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Caldwell Night Rodeo is an authentic western experience featuring over 600 of the top professional cowboys and cowgirls at the historic Caldwell Night Rodeo Arena every August.
One of the largest annual events in Caldwell, Idaho, attracts thousands of fans, not just from the U.S. but also from Greece, the Netherlands and France. It was rated second best in the U.S. by Great American Country Magazine. Caldwell Night Rodeo dates back to 1935 when it served the favourite summertime fun for Idaho ranchers.
Every night of the five-day event has a specific theme: Power of Pink Night, Patriot Night, Family Night, and Purple Family Night. The rodeo ends with Championship Finale on Saturday. The rodeo takes place every night from 6:30 to 10 p.m. Contestors compete in bareback riding, steer wrestling, team roping, saddle bronc, tie-down roping, barrel racing and bull riding. Admission tickets are $12-$15 on Tuesday-Wednesday, $8-$15 on Thursday, and $25 on Friday-Saturday.