Do you love rodeos and want something you can do with your whole family? You won’t want to miss this year’s New Mexico State Fair Rodeo. The action starts on September 8 with a welcoming arts party and continues all the way through to September 18, 2022. You’ll find plenty of events taking place every day during the fair that you can check out before and after the rodeos. The PRCA New Mexico State Fair Rodeo brings together some of the top names in the field for an exciting experience that you won’t want to miss.
To make rodeos even more exciting, the PRCA partnered with a series of country music artists including Martina McBride, Brothers Osborne, Dwight Yoakam, and more. For one price, you get a ticket to both the rodeo and live music. In addition to these exciting performances, you can catch a stand-alone rodeo performance on both September 14th and 18th.
In addition to the entertainment, carnival, and rodeo there are several other special events going on throughout the week as well. Some of those events include the Strolling Piano which is a classical musician strolling through the fairgrounds entertaining guests of all ages, or the GASCAR Animal Races, where you can cheer on your favorite animal as they race to the finish line. Along with these two events, there are several more you can add to your schedule for the day. Make sure to check them all out by visiting the website.
How and Where to Buy Tickets
Tickets to these rodeo events start at $25 for standard bench seats. You can pay extra for a seat with a chair back or for one of the box seats, though you should keep in mind that tickets to some events go fast and that some shows may sell out before the scheduled date. You can purchase tickets online or at the gate if they are not sold out.
Experience New Mexico like never before with fun activities and events that are suitable for your whole family. You can ride any of the carnival rides, try your luck at a few games and chow down on classic foods like cotton candy and popcorn.
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