Get ready for the heart-pounding thrills at the 2021 Days of ’47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo July 20-24, 2021 at the 10,000 seat Days of ’47 Arena at the Utah State Fairpark, in the heart of Salt Lake City. The 2020 Days of 47 Cowboy Games and Rodeo has been postponed until 2021 due to complications arising from the Coronavirus pandemic. While we are being sidelined this year like the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, know we will be ready to ride again in 2021. Mark your calendars now for July 20-24, 2021 and follow us on social media and at nfrupdates.com.
Each of the four semi-final performances will consist of eight contestants in each rodeo discipline battling it out to advance on to the Gold Medal Round on July 24, 2021. The top two fastest times or highest scores in each discipline from each semi-final performance will move on, as will the top two fastest times or highest scores overall from all four semi-final performances combined, that have not yet advanced, making a total of ten contestants in each discipline in the Gold Medal Round.
|Venue||Utah State Fairpark, Salt Lake City, UT|
|Date||July 20 – 24|
|Time||7:30 PM ET|
|Broadcast||RFD-TV’s / The Cowboy Channel|
There’s a lot more than just world-class rodeo at the Days of ’47 Arena at the Utah State Fairpark. Whether it’s finger licking BBQ, live music and dancing, or a taste of the western lifestyle, you’re sure to find something for everyone in the family. Events start at 4 P.M. so be sure to plan for a fun-filled day at the Days of ’47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo. So, don’t miss a single moment of the Days of ’47 Rodeo 2019 live action. Don’t worry, If you can’t attend in Utah State Fairpark, we’ll discuss here how to watch Days of ’47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo online real-time TV coverage.
When is the Days of ’47 Rodeo 2021?
For individuals who plan on attending the Days of ’47 Rodeo 2021 festivities in Utah State Fairpark, Salt Lake City, UT, there are a variety of sponsored activities to get involved with during the 4-day period between July 20 – 24 7:30PM (ET). See complete Days of ’47 Rodeo schedule page.
Where is the Days of 47 Rodeo held?
The Komatsu Equipment Days of ’47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo, presented by Zions Bank, will be held at the Days of ’47 Arena at Utah State Fairpark—a $17.5-million, 10,000-seat, state-of-the-art outdoor arena in scenic Salt Lake City, Utah.
Where is the days of 47 arena?
Salt Lake City
Getting to the Days of ’47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo is easy. It’s located at the Days of ’47 Arena at the Utah State Fairpark in Salt Lake City, at 155 North 1000 West.
How long is the Pioneer Day Parade?
The three-hour event is held in Salt Lake City starting at 9:00 a.m. MDT on July 24, the same day as Pioneer Day, a Utah state holiday.
- Inaugurated: July 24, 1849
- Location(s): Salt Lake City
- Date(s): July 24
Days of ’47 Live Music Schedule
Appearing nightly on music stage by Lewis Feild Statue from 6:00 – 6:45 and after the Rodeo to 10:45 p.m.
- Tuesday, July 20 – Charley Jenkins
- Wednesday, July 21 – Conspiracy Highway
- Thursday, July 22 – Carver Louis
- Friday, July 23 – Charley Jenkins
- Saturday, July 24 – Fox Brothers
Why is it called Days of 47?
The parade has been called the “Days of 47” only since 1947. It was originally “Pioneer Days,” until 1931 when it became “Covered Wagon Days.” But what ever the name, this parade celebrates Utah’s unique history. … It was the first parade marking the arrival of the pioneers in the Salt Lake Valley.
What TV Channel will the Days of ’47 Rodeo be on?
The entirety of the Days of ’47 Rodeo main performances will air live on the RFD-TV’s / The Cowboy Channel. In an announcement during the Finals for RFD-TV’s THE AMERICAN, The Cowboy Channel, announced a partnership with Days of ’47 Rodeo to broadcast live all four days of rodeo action.
Watch Days of ’47 Rodeo 2019 live streaming
The 2021 Days of ’47 Rodeo will be broadcasting the July 20 – 24, 7:30 PM performances live on RFD-TV’s / The Cowboy Channel – live, anytime, and anywhere. RFD-TV is an American pay television channel that is owned by Rural Media Group. With this announcement, The Cowboy Channel is now distributed by all major MSOs including DISH channel 232, AT&T U-Verse channel 566, Suddenlink channel 365, Verizon FIOS channel 246, Charter Spectrum, Cox, Comcast, Mediacom, and many other rural cable systems.
How to watch Days of ’47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo online?
The Days of ’47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo 2021 will be available on the following devices and platforms: WatchESPN.com, iOS, Apple TV, Android, Chromecast, Kindle Fire, Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Xbox, Windows 8, and Roku. You must receive TV video service from At&T, U-Verse, Charter, Optimum, Bright House, Comcast, Cox, Dish, Timer Warner Cable, Verizon, Midcontinent, or DirectTV. To see if your provider has access to WatchESPN, visit WatchESPN.com/about. You will most likely need your account number to access. The following are some platforms where these strategies could be useful:
The Cowboy Channel is now distributed by all major MSOs including DISH channel 232, AT&T U-Verse channel 566, Suddenlink channel 365, Verizon FIOS channel 246, Charter Spectrum, Cox, Comcast, Mediacom, and many other rural cable systems.
Allows for the viewing of over 65 live channels at $40/month. In order to take advantage of the free possibilities, one would have to sign up and receive the free 7-day trial. If timed properly, one could watch the majority of the Days of ’47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo 2021 during the free trial period and cancel free of charge prior to the trial’s expiration.
The Cowboy Channel Now on DIRECTV. Beginning December 27, 2017, The Cowboy Channel, the first 24-hour television network totally dedicated to western sports and the western lifestyle, will be available on DIRECTV channel 603.
RFD–TV and FamilyNet added to Sling TV’s “Heartland Extra” . In addition to RFD–TV and FamilyNet, Heartland Extra includes the Sportsman Channel, the Outdoor Channel, the World Fishing Network, and PixL. Sling TV subscriptions start as low as $20 per month with the Sling Orange service.
Currently Sling TV carries FamilyNet, which is full of family-friendly content. Starting July 1 that channel will be called The Cowboy Channel and will be a network that will focus on western sports and the western lifestyle.
RFD–TV Country Club is a subscription service that lets viewers watch RFD–TV shows live through an online stream, or 24 hours after they’ve aired through Roku and other connected devices. For many popular RFD–TV shows, the Country Club offers every episode of the current season and previous seasons.
RFD–TV is as country as the culture it represents. From auctions to horse races, rural youth to gospel music, DISH Network Satellite TV’s RFD–TV nourishes the soul while it educates, entertains and explores the diverse world of agriculture and country living.
At launch, “The Cowboy Channel” will enjoy distribution into over 30 million homes on cable/satellite systems which carried FamilyNet, and will grow from that great foundation of being on DISH Network channel 232.
RFD-TV Country Club
“Country Club” is the name of RFD-TV’s direct-to-consumer subscription service. Yep, you can watch RFD-TV online without having to subscribe to a single other channel! RFD-TV maintains its own streaming service that shows nothing but RFD-TV content, and that makes it pretty darn affordable to get an RFD-TV live stream. RFD-TV Country Club costs $10 per month or $90 per year (educators can get a half-price discount on the annual rate).
Platform support is a little limited for RFD-TV Country Club right now (it’s only available in your browser, though the in-browser app works on mobile devices, too; we’ll talk more about platform support for all of these services in just a bit). But it’s a great way to get RFD-TV and nothing but RFD-TV at a very attractive price point.
Can I watch Days of ’47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, or Chromecast?
RFD-TV belongs on, well, your TV. So while we love watching streaming television without cable on our smartphones and tablets, let start with the good stuff: how to watch RFD-TV without cable on your smart TV or TV streaming device.
Good news! DirecTV Now and Sling TV both offer apps that work on or with Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, and Chromecast devices. Sling TV also has an app for Android TV, which is the streaming platform used on some Sony smart TVs, among other devices.
History was made on Monday night, July 24, in Salt Lake City at the Days of ’47 Arena. For the first time at a regular season PRCA/WPRA Rodeo gold, silver and bronze medals were awarded to the winners.
The two ladies that were the last to qualify for the $1 million rodeo went 1-2 on the final night. Recent Texas A&M University graduate Hailey Kinsel stopped the clock in 17.06 seconds to take the gold medal and $50,000, which will move her into the top 15 and a shot at her first Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.
Days of ’47 Games & Rodeo Format
Each of the four semi-final performances will consist of eight contestants in each rodeo discipline battling it out to advance on to the Gold Medal Round on July 24, 2021. The top fastest time or highest score in each discipline from each semi-final performance will advance to the Gold Medal Round along with the three (3) highest scores/fastest times overall, from all four combined Semi-Final performances that have not yet advanced. In addition, the #1 ranked athlete in each discipline of the final standings of the WCRA Segment 8 Leaderboard will be automatically qualified for the Gold Medal Round making a total of eight (8) contestants in each discipline in the Gold Medal Round. Scores/times from the Semi-Final performances will NOT carry forward to the Gold Medal Round (only to break ties). For complete rules, refer to the DO47CGR Contestant Agreement, DO47CGR Ground Rules and WCRA Competition Rules.
Days of ’47 Rodeo Past Winners
Barrel Racing: 1. Hailey Kinsel, Cotulla, Texas, 17.06 seconds, $50,000; 2. Kelly Tovar, Rockdale, Texas, 17.29, $25,000; 3. Lisa Lockhart, Oelrichs, S.D., 17.38, $12,000; 4. Kellie Collier, Hereford, Texas, 17.39, $6,000.
Days of ’47 Cowboy Games and Rodeo Medal Winners:
Gold: Hailey Kinsel, Cotulla, Texas
Silver: Kelly Tovar, Rockdale, Texas
Bronze: Lisa Lockhart, Oelrichs, S.D.
About the Rodeo
We have missed you! And we hope you have missed us too. Mark your calendars for July 20-24 as the Days of ’47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo presented by Zions Bank is “Ready to Ride Again” in 2021. Celebrating the modern-day pioneer spirit and our forefather’s rich western heritage, the event is held in the state of the art 17.5 Million-dollar Days of ’47 Arena at State Fair Park. There is not a bad seat in this venue, boasting of 10,000 reserved stadium style seats for its fans.
The Days of ’47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo, boasting a half a million dollars in prize money, has become a must stop on the summer rodeo schedule for contestants from the junior high level all the way to the pros of the sport as they vie for Gold, Silver and Bronze medals awarded to the top three, setting this rodeo apart from any other rodeo in the world. Contestants in bareback riding, steer wrestling, team roping, saddle bronc riding, tie- down roping, barrel racing, women’s breakaway roping and bull riding will earn the right to compete at the Days of ’47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo. The Gold Medal Round will take place on July 24 and the winners in each discipline will receive $25,000 in cash and a Cowboy Games Gold Medal.
All in all, the Days of ’47 Cowboy Games and Rodeo is a landmark event and a de facto defining period of time within any given rodeo year. For anyone who is a fan of rodeo, the main events and the surrounding festivities are must-see events and must-participate experiences if the financial means allow for it. Don’t miss a minute of the exhilarating Days of ’47 Rodeo 2019 live stream action this year from July 19 – 20, 22 – 24.