Livingston Roundup Rodeo

46 View Vista Dr
Livingston, MT 59047



The Livingston Roundup Rodeo has a long and colorful history of its own, dating back to the “Roaring 20s,” when the event began. In October 1923, Livingston’s own Charlie Murphy was in charge of the stock at the Madison Square Garden Rodeo in New York City. On Labor Day of 1924, 28 heads of those top bucking horses were in Livingston and a rodeo had officially come to Park County. The Livingston Roundup really got going in 1925. The roundup was one of eight Class A rodeos in the nation and at the time had a purse of more than $3,000, or $41,095.89 in today’s dollars. The Livingston Roundup Rodeo continues that tradition with some of the finest rodeo action that the West has to offer, and some of the best rough stock in the country.

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