Get There

Getting to the Days of ’47 Rodeo is easy. It’s located at the Days of ’47 Arena at the Utah State Fair Park in Salt Lake City, at 155 North 1000 West. Drive your car, ride the bus, ride your horse – whichever method works best for you. Here are some details to make your trip an easy one. Happy trails.



Using UTA

This year, UTA makes getting to the rodeo easier than ever. You can use your rodeo ticket as fare on UTA TRAX, FrontRunner and regular bus, for the date printed on the ticket. Not valid on Paratransit or Park City services. The best way to go to the rodeo is with TRAX. Take TRAX Green Line to Fairpark Station, located next to Utah State Fair Grounds. The Green Line is accessible from Frontrunner at North Temple Bridge Station or from the Red Line at Central Pointe, Ballpark, 900 South, and Courthouse Stations. If you are traveling from Draper on the Blue Line simply transfer to the Green Line at Central Pointe Station. So leave your trusty steed at home and hop onto UTA rail and bus to make your way over to the Days of ’47 Rodeo.

Parking at the Days of ’47 Rodeo

Main parking is located at 200 North and 1000 West, with additional parking lots availablewest of the Jordan River, south of North Temple at White Ball Park, and off of 300 North and 1100 West. For more information visit the Utah State Fair’s website.



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