The National Western Stock Show wrapped up after a record year, packing more than 670,000 people into the complex and bringing in an estimated $100 million.
When the Denver faced a battle to keep the National Western Stock Show it promised to take a closer look at the condition of the buildings. A study has been released that recommends improvements there and at other Denver attractions.
The National Western Stock Show wrapped up Sunday eveing for another year. Organizers were pleased with attendance and now they already are preparing for an even bigger and better show next year.
Moving the National Western Stock Show was a major topic of discussion, but it’s staying in Denver after all — with some changes.
The 106-year-old National Western Stock Show wants to stay in Denver despite facing $100 million in maintenance needs, show officials said Tuesday.
Saturday was the opening day of the National Western Stock Show in Denver. It comes after plans to move the stock show to Aurora officially came off the table last month.
Rodeos, fiddle championships, horse shows, art shows, cowboy poetry and bidding in the livestock auction barns are on tap with the start of the 105th National Western Stock Show in Denver.