elizabeth.

- Colorado Springs - Pikes Peak Run Fest: Running and trail organizations, music, food and more. Aug. 19 and 20, Pioneers Museum, Colorado Springs.

- Aspen - MountainSummit: Mountainfilm documentary film festival. Aug. 23-27, Wheeler Opera House, Aspen.

- Denver - High Plains Comedy Festival: T.J. Miller, "My Favorite Murder Live" and more. Aug. 24-26, Paramount Theatre, Denver.

- Boulder - Tour de Fat: Beer, bike and music festival. Aug. 25, Boulder Theater, Boulder, $15-$20. Advance tickets.

- Loveland - Old Fashioned Corn Roast Festival: Parade, corn shucking competition and corn eating contest. Aug. 25 and 26, downtown Loveland.

- Copper Mountain - Cider Circus Festival: Sample craft ciders and brews while enjoying jugglers, mimes, clowns and acrobats. Aug. 25 and 26, Copper Mountain.

- Nederland - Nedfest: Outdoor music, arts and microbrew event. Aug. 25-27, Nederland.

- Colorado Springs - Colorado Springs International Dragon Boat Festival: Full day of dragon boat races. Aug. 26, Prospect Lake, Memorial Park, 1605 E. Pikes Peak Ave.

- Colorado Springs - Steers and Beers Brew and Whiskey Fest: Hundreds of brews and whiskeys to sample, Aug. 26, Antlers hotel, Colorado Springs. Advance tickets available online.

- Colorado Springs - Colorado Springs Dance Theater Wine Festival: 5:30-7:30 p.m., 1715 N. Cascade Ave., $50, $90 per couple. Advance tickets available online.

- Durango - San Juan Brewfest: More than 50 breweries, live music and more. Aug. 26, downtown Durango.

- Denver - Tour de Fat: Beer, bike and music festival. Aug. 26, National Western Complex, Denver, $25. Advance tickets available online.

- Colorado Springs - Tour de Fat: Beer, bike and music festival. Aug. 26, Pikes Peak Center, 190 S. Cascade Ave., $18. Advance tickets available online.

- Buena Vista - King Boletus Mushroom Festival: Learn how to identify and cook wild mushrooms. Aug. 26, Buena Vista Heritage Museum, Buena Vista.

- Vail - Crazy Mountain Brewery's Ed Fest: Celebration of artistic expression of craft beer, food and music. Aug. 26.

- Gunnision - Blue Mesa Beach Bash: Take place on Colorado's largest body of water. Aug. 26, Blue Mesa Reservoir, Gunnison.

- Trinidad - Trinidaddio Blues Fest: Aug. 26, Central Park, Trinidad.

- Glendale - Bruises and Brews Festival: Beer and rugby. They are better together. Aug. 26, Infinity Park, Glendale.

- Telluride - Film Festival: Celebration of film, community, and creativity. Aug. 30-Sept. 4, Telluride.

- Steamboat Springs - Yampa Valley Crane Festival: Celebrates the majestic Greater Sandhill Cranes as they migrate through the Yampa Valley. Aug. 31-Sept. 3, Steamboat Springs.

- Pagosa Springs - Four Corners Folk Festival: Los Lobos, Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn, Sarah Jarosz and more. Sept. 1-3, Pagosa Springs.

- Aspen - Jazz Aspen Snowmass Labor Day Experience: Maroon Five, Keith Urban and more. Sept. 1-3, Aspen.

- Lake City - OHV Rally and Festival: All OHV vehicles will be allowed into historic downtown, on designated streets. Sept. 1-3, Lake City.

- Denver - Taste of Colorado: With more than 50 of Coloradans' favorite restaurants. Sept. 1-4, Civic Center Park, Denver.

- Steamboat Springs - Wild West Air Fest: Nationally renowned pilots perform aerobatics and formation flying. Sept. 2, Steamboat Springs.

- Salida - Wine Fest: Celebrates the vintages of Colorado wineries in Salida. Sept. 2, Riverside Park, Salida.

- Alamosa - Early Iron Festival: Vintage car show with more than 500 vehicles. Sept. 2, Cole Park, Alamosa.

- Fort Collins - Tour de Fat: Beer, bikes and music festival. Sept. 2, Civic Center Park, Fort Collins, $25. Advance tickets available online.

- Colorado Springs - Labor Day Liftoff: Balloon Classic and Balloon Glow. Sept. 2-4, Memorial Park, Colorado Springs.

- Manitou Springs - Commonwheel Co-op's Labor Day Art and Craft Festival: Art, music and more. Sept. 2-4, Memorial Park, Manitou Springs.

- Windsor - Harvest Festival and Balloon Rally: Vendors, balloon launch and more. Sept. 2-4, Windsor.

- Boulder - Pizza and Pints Festival Tour: Pizza, beer, live music, and lawn games. Sept. 4, Boulder.

- Fairplay - Plein Air Arts Celebration: Sept. 5-9, Fairplay.

- Estes Park - Longs Peak Scottish-Irish Highland Festival: There will be jousting, piping, a parade and more. Sept. 7-10, Estes Fairgrounds and Event Center, Estes Park.

- New Castle - Burning Mountain Festival: Parade, music, vendors and more. Sept. 8 and 9, Burning Mountain Park, New Castle.

- Snowmass Village - Balloon Festival: One of the highest-altitude balloon events in the country. Sept. 8-10, Snowmass.

Colorado Springs — What If...Festival of Innovation and Imagination: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sept. 9, downtown Colorado Springs.

- Buena Vista - Apple Fest: Apple bobbing, pie contests, tours and more. Sept. 9, Turner Farm, Buena Vista.

- Cortez - Harvest Beer Festival: Music, food, kid's activities and more. Sept. 9, Parque de Vida, Cortez.

- Greeley - Potato Day: Living history demonstration, music and baked potatoes. Sept. 9, Centennial Village Museum, Greeley.

- La Junta - Early Settlers Day: Beer garden, street dance, vendors and more. Sept. 9, City Park, La Junta.

- Crested Butte - Chili and Beer Fest: Locally made chili, craft beer and live music. Sept. 9, Crested Butte.

- Lafayette - Lafayette Brew Fest: Explore craft/micro beers one pour at a time. Sept. 9, Lafayette.

- Castle Rock - Colorado Artfest: Juried fine arts show with artists from across the country. Sept. 9 and 10, downtown Castle Rock.

- Salida - Fiber Festival: Find everything you need to stay warm and fashionable this winter. Sept. 9 and 10, Riverside Park, Salida.

- Lakewood - Festival Italiano at Belmar: Italian food, wine, and artisan vendors. Sept. 9 and 10, Lakewood.

- Salida - Bike Festival: Group rides, bike films, chainless race, bike parade. Sept. 14-17, Salida.

- Penrose - Fremont County Air Show: Fly-ins, parachute demonstrations and more, Sept. 16, Fremont County Airport, Penrose.

- Broomfield - Broomfield Days Community Festival: Parade, food, vendors and more. Sept. 16, Midway Park, Broomfield.

- Littleton - Summerset Festival: Attracts more than 20,000 festival-goers each year. Sept. 16 and 17, Littleton.

- Palisade - Colorado Mountain Winefest: It's the state's largest and oldest wine festival. Sept. 14-17, Palisade.

- Aspen - Ruggerfest: 50th anniversary celebration. Sept. 14-17, Aspen.

- Colorado Springs - Holly Berry House Folk Art Festival: 165 juried artisans from across the United States. Sept. 15-17, Rock Ledge Ranch, Colorado Springs.

- Pagosa Springs - ColorFest: Hot air balloons, music, beer, wine, food and more. Sept. 15-17, Pagosa Springs.

- Telluride - Telluride Blues and Brews Festival: Beer, music and more. Sept. 15-17, Telluride.

- Lake City - Uncorked Wine and Music Festival: Music wine and food. Sept. 16, downtown Lake City.

- Frederick - Miners Day: Parade, vendors, music and more. Sept. 16, Crist Park, Frederick.

- Northglenn - Pirate Fest: A whole day o' pirate ruckus. Sept. 16, Northglenn.

- Grand Lake - Constitution Week: Celebrates the signing of the Constitution with week long events. Sept. 17-23, Grand Lake.

- Breckenridge - Film Festival: Sept. 21-24, Breckenridge.

- Greenwood Village - High Elevation Rock Festival: Sept. 22 and 23, Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre, Greenwood Village.

- Pueblo - Chile & Frijoles Festival: Music‚ arts and crafts‚ cooking competitions and chilies‚ chilies‚ chilies. Sept. 22-24, Union Avenue, Pueblo.

Manitou Springs - Heritage Brew Festival:  VIP entry at noon, 1-5 p.m., Memorial Park, 502 Manitou Ave., Manitou Springs, $30-$32. Advance tickets: 685-1454.

- Monument - Bines and Brews Beer Fest: 1-5 p.m., Limbach Park, 151 Front St., Monument, $10-$25. Advance tickets available online. 

- Ridgway - SNEFFELS Fiber Arts Festival: Fiber vendors, food, workshops, classes, demonstrations. Sept. 23 and 24, Ridgway.


 - Calhan - El Paso County Fair: Through July 22, El Paso County Fairgrounds, Calhan.

- Pueblo - Pueblo County Fair: Through July 23, Colorado State Fairgrounds, Pueblo.

- Eagle - Eagle County Fair and Rodeo: July 20-22, Eagle.

- Poncha Springs - Chaffee County Fair: July 20-31, Chaffee County Fairgrounds, Poncha Springs.

- Montrose - Montrose County Fair and Rodeo: July 21-30, Montrose.

- Greeley - Weld County Fair: July 22-31, Weld County Fairgrounds, Greeley.

- Grand Junction - Mesa County Fair: July 25-29, Mesa County Fairgrounds, Grand Junction.

- Aurora - Arapahoe County State Fair: July 27-30, Arapahoe County Fairgrounds, Aurora.

- Cortez - Montezuma County Fair: July 28, Aug. 5, Montezuma County Fairgrounds, Cortez.

- Longmont - Boulder County Fair: The oldest fair in Colorado. July 28-Aug. 6, Longmont.

- Cañon City - Fremont County Fair: July 29-Aug. 6, Cañon City.

- Rifle - Garfield County Fair and Rodeo: July 31-Aug. 6, Garfield County Fairgrounds, Rifle.

- Kiowa - Elbert County Fair: Aug. 1-6, Kiowa.

- Hotchkiss - Delta County Fair: Aug. 1-12, Delta County Fairgrounds, Hotchkiss.

- Brighton - Adams County Fair: Aug. 2-6, Adams County Regional Park Complex, Brighton.

- Castle Rock - Douglas County Fair and Rodeo: Aug. 3-6, Castle Rock.

- Sterling - Logan County Fair: Aug. 3-13, Sterling.

- Pagosa Springs - Archuleta County Fair and Rodeo: Aug. 4-6, Pagosa Springs.

- Loveland - Larimer County Fair and Rodeo: Aug. 4-8, The Ranch, Loveland.

- Kremmling - Grand County Middle Park Fair and Rodeo: Aug. 4-13, Kremmling.

- Yuma - County Fair: Aug. 5-9, Yuma.

- Hotchkiss - Delta County Fair and Rodeo: Aug. 5-12, Hotchkiss.

- Monte Vista - San Luis Valley Fair: Aug. 5-12, Monte Vista.

- Hugo - Lincoln County Fair and Rodeo: Aug. 5-12, Hugo.

- Craig - Moffat County Fair: Aug. 7-12, Craig.

- Durango - La Plata County Fair: Aug. 9-13, La Plata County Fairgrounds, Durango.

- Erie - Air Fair: Displays of unique aircraft, music, vendors and more. Aug. 12, Municipal Airport, Erie.

- Rocky Ford - Arkansas Valley Fair: Aug. 16-20, Rocky Ford Fairgrounds, Rocky Ford.

- Hayden - Routt County Fair: Aug. 17-20, Hayden.

- Black Hawk - Gilpin County Fair: Aug. 19 and 20, Fairgrounds, Black Hawk.

- Pueblo - Colorado State Fair: Aug. 25-Sept. 4, Colorado State Fairgrounds, Pueblo.

- Lake City - Colorfest Arts and Crafts Fair: Sept. 19, downtown Lake City.


- Creede - ChuteOut Rodeo: Bull Riding Barrel Racing Series. Wednesdays, through July 26, Creede.

- Pagosa Springs - Pagosa Night Rodeo: Thursdays, through July 27, Western Heritage Event Center Arena & Grounds, Pagosa Springs.

- Durango - True West Rodeo: Wednesdays, through Aug. 1, La Plata County Fairgrounds, Durango.

- Beaver Creek - Beaver Creek Rodeo: Thursdays, through Aug. 10, Beaver Creek Rodeo Grounds, Beaver Creek.

- Fraser - High Country Stampede Rodeo: Saturdays, through Aug. 12, John Work Arena, Fraser.

- Carbondale - Wild West Rodeo Series: Thursdays through Aug. 17, Gus Darien Riding Area, Carbondale.

- Snowmass - Snowmass Rodeo: Wednesdays, through Aug. 23, Snowmass Rodeo Grounds, Snowmass Village.

- Akron - Eastern Colorado Round-Up Carnival and Rodeo: July 25-29, Washington County Fairgrounds, Akron.

- Monte Vista - Ski-Hi Stampede Rodeo: July 27-30, Ski Hi Park, Monte Vista.

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