The Cheyenne Frontier Days Arena is one of Wyoming's largest venues. Although Wyoming is a wide-open space with vast, empty landscapes, it has the smallest population of any state in the US. Despite a small population, Wyoming hosts The Frontier Days Festival at the arena, the world's largest outdoor rodeo and western celebration. It's a hugely important place for country and western culture. For example, rodeo rider and songwriter Chris LeDoux's ashes were spread at the arena after he passed away. It is also home to concerts for huge acts like Lady Antebellum, Miranda Lambert, Tim McGraw and even Post Malone. StubHub is your source for Cheyenne Frontier Days tickets and all their great events.
What is the Cheyenne Frontier Days arena's seating capacity?
The Cheyenne Frontier Days seating capacity is for up to 19,000 people.
What levels of seating are available?
The Party Zone is a general admissions area near the stage. This is a great place for energetic adults. For families with children, seats are recommended. The B and C stands both offer great sightlines.
Can I bring my child to the show?
The answer is that it depends on the show. In general, yes, children are welcome. Most Cheyenne Frontier Days events are for all ages, but some may be 18+ or 21+. It all depends on the artist. Always check before purchasing tickets.
What is parking like at the arena?
Guests attending Cheyenne Frontier Days events will find paid parking at the venue. The rate changes over time, so be sure to check rates on the official website. Parking lots close at 1 a.m. There is no overnight parking without permission. Convenient Park-n-Ride shuttle service is also available during the Frontier Days Festival.
Is the arena accessible for patrons with disabilities?
It's a good idea for guests with disabilities to contact the Frontier Park office before arriving. There are two lots with handicapped parking available. Management at the arena make every effort to accommodate patrons with disabilities.
Can I bring my pet with me?
Pets are not permitted in the Cheyenne Frontier Days arena at Frontier Park. However, the venue welcomes certified service animals.
Are there other attractions in the area?
Cheyenne has more to offer than rodeos and country western music. The Cheyenne Botanic Garden displays plants from all over the world. The Cheyenne Depot Museum celebrates railroads and their place in American history and culture. Cheyenne is the state capital of Wyoming, and the beautiful capitol building is also well worth seeing.Back to Top
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