Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo Tickets
Event: Forth Worth Stock Show and Rodeo
2020 Location: Dickies Arena, Fort Worth, Texas
Dates: Jan. 17–Feb. 8, 2020
Arena spectator capacity: 9,300
First Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo Held: 1896
Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo TicketsThe Fort Worth Stock Show Rodeo will take place at the Dickies Arena for the first time in 2020. For more than 90 years, the rodeo had been held at the Will Rogers Coliseum, and that building will still host many equestrian events during the show. Other activities that are featured during the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo include a parade, animal competitions, 4-H and FFA judging events, cooking demonstrations and cultural celebrations. Attendees of a Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo event will be treated to some of the top performers of the PRCA as well as many other types of entertainment, including the Ranch Rodeo, Cowboys of Color Rodeo, RodeoX Extreme Team Competition and PRCA Extreme Bull Riding. During the events, you can see many breeds of cattle are competing, including Braunvieh, shorthorn, Herefords, Brangus and Limousin. Many bands will perform at the Bud Light Roadhouse, including Carlton Anderson, The Dirty River Boys, Mac Powell and the Family Reunion and Straight Tequila Night. StubHub is the place to get your Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo tickets.
Who are some top rodeo performers who may appear at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo?Many of 2019’s winners may be back in 2020 to try to defend their titles in the Southwest Exposition and Livestock Show, which is more commonly called the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. In 2019, Marcus Theriot, who competed in steer wrestling and team roping, was the all-around cowboy. Winning the bareback riding average was Ty Breuer while there was a tie between Stephen Culling and Josh Clark in steer wrestling. Winning the team roping average was Adam Rose and Jett Hillman while Sterling Crawley managed to win the average by one point in the saddle bronc riding. Marty Yates won the average in the tie-down roping while Foster McCraw won the bull riding. Bringing home the ladies’ barrel racing average was Hailey Kinsel.
What can I expect during the farm ranch rodeo?The contestants during this type of rodeo are usually working cowboys. Contests held during the ranch rodeo include stock sorting, cow milking, vet skills and bronc riding. A mutton busting contest is also part of the ranch rodeo complete with kids trying to ride a sheep.
Who may be competing during the PRCA Extreme Bull Riding event at the Rodeo?The Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo is the first stop on the PRCA Extreme Bull Riding tour. You may want to be on hand to see if cowboys, like Mike Moore and B.J. Schumacher, can ride for the full eight seconds, or you may want to root for the top bulls to defeat the cowboys.
Is the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo the same every year?No. The events and attractions at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo vary from year to year. In 2020, American Mustangs will be in a couple of events. There will be craft beer tastings and a new wine tasting area. You can also watch college students compete in starting a colt under a saddle. Watch women ride sidesaddle during the Escaramuza Competition, and listen to music during the mariachi competition. Ten mustangs have been placed with trainers approved by the Mustang Heritage Foundation. They will be back and compete for top honors. Then, after the show, the wild mustangs will be put up for sale.
Where can I get tickets for the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo?The best place to get tickets to the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo is at StubHub. The convenient desktop and mobile apps make it easy to purchase a wide variety of tickets.
How much are tickets to the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo?The cost of tickets depends on which activities you want to partake in during the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. Generally, the more activities you want to see and do, the more your ticket will cost.
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