FALCON FRONTIER DAYS RODEO
The Falcon Frontier Days Rodeo is an event that occurs every fall in September. The rodeo is a completely student run event that takes place on the rodeo grounds at the University of Wisconsin River Falls Lab Farm 1. The rodeo is now celebrating its 58th anniversary, and is a tradition for many families in the area. We'd love to see you there!
Falcon Frontier Rodeo Schedule - 2022
Friday, September 9th : TBD
Saturday, September 10th: TBD
WHAT TO EXPECT
When you attend a Falcon Frontier Rodeo performance, you can expect to have a boot stompin' good time. This event is open to anyone, and members of the public are highly encouraged to join the fun! Tickets are available at the gate or online. The rodeo grounds are located at: 1529 S Wasson Lane River Falls WI, next to UWRF's Lab Farm 1. Parking is available on site on a first come, first served basis. You should plan on each performance lasting between 2 and 2.5 hours. Concessions are available through our food stand, with all proceeds going to our rodeo team.
There are 9 main events at the Falcon Frontier Rodeo, including bareback riding, breakaway roping, tie-down roping, saddle bronc riding, team roping, goat tying, steer wrestling, barrel racing, and bull riding. To learn more about these events, click here. Besides these events, most rodeos have some additional activities that members of the audience may get to participate in. These events may include a boot race, or mutton busting.
OTHER UWRF RODEO CLUB EVENTS
Besides the Falcon Rodeo, The UWRF Rodeo Club hosts and participates in several other events throughout the year. These vary from year to year, but can include a Roundup event, roping and goat tying clinics, and participating in other community events. To keep informed about our current and upcoming events and activities, follow our Facebook page.