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Rodeo de Santa Fe 2024

Santa Fe, New Mexico– The 75th Rodeo de Santa Fe is about to kick off! Don’t miss out on the ultimate experience from June 19th through June 22nd at 3237 Rodeo Road, Santa Fe, NM 87507.ย There will be the carnival midway, vendors, concessions, beer and wine available for purchase at the event! Mutton Bustinโ€™ and youth barrel racing events will take place which continues to be a crowd favorite each year. Come experience the rich western heritage as youโ€™ll watch top rodeo athletes including the rankest animal athletes compete!

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Schedule of Events

  • Wednesday, June 19
    • Family Night
    • One child 10 and under FREE with paid adult general admission ticket.
  • Thursday, June 20
    • Military and First Responder Night
    • Military and First Responders FREE general admission ticket with ID.
  • Friday, June 21
    • Tough Enough to Wear Pink
  • Saturday, June 22nd
    • 75th Rodeo de Santa Fe Night

*Wednesday – Family Night.  One child 10 and under FREE with paid adult general admission ticket.
*Thursday – Military and First Responders FREE general admission ticket with ID
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ALL AGES REQUIRE A TICKET

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History

In 1949 Roy Butler, Paul Rutledge, Paul Ragle, Austin โ€œSlimโ€ Green, Gene Petchesky, and a few others had a dream to put together a professional rodeo in Santa Fe, NM and that was the year Rodeo de Santa Fe was born. Their dream exceeded all of their expectations and took off as today this rodeo remains one of the top 60 PRCA Rodeos in the nation. Nearly 500 contestants, including many world champion cowgirls and cowboys, came to compete at last yearโ€™s Rodeo de Santa Fe. This year the rodeo expects to see even more champions compete and they are a qualifier for the American Rodeo.

Grab your tickets today, come make some new memories with your loved ones, and experience the Rodeo de Santa Fe 2024!

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