Another big summer event is set to happen this year – after not having a chance to be seen in 2020.
The Snake River Stampede will be back and is scheduled for July 20-24, and tickets went on sale Monday.
The more-than 100-year-old rodeo, which was canceled last year due to the pandemic, is offering a new outdoor option this year.
The Idaho Press reports, fans can watch the action in the Ford Idaho Center indoor arena, or they can watch via a big screen in the outdoor amphitheater, complete with food trucks, vendors and live music.
The Canyon County Fair, the Caldwell Night Rodeo and the Western Idaho Fair are also scheduled to take place this summer after being canceled last year.