The 120th Daddy of 'em All is in the books, and while this year's crowd wasn't as big as last year's, it was still one for the ages.

Cheyenne Frontier Days (CFD) General Chairman Bill Berg says a total of 540,250 people attended the 2016 celebration and a total of 259,193 tickets were sold.

"We finished with the fourth largest total attendance in CFD's history," said Berg. "We had ticket buyers from all 50 states and 33 countries."

Berg says Monday and Tuesday night's Championship Bull Riding was "the largest ever" with 13,328 fans in attendance.

A new record for night show attendance was also set on the final Saturday, as 25,011 guests watched Florida Georgia Line rock the new stage.

"I'm very pleased with this year's crowd," said Berg. "We advertise and promote our show all over the country and I think it was a great year."