The annual Brush Rodeo is a staple Fourth of July Celebration held every year in Brush, Colorado at the Morgan County Fairgrounds. This year the 67th Brush Rodeo will be full of entertainment and events for all to enjoy.
While events are still being scheduled and confirmed by the Brush Rodeo Association, in years past the rodeo has consisted of bareback bronc riding, break-away roping, bull riding, calf roping, cowgirls breakaway roping, mixed team roping, mutton bustin’, saddle bronc riding, steer wrestling and team roping.

The three-day community celebration also traditionally includes a July 4 parade, book sale, quilt show and Western art show, a nightly beer garden and special entertainment during each rodeo performance.

The Brush Rodeo is a member of the Colorado Professional Rodeo Association and became a member of that organization in 2005. Before that time, the rodeo was billed as the World’s Largest Amateur Rodeo.
Price of admission is $10 for adults and $5 for children ages 12 and under.

The Brush Rodeo Association is still meeting to confirm events and performances so be sure to stay tuned on their Facebook Page @BrushRodeo.