This Week on RFD-TV: 118th National Western Stock Show in Denver celebrates strong opening weekend
NWSS kicked off with nearly 108,000 attendees during the opening weekend, continuing a Colorado tradition since 1906.
The 118th National Western Stock Show commenced with an impressive start in Denver this week, drawing nearly 108,000 attendees during its opening weekend. This time-honored event, deeply rooted in Colorado’s history since 1906, brings together the essence of rodeo, livestock shows, and fairs to celebrate the state’s rich agricultural heritage.
Despite opening weekend figures slightly below last year’s record, the National Western Stock Show is set to captivate audiences until January 21st. The show’s appeal extends far beyond state borders, attracting show-goers from 48 states and 32 countries, and showcasing its global significance in the world of agriculture.
For those in Denver, today presents an exciting opportunity as it marks Free Grounds Admission Day, providing a chance for even more individuals to experience the unique atmosphere and offerings of this iconic stock show.
As the event unfolds, attendees can anticipate an exceptional showcase of talent and tradition. Notably, the Semifinals Round One Rodeo, a highlight of the National Western Stock Show, will be broadcast on the Cowboy Channel this Sunday at 8:30 PM Eastern.