The Casey Tibbs South Dakota Rodeo Center hosts both a multi-purpose conference center and a historical museum devoted to the legendary sport of South Dakota rodeo.
In this classy two-level museum, you can see the extensive memorabilia of 9-time World Champion, Casey Tibbs, the spectacular trick rider of the 1920's, Mattie Goff Newcombe, and many other world champions from the state of South Dakota. We also display past and present rodeo aspects that range from the Little Britches, 4-H, High School Rodeo, College and beyond.
The Mattie Goff Newcombe Conference Center, located inside the Casey Tibbs South Dakota Rodeo Center, is a multi-purpose event room that can host a wide variety of events. Our conference center holds up to 300 guests, and is available for half-day, full-day, or multi-day rentals. Included in the rental fee, you gain access to tables, chairs, a fully catering-equiped kitchen, and on-site beer,wine, and liquor licenses. Linen, decorating and bartending services are also available.
The Casey Tibbs SD Rodeo Center is a non-partisan, non-profit business. We do NOT favor for or against any political party. Our By-Laws prohibit the Rodeo Center from being used for political gain. Any filming in or around the Rodeo Center is not permitted without prior approval from the Executive Director.
"Beautifully done! I so enjoyed the whole experience." -Linda W., Peoria, AZ
"Great! Worth the trip!" -Don S., Medicine Hat, Alberta
"Rodeo, Cowboys- perfect. Good museum. Glad we had a chance to see this." - John & Carotta J. , Woodbury, MN
"Terrific place. Long live Rodeo!" George & Debbie G., Hendersonville, TN
"Very fun fund! We stumbled upon a great museum while exploring Pierre!" - Kent & Elizabeth Woodfin, Alamo, GA
"Outstanding history of rodeo and a very nice museum! Enjoyed!"-Kathy O., Guntersville, AL
"It was a great find! Enjoyed the museum!" - Jerry & RoseMary M., Belen, NM