CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Grab your cowboy boots and hat — the 124th annual Daddy of 'Em All is just around the corner and Cheyenne Frontier Days (CFD) has announced its 2020 night show schedule.

Cody Johnson with Aaron Watson open the 10-day western celebration on Friday, July 17, 2020. Trace Adkins closes out the first weekend of CFD on Sunday, July 19.

After back-to-back nights of Professional Bull Riders (PBR), Thomas Rhett will perform on Wednesday, July 22 with special guest Hardy.

Eric Church headlines the Frontier Nights concert on Friday, July 24 and Blake Shelton takes the stage Saturday, July 25.

Acts for Saturday, July 18 and Thursday, July 23 will be announced at a later date.

“We are thrilled with the lineup so far for 2020,” Contract Acts Chairman Randy Krafft said. “We are still working on our remaining shows and will announce them as we get them signed.”

Cheyenne Frontier Days 2020 Frontier Nights Schedule

  • Friday, July 17 — Cody Johnson with Aaron Watson
  • Saturday, July 18 — TBA
  • Sunday, July 19 — Trace Adkins with TBA
  • Monday, July 20 — PBR: Last Cowboy Standing
  • Tuesday, July 21 — PBR: Last Cowboy Standing
  • Wednesday, July 22 — Thomas Rhett with Hardy
  • Thursday, July 23 — TBA
  • Friday, July 24 — Eric Church with Ashley McBryde
  • Saturday, July 25 — Blake Shelton with John King

Tickets for the Frontier Nights shows go on sale Friday, Dec. 13 at CFDRodeo.com.

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Held the last full week of July, Cheyenne Frontier Days is a huge, 10-day western celebration. The event has been held since 1897 so that Cheyenne can celebrate its Old West roots.

In addition to the world-class Frontier Nights entertainment acts, the event offers the world's largest outdoor rodeo – which draws the top pros who compete for more than $1 million in prize money.

The 124th annual Cheyenne Frontier Days opens Friday, July 17 and continues through Sunday, July 26, 2020.

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