REDMOND — We’re excited to answer the question everyone is asking! “When will tickets be available?”  The answer is, Wednesday, February 1st, at 12:00pm.  Tickets start at $20 apiece and are available at www.highdesertstampede.com.

At both nights of non-stop rodeo action, we’ll be offering multiple levels of seating.  All seating will be reserved beginning inside the mote with our Elite VIP seats – the closest you can get to the action!

“We’ve taken several steps to make the ticket buying process easier for rodeo fans by eliminating the extra ticket fees this year and making all seats assigned.  Our entire board is excited to finally be able to answer people’s requests for tickets by telling them they’re available on our website.  Just like last year, we’re giving our audience a choice in how they experience this fantastic rodeo,” said Denis Fast, Chairman of the Board, High Desert Stampede.

The 2017 rodeo season will once again kick off in Redmond at the end of Oregon’s spring break in the Bank of the Cascade Center at the Deschutes County Fairgrounds.  The fast-paced west coast season of the Columbia River Circuit gets under way March 31 and April 1, 2017.

We have opened the door to allow more athletes to compete, up to 101 in each timed event, and many more than normal in rough stock events.  This will allow us to showcase the world class athletes both nights.

Different this year, High Desert Rodeo Productions, Ltd, has elected to include all processing and merchant fees in the face value of the ticket instead of the more traditional method of adding them onto the ticket price.

In addition to two action packed nights of rodeo, this fun filled weekend will once again kick off with the opportunity to have dinner with the stars Thursday evening.  Both Friday and Saturday’s rodeo performances will feature our popular and unprecedented athlete meet and greet autograph sessions prior to the performance in the arena.  Come early to meet the athletes and stay to shop at our vendor expo at this must attend annual Central Oregon event.