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It’s Time for the San Angelo Rodeo 2022!

Come one, come all! First held in 1934, the San Angelo Rodeo, taking place April 1-17, 2022, is one of the most beloved rodeos in Texas. A favorite of Lone Star State cowboys and cowgirls for decades. Known for attracting great crowds as well as many of the world’s best rodeo competitors, the PRCA San Angelo Rodeo has gained a reputation for great action and excitement from start to finish.

Rodeo Schedule

PRCA Performances

  • Friday, April 1 – 7:30 p.m. (tickets starting at $15.50)
  • Saturday, April 2 – 1:00 p.m. ($12.50)
  • Saturday, April 2 – 7:30 p.m. ($20.50)
  • Sunday, April 3 – 2:00 p.m. ($12.50)
  • Thursday, April 7 – 7:30 p.m. ($10.50)
  • Friday, April 8 – 7:30 p.m. ($15.50)
  • Saturday, April 9 – 1:00 p.m. ($12.50)
  • Saturday, April 9 – 7:30 p.m. ($20.50)
  • Concho Education Fed Credit Union Xtreme Bulls: Sunday, April 10 – 2:00 p.m. (tickets starting at $15.50)

Military Appreciation: Wednesday, April 13 – 7:30 p.m. (tickets starting at $10.50)
Thursday, April 14 – 7:30 p.m. (tickets starting at $10.50)

PRCA Finals

The Finals bring you the best contestants from this year’s rodeo. The top 12 in each event come back to town to compete for the championship! It is one of the most coveted titles in Pro Rodeo! The finals will take place Friday, April 15 at 7:30 PM (tickets starting at $25.50).

Credit to San Angelo Rodeo Facebook

Cinch Chute-Out

Contestants in each event are made up of the top five from the 2021 year-end standings, and the top five from the current 2022 world standings. In the first go-round, each contestant goes head to head and the four with the fastest times, or best scores, advance to the second round. From those four, the one with the best ride or run in the second go-round gets a check of $12,500 in each event! The total purse this year is $100,000 for the single performance. You watch the best of the best compete for life-changing money and the title of Cinch Chute Out Champion, all on the same night! The Cinch Chute Out will take place Saturday, April 16 at 7:30 PM ($30.50).

Credit to San Angelo Rodeo Facebook

Rodeo Events

Because the San Angelo Rodeo has such a rich tradition, fans can always count on seeing many of the best rodeo events anywhere. For this year’s rodeo, fans can expect to see such exciting events as:

  • Bull riding
  • Saddle bronc riding
  • Bareback riding
  • Team roping
  • Calf roping
  • Steer wrestling
  • Barrel racing

With both cowboys and cowgirls competing in many of these events, fans of this great Texas rodeo can expect to be cheering for their favorite competitors from beginning to end.

Credit to San Angelo Rodeo Facebook

Special Events 

Since rodeo fans are some of the most passionate in the world about their sport, their community, and their country, the San Angelo Rodeo always contain a number of special events to entertain fans, as well as affiliations with numerous charities that help cure illnesses, support military veterans, and help local community members in need of food and other assistance. Along with these important events, fans of this great event can also look forward to such activities as the Gala of the Royal Horses, RQHA Horse Show, concerts, carnivals, after-party dances, Rodeo Queen contests, and plenty of other activities that will delight Lone Star State rodeo fans of all ages.

Credit to San Angelo Rodeo Facebook

Purchase Your Tickets Now

Because the PRCA San Angelo Stock Rodeo is such a popular Texas attraction year in and year out, it’s always a good idea to get your tickets as soon as possible. If you’d like, you can stop by the Foster Communications Coliseum at the San Angelo Fairgrounds to purchase tickets, or you can instead purchase tickets online at Whatever method you choose, you are sure to be attending a truly unique Texas-style event, where we all know everything is always bigger and better than what you’ll find anywhere else. We hope to see you in San Angelo!

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My name is Keylie Kemple, I was born and raised on a horse ranch in Durango, Colorado. I am a horse trainer, as well as an active WPRA roper! I go to college at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, NM, where I plan to get a bachelor's in Management and Administration! I currently reside in Arizona to rope and ride in the sun! Journalism is a great love of mine and I can't wait to get to work!

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