RidePass to stream network's first rodeo

Rode All-Star will take place April 13-14 in Denver. Photo: Rodeo All-Star

Highlights

  • Rodeo All-Star will be carried exclusively on RidePass and will include a full weekend of rodeo action along with a whole slate of activities.
  • Former roper Andy Seiler along with Former Miss Rodeo America Amy Wilson will serve as play-by-play and sideline reporters.
  • Each Rodeo All-Star winner will earn a berth into the Days of '47 Cowboy Games and Rodeo at Utah State Park July 19-21 and 23-24.

In This Article

Pueblo, Colo. – RidePass, the new western sports digital streaming network, will carry its first live rodeo, Rodeo All-Star, April 13-14, at the National Western Events Center in Denver.  The event, exclusively streaming live and on-demand on RidePass, will include a weekend of professional rodeo, mutton bustin’, a fashion show, country concert and more.

Fans can see all the rodeo action on RidePass beginning on Friday April 13 at 7 p.m. MT, as well as on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. MT and Saturday night at 7 p.m. MT. 

Former team roper Andy Seiler, who announces at PRCA rodeos nationwide, will be calling the play-by-play on RidePass with Amy Wilson serving as sideline reporter. Wilson – sideline reporter for The American and former Miss Rodeo America – will also compete in the barrel racing competition, providing a true insider’s perspective from the dirt.

Rodeo All-Star attracts top rodeo athletes from around the world, including tie-down roper Fred Whitfield, an eight-time world champion and ProRodeo hall of famer, and Cody DeMoss, the 2017 American Rodeo saddle bronc riding champion. The Rodeo All-Star winners will each earn a berth into the Days of ’47 Cowboy Games and Rodeo, scheduled for July 19-21 and 23-24 at the Utah State Fair Park. The bull riding at the Days of ’47 will be a PBR sanctioned event.

Following Rodeo All-Star, RidePass will cover its second rodeo event with the WCRA Rodeo Showdown from the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas on May 5 and 6.

Available at RidePass.com and via Apple and Android mobile apps, RidePass is the new western sports digital streaming network featuring more than 100 annual live western sports and PBR events, original series, news, highlights and rider interviews.  To watch Rodeo All Star live or on-demand, visit RidePass.com or download the RidePass app in the iTunes App store (iOS) or Google Play store (Android).

Tickets to Rodeo All-Star Weekend start at just $25 and are on sale now at rodeoallstar.com, the National Western Box Office, King Soopers locations, or by phone at 1-866-464-2626

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