In 1990, the Oyler brothers did the unthinkable: They brought Louisiana Cajun boil to beef country.
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The Greeley Stampede is rich in tradition and heritage, dating back to the late 1800s.
This community celebration that began to honor local potato farmers has since grown into an internationally acclaimed festival, attracting close to 450,000 people annually.
This community celebration that was started to honor local potato farmers, has since grown into an internationally acclaimed festival attracting close to 450,000 people annually from all parts of the United States and several foreign countries, including Canada, Mexico, and England.
The Greeley Stampede is the 2nd largest fair in Colorado, and features one of the largest rodeos in the world.
This 10-12 day festival features Pro Rodeo, Bull-Riding and Kids Rodeos, Country and Classic Rock Music Concerts, Demolition Derby, televised 4th of July Parade, Carnival Midway, Western Art Exhibit/Sale, Free Stage Entertainment, Dinner Theater and loads of festival grounds activities, mixed with food and fun galore - a real taste of Western hospitality!
Still want to drive down to the Greeley Stampede, no problem. Use the new parking lots located on the North side of Island Grove Park and park for just .
Estimated attendance in that first official festival was 2,500 people.Adult Protective Services - Adult Protective Services (APS) provides protection for at-risk adults by investigating allegations of abuse, exploitation, caretaker neglect and self neglect.When appropriate, APS can assist the at-risk adult to arrange for services.Go west." The Greeley Independence Stampede entitlement came in 1972 by means of a community contest and featured: Pro Rodeos; kids rodeo; country and classic rock concerts; televised July 4 parade, a demolition derby, carnival midway, western art show, free stage entertainment, mixed with food and fun galore.In 2003, the Stampede Committee announced that the event would adopt the name Rocky Mountain Stampede.