GREELEY, Colorado (KDVR) – As Colorado leaves the stifling air of the 2020 COVID-19 shutdown, familiarities that give the state its musical clout come alive again.

Known as the local country music mecca, the annual Greeley Stampede will officially launch its 99th edition in just two months. Live music, greasy fair food, and competitive events that all rodeo lovers will soon experience since the pandemic that crippled the event world.

Photo credit: Greeley Stampede Super Stars Concert Series

The list of headliners for the Super Stars Concert Series, set to begin June 26th, consists of 3 Doors Down, TobyMac, Dwight Yokem, Dylan Scott and Hardy, who will conclude the series on July 3rd.

Superstar Concert Series packages, which allow you to attend all five concerts with one ticket, are available to purchase from the Greeley Stampede website for $ 100 starting May 3.

Those who do this midsummer extravaganza between June 24th and July 3rd do so with social distancing in mind. Compared to previous iterations, a much more constant cleaning schedule will be implemented this year, which will come with the establishment of disinfection stations at the venues.

“The concerts are very affordable with quality entertainment and we always try to have something for everyone,” said Justin Watada, general manager of the event.

In addition to the musical offerings, tickets for the PRCA ProRodeo series can be purchased for USD 15.

Tickets can also be bought by phone between 10 a.m. weekdays until 4 p.m.

The full overview of the events can be found on the Greeley Stampede homepage.

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