Greeley stampede FAN GUIDE - AN A-Z DIRECTORY OF event SERVICES FOR OUR GUESTS
The Greeley Stampede is committed to providing every guest with a comfortable and enjoyable experience at the event, including guests with disabilities. To accommodate guests who are disabled, the Greeley Stampede offers the following:
- 15 minute drop off zone located on A Street near the Splash Park.
- Parking for guests displaying a state issued handicapped placard or license plate in 11th Avenue and 14th Avenue Lots. For more information on Greeley Stampede parking and rates, call 970-356-7787. Accessible parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Accessible seating options located on the west concourse of the Arena. For more information on accessible seating, please call the Ticket Office at 970-356-7787.
- Elevators for Stampede Arena Clubhouse level are by gate 7.
Permanent accommodations for wheelchair seating are available just behind boxes 13-22. The wheelchair ramp is located on the southwest side of the arena near gate 5.
Wheelchair and accessible seating tickets are available through the Greeley Stampede Ticket Office. Companion seating is also available for purchase in each of the wheelchair seating sections. Contact the Greeley Stampede Ticket Office at 970-356-7787 for more information and availability.
Address / Telephone / Fax
600 North 14th Avenue, Greeley, Colorado 80631
970-356-7787 (General offices)
All ticketed events include one-day park admission. All carnival day wristbands include one-day park admission.
|Under the age of 6
|Guests (ages 6-12)
|Guests (ages 13-60)
|Guests (ages 61+)
Save $2 off Park Admission. Discounted park admission coupons are available for FREE at the Greeley Chamber, Northern Colorado King Soopers, and select Greeley Ace Hardware stores. Available June 1st.
For all arena events, guests two years of age and older are required to have a ticket. Guests under the age of three years may sit in a ticketed guest’s lap.
Alcoholic Beverage Policies
The Greeley Stampede and our partners strongly encourage responsible consumption of alcoholic beverages. A summary of alcohol policies is listed below:
Greeley Stampede welcomes service animals utilized by Guests with disabilities. Any service animal that displays vicious behavior towards other Guests or employees may be denied entry or asked to leave the facility.
ATMs - Automated Tellers
There are ATMs located at each entrance of the park and throughout the grounds.
Audio/Video Recording Devices
Audio/video recording is generally prohibited for all concerts and special events. For information regarding specific show policies, please contact us at 970-356-7787. Greeley Stampede will not provide storage for such items.
Immediately following every rodeo performance, visit Gate 7 for a chance to get an autograph from rodeo royalty, the Stampede mascots, rodeo bull fighters and clowns, and even rodeo athletes.
Offered 90 minutes before every PRCA Rodeo performance.
There are bicycle racks located on Greeley Stampede grounds near 11th Avenue and Poudre Trail entrances. No bicycles are allowed in the park.
Show your helmet and bike to the ticket booth to receive free admission to the park and a Kaiser Permanente water bottle (while supplies last).
Box Office - Ticket Office
Stampede Ticket Office Hours
ON SALE-APRIL: Monday-Friday 10am-4pm
MAY: Monday-Friday 10am-5pm
JUNE: Monday-Friday 10am-6pm
EVENT: June 26-July 7 10am-12am
Five ways to buy tickets:
- Call the Stampede at 970-356-7787
- Visit the Stampede
- Online at www.GreeleyStampede.org*
- Visit any Colorado King Soopers location*
- Call TicketsWest at 866-464-2626 anytime*
*Additional convenience fees may apply.
The City of Greeley has bus transportation.
Learn more: http://greeleygov.com/services/greeley-evans-trans...
Fans are welcome to bring personal, point and shoot cameras into the Greeley Stampede. Cameras with telephoto or interchangeable/detachable lenses and external flash (professional photography equipment) are not permitted at any time. Lenses cannot be longer than three inches. Video recording devices, audio recording devices, monopods, bipods, tripods and selfie sticks are also not permitted. Video recording on any device and/or flash photography is prohibited at all times. This policy will be strictly enforced and management reserves the right to deny any electronic device at their discretion.
Guests are prohibited from wearing any clothing displaying profane or offensive material. Guests may be denied entry into the facility until the profane or offensive material is no longer visible. Guests found within the facility wearing clothing displaying items that can be construed as profane or offensive by management will be asked to provide a solution where the items will no longer be displayed. If no solution can be found or the solutions do not meet the satisfaction of management, the Guest may be ejected from the facility.
Code of Conduct
Please see our Event Policies page
Please contact us at 970-356-7787 for information regarding charitable events and other community activities associated with the Greeley Stampede.
Compliments, Comments, Concerns
During an event, Guests are encouraged to express any compliments, comments or concerns at our main Ticket Office or with any Guest Relations employee. After an event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to give feedback.
Cursing / Offensive Language
Cursing or the use of offensive language is prohibited at all times. Guests cursing or using offensive language may be ejected from the facility.
Diaper Changing Stations
Diaper changing stations are located in all men’s, women’s and family restrooms.
Fans experiencing displeasure at Greeley Stampede events due to unpleasant, rowdy, harassing or otherwise obnoxious fans in their seating section may notify the nearest Greeley Stampede staff member of the issue.
Drinking fountains are located in the Events Center, Buckle club, and near restrooms in the arena.
Attending an event at the Greeley Stampede is something that should be an enjoyable and safe experience for all. The goal is to avoid ejections or arrests whenever possible. However, it is of primary importance that each Guest is able to enjoy a quality experience while in attendance. Therefore, a code of conduct is enforced which emphasizes good sportsmanship and generally accepted standards of behavior. Season ticket members are responsible for the actions of their Guests and are subject to cancellation of tickets.
Passenger elevators are intended for use by Guests with Skybox or Clubhouse tickets. They are located at gate 7 of the arena.
Entry to Field of Play/Performance Area
Any Guests attempting to or actually entering a field of play or performance area will be immediately ejected and subject to arrest and prosecution by Greeley Police.
These facilities are larger, private restrooms with changing tables for use by families with small children. There are two located on the main level of the Buckle Club.
Any Guests involved in a physical or verbal altercation are subject to ejection, citation and Greeley Police arrest. If a patron(s) is ejected from the venue for fighting, the patron may be banned per league requirements from all related events for a period of at least one year or longer. If fighting occurs, fans may notify the nearest Greeley Stampede staff member of the issue.
First Aid Station
The first aid station is staffed by medical personnel and is located outside of the west grandstands. Paramedics are available during all events at the first aid station and regularly patrol the Arena. Please contact any usher for assistance.
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Guest Relations Info Booth
Guest Relations representatives are at the Greeley Stampede to ensure that all Guests have a safe, enjoyable experience.
Guest Relations representatives are happy to provide assistance with the following:
- Informational literature/questions
- Lost and Found
- Lost children/group members
In addition, there are Guest Relations staff stationed throughout the Arena to provide information and assistance.
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Lost and Found
Greeley Stampede provides lost and found services for its Guests from the Security Office. Found items should be taken to this locations or given to a Guest Relations staff member. During an event, Guests should visit the Security Office to inquire about lost items. After an event, to check on or claim a lost and found item, please call 970--356-7787. Lost and found items will be logged and kept for 14 calendar days. Unclaimed items will be donated to charity after the two-week holding period. Greeley Stampede management assumes no responsibility for items lost at events.
Lost Child/Guest Identification Program
Should you get separated from your child or others in your party, you should proceed to the Security Office. Guest Relations staff will accompany lost Guests to either of these locations and keep in contact with other staff members in the building to ensure the party is reunited.
Lost or Stolen Tickets
We do not refund lost tickets, but if proof is provided they were stolen we will accommodate accordingly.
Bucky & Bertha: Call 970-356-7787 or visit www.greeleystampede.org
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and located in the Buckle Club, this area is designed with families and mothers in mind as a private space available throughout the event.
Opening Times on Event Days
See individual event days for park hours. Arena gates open one hour before event starts.
Please see our Event Policies page
Large bags, briefcases and backpacks are subject to search and seizure upon entry and at any other time while on the grounds.
Prohibited items, equipment and film will be confiscated immediately. The Greeley Stampede will not be liable for any damage, loss or theft of prohibited items.
Guests may not bring audio or video recording devices into the arena. These devices include, but are not limited to, video cameras/camcorders and audio recording devices.
There are restrooms located throughout the park and in the Events Center, The Buckle Club, and Arena.
This Greeley Independence Day 5K Run/Walk is not a Stampede hosted event. Please visit www.run4greeley.com
to register for the race and for more information.
Scalping or Re-Selling Tickets at the Greeley Stampede
It is illegal to buy or sell any ticket for any event at the Greeley Stampede. Anyone caught attempting to sell in the restricted area will be prosecuted and, if a season ticket holder, face revocation of season tickets. Greeley Stampede does not guarantee the authenticity of tickets purchased from third parties and reserves the right to refuse entry for duplicate, stolen or inauthentic tickets.
Available for purchase or renewal each October. For season ticket information call: 970-356-7787
The Greeley Stampede has partnered with Smart Rides to offer safe and convenient taxi services. Smart Ride guests will be dropped off in the middle of the park near the southwest corner of the carnival on D Street and will be able to wait for the next available taxi service ride there too.
Call or text Smart Rides dispatch at 970-347-9791
Celebrate your independence responsibly.
Right Coast Pizza will also have shuttle service from Downtown Greeley.
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It is prohibited to solicit contributions or to distribute literature on property without written approval. A fine will be issued for clean-up expenses of unauthorized literature. Those soliciting contributions or distributing literature without approval are subject to citation or arrest.
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- Sunscreen Stations are available throughout the park near the 11th Street gate, Info booth and Food Court.
Strollers are not allowed inside the arena, but may be left outside the seat entrances at your own risk.
Merchandise available onsite at the Stampede. Look for the trailer by Gate 3 of the Stampede Arena.
Throwing objects within the facility is prohibited. Guests found throwing any object within the facility may be ejected and subject to Greeley Police arrest.
Please see our Event Policies page
Tours - Behind the Chutes
Behind the Chutes Tour sign up occurs at window 6 of the main ticket office beginning 2 hours prior to each PRCA rodeo performance.
Tickets left in Will Call may be picked up beginning two hours prior to an event. Guests will be asked to provide a picture ID corresponding to the name of the person under which the tickets are held.
Greeley Stampede guests are allowed to bring one (1) 20 oz or smaller factory sealed water bottle and/or one (1) empty water bottle (non-glass) that can be filled inside the event grounds. All persons and items may be subject to security inspection at park entrances and also at any time on Stampede grounds.
Visit this free attraction located off of 14th Avenue south of the Food Court for relaxation and a quiet place to enjoy the event!