Dust off your cowboy hats and boots, the Greeley Stampede is coming back for its 99th year this summer.

After the COVID pandemic postponed the event in 2020, the annual rodeo and concert festival is booking a full stage of entertainment.

The event announced its Superstars Concert Series lineup on Friday morning (April 23) in a press release.

3 Doors Down, TobyMac, Dwight Yoakam, Dylan Scott, HARDY and Lauren Alaina are all scheduled to perform.

2021 Greeley Stampede Lineup

“Our concerts are a great way to bring the community together,” said Greeley Stampede General Manager Justin Watada in the press release. “The concerts are very affordable with quality entertainment and we always try to have something for everyone."

Concert series tickets to all five shows will go on sale for $100 and $125 ticket packages on May 3. Individual concert tickets then go on sale on May 10.

Tickets can be purchased directly from the Greeley Stampede ticket office, which is open from weekdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and can be reached by phone at 970-356-7787.

In addition to the concerts, the annual rodeo series and demolition derby events are returning.

  • June 24: PRCA Xtreme Bulls
  • June 25-30: PRCA ProRodeo
  • July 3: American Bull Fighting
  • July 4: Demolition Derby

The Greeley Stampede is still working with local and state health officials to determine what guidelines and practices will be in place.

“We greatly appreciate everyone’s continued support and patience as our situation to host the community celebration continues to evolve,” Watada said.

“We know that this will be a modified event this year, and we are updating our plan constantly to safely host the Stampede.”

2019 Greeley Stampede