Organizers of the 2021 Cheyenne Frontier Days are pulling out all the stops to celebrate the rodeo’s 125th anniversary.
On Thursday, organizers announced the event’s musical lineup, which is nothing short of amazing.
Cheyenne Frontier Days kicks off Friday, July 23 and runs through Saturday, July 31 at Frontier Park, 4610 Carey Ave., in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Country legend Garth Brooks and Wyoming native Ned Ledoux are scheduled to open the concert series July 23, followed by Thomas Rhett on July 24. Rhett Akins, Thomas Rhett’s father, will be opening for his son.
Cody Johnson, who performed at the 2019 Greeley Stampede, will be entertaining fans July 25. Aaron Watson is set to open for Johnson.
One of the leading female voices in country music, Maren Morris will be performing July 28.
Ashley McBryde will be opening for Eric Church on July 29 and Kane Brown is set to take the stage July 30 following a performance by Restless Road.
Country music singer-songwriter and judge on The Voice music competition, Blake Shelton, and John King will wrap up the rodeo event July 31.
This year, all event tickets and parking passes for the rodeo will be digital to allow for touchless scanning from mobile devices. Though masks will not be required, visitors are asked to continually wash their hands, use hand sanitizer and stay home if not feeling well.
Tickets will be available for purchase as single-day events or through packages and group tickets. Discounts for seniors and military members will be offered on certain days and for certain events. Tickets range from $49 to $94 per person with rooftop starting at $150 per person.
Admission into Frontier Park is $5 per person. Admission to the park is free with the purchase of rodeo or concert tickets. People choosing to use the park’s $10 Park and Ride program will receive free entrance into the park for all members of their vehicle.
Tickets for the concert series as well as the rodeo events are on sale beginning at 9 a.m. Thursday at www.cfdrodeo.com.