The 108th Snake River Stampede kicks off rodeo week this year, July 18-22, at the Ford Idaho Center in Nampa. In late May, the Snake River Stampede announced a partnership with Mother Earth Brewery and introduced their new "Snake River Stampede Lager," which will be sold in 16oz cans and available for purchase at all of the Ford Idaho Center events and during the week of the rodeo.
The Snake River Stampede rodeo is not only a great event held each year for the community but a great event for women. Each year the Snake River Stampede has a dedicated night for Stampede For The Cure. Since 2006 the rodeo has raised $1,000,000+ to help women in the Treasure Valley and throughout Idaho get mammograms.
Each year during the Snake River Stampede, Stampede For The Cure will have their night at the rodeo on July 19, 2023. This year the Stampede For The Cure has teamed up with 104.3 Wow Country to bring out one of Nashville's rising stars, Shane Profitt. Immediately following the rodeo, Shane Profitt will take the stage at the Ford Idaho Center Amphitheater. 104.3 Wow Country and the Snake River Stampede invite you to wear pink for the "Stampede For The Cure" event.
Shane Profitt's debut single "How It Oughta Be" is in the top 20 on the country radio chart and has gained followers worldwide with his down-home country feel. Playing sold-out shows at the historic Ryman Auditorium, this 22-year-old from Columbia, Tennessee, has a bright future ahead of him.
Snake River Stampede Events 2023
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