CFD shatters 2-day ticket sales record
WYOMING – Cheyenne Frontier Days set a two-day cumulative sales record with 104,619 tickets sold across all events for this summer’s festivities.
The double bill of Garth Brooks and Ned LeDoux, scheduled for the July 23 performance of 2021 Frontier Nights, sold out within minutes.
In addition to the entertainment acts, the Professional Bull Riders will host its Last Cowboy Standing series and the annual Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Rodeo will return to the CFD arena this summer.
“We are grateful for the support of all these fans that continue to support CFD Night Shows and Rodeo,” chairman of Romeo Entertainment Group Bob Romeo said. “As we all recover from the COVID pandemic, this milestone is a testament to the power of live entertainment and the amazing artists that stuck with us and agreed to be part of this stellar 125th anniversary celebration. We look forward to continuing the long tradition of bringing the biggest and best musical acts to Cheyenne.”
Randy Krafft, chairman of Contract Acts, added: “We are so glad to be sharing this lineup for 2021. It has been a long year for all of us and we can’t wait to welcome our fans back to Frontier Park.”
Tickets remain available at www.cfdrodeo.com and at 307-778-7222. The ticket office is not open for in-person sales at this time.
Cheyenne Frontier Days is honoring Wyoming native Chris LeDoux throughout this 125th anniversary. A bronze statute of LeDoux will be added to the sculpture collection on Frontier Park and a dedication will take place on July 23.