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Save the Date for San Angelo Rodeo 2023!

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San Angelo Rodeo is back for another exciting year! Running March 31st through April 15th, 2023. The rodeo is held in the Foster Communications Coliseum on the San Angelo Fairgrounds and is sure to offer their fans and competitors a top-notch event. The turnout of competitors is some of the largest numbers in the PRCA since this rodeo is a “Permit Max” and welcomes new competitors as well as the familiar faces of rodeo to come and compete. 

The San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with over 1,000 passionate volunteers. These volunteers work all year long dedicating their time to preserving western heritage and promoting all things agriculture. They produce many events throughout the year including the Cinch Roping Fiesta, the Silver Spur Circuit Octoberfest AQHA Show,  the San Angelo Stock Show, and Rodeo Quarter Horse Show, and of course, the annual Stock Show and Rodeo. This is in hopes to produce events that draw in different people and organizations into the town of San Angelo. With San Angelo Rodeo ranking as one of the nation’s largest payouts in rodeo, the stock show also provides the largest economic impact of any event held in the city of San Angelo.

History of San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo

The history behind the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo is as rich as the payout. The first-ever event took place on the San Angelo Polo Fields in 1932. In 1934, the event was moved to the fairgrounds, and they started what they called an experimental “baby” rodeo for entertainment purposes. 

In 1955 the rodeo changed to a professional rodeo, and in 1959, the San Angelo Coliseum was completed. As years went on many improvements and renovations were made to the fairgrounds. These improved facilities have helped the rodeo and stock show to continue to flourish into one of the highest rodeos for total entries as well as one of the largest livestock shows in the nation. 

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Each of the 12 PRCA sanctioned rodeo events offers bareback riding, saddle bronc riding, calf roping, team roping, steer wrestling, women’s barrel racing, and bull riding, with all performances including Mutton’ Bustin. The stock contractor this year is Pete Carr Pro Rodeo.

PRCA RODEO PERFORMANCES

  • Friday, March 31 – 7:30 p.m. ($15.50)
  • Saturday, April 1 – 1:00 p.m. ($12.50)
  • Saturday, April 1 – 7:30 p.m. ($20.50)
  • Sunday, April 2 – 2:00 p.m. ($12.50)
  • Thursday, April 6 – 7:30 p.m. ($10.50)
  • Friday, April 7 – 7:30 p.m. ($15.50)
  • Saturday, April 8 – 1:00 p.m. ($12.50)
  • Saturday, April 8 – 7:30 p.m. ($20.50)
  • Concho Educators Federal Credit Union Xtreme Bulls: Sunday, April 9 – 2:00 p.m. ($15.50)
  • Military Appreciation: Wednesday, April 12 – 7:30 p.m. ($10.50)
  • Thursday, April 13 – 7:30 p.m. ($10.50)
  • PRCA Finals – Friday, April 14 at 7:30 PM ($25.50)

The best contestants from this year’s rodeo (the top 12) will be back to compete once again for the championship. Fans will not want to miss some of the best in the business fight for this coveted title! The Finals bring you the best contestants from this year’s rodeo!

Cinch Chute-Out – Saturday, April 15 at 7:30 PM ($30.50)

These tickets are selling fast, and the total purse is at $100,000 for this one single event! Fans can also attend slack. This event has no admission fee, and still brings top performers. 

Tickets

Tickets go on sale to the public on March 6 at 10 AM. Available online or in person at the Coliseum Box Office. Although there are many performances to choose from, fans won’t want to wait long to grab one for themselves. Historically 98% of all the tickets are sold before the performance, and ten will sell out. We will see you in San Angelo! Learn more about the San Angelo Stock Show & Rodeo here.

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I am a born and raised Arizona Native with a rich background in all things agriculture. In my personal life as a competitor, student, and rodeo queen- 2019 Miss Rodeo Arizona. As well as in my professional life, as a Veterinary Technician and loper for a cutting horse trainer. Life has taken me down many paths, but has always been driven by the western way of life and the need for adventure! I am so excited to share stories in order to highlight what this lifestyle means to people, and the passion that drives it.

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