There are still a few days to get your nomination form in for this year's Tribute Dinner! Individuals, families and exceptional rodeo animals are nominated by the public for six different categories: Past Rodeo Great, Present Rodeo Cowboy Great, Present Rodeo Cowgirl Great, Rodeo Promoter, Ranch Cowboy Family and Rodeo Animal Athlete.
They are honored at the Tribute Dinner Saturday, November 7th, The night begins with a social,and a dinner and presentations following. Those chosen will be nominated that evening and their photos are added along with many other past Tribute Honorees for our permanent display.
Nomination forms are available on our website: www.caseytibbs.com or at the Rodeo Center. Call us at 605-494-1094 for more information.
Make plans to attend our fall event featuring live music by Nationally renown singer/musician Del Shields on Saturday, September 12, 2015.
This free event will be outside on the rodeo grounds from 3-5pm. (free will offering) Bring your lawn chairs! Beer, wine, soda and water available. Free admission to the museum that day.
In case of incliment weather, Del will play in the 2nd level conference center!
The Casey Tibbs Rodeo Center is located near the Verendrye Monument in Fort Pierre, South Dakota is a historical museum devoted to the legendary sport of South Dakota rodeo; the history and its stars.
With an extensive collection of the memorabilia and collections of icons Casey Tibbs, 9 times World Champion Saddle Bronc Rider and Mattie Goff Newcombe, the spectacular trick rider of the 1920s, this museum provides a historical view into the rich culture which has made rodeo such an important part of South Dakota history.