City of La Quinta:
The San Angelo Rodeo holds twelve PRCA sanctioned rodeo performances. Each performance includes one section of Bareback Riding, Steer Wrestling, Team Roping, Saddle Bronc Riding, Calf Roping, Barrel Racing and Bull Riding.
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Friday, April 9 – 7:30 p.m. ($15.50)
Saturday, April 10 – 1:00 p.m. ($12.50)
Saturday, April 10 – 7:30 p.m. ($20.50)
CMN: Sunday, April 11 – 2:00 p.m. ($12.50)
Thursday, April 15 – 7:30 p.m. ($10.50)
Friday, April 16 – 7:30 p.m. ($15.50)
Saturday, April 17 – 1:00 p.m. ($12.50)
Saturday, April 17 – 7:30 p.m. ($20.50)
X-Treme Bulls: Sunday, April 18 – 2:00 p.m. ($15.50)
Military Appreciation: Wednesday, April 21 – 7:30 p.m. ($10.50)
Tough Enough to Wear Pink: Thursday, April 22 – 7:30 p.m. ($10.50)
Short-Go a.k.a. “Finals”
The Short-Go, also known as the Finals, is the last of the PRCA Rodeo performances. In this performance, the top twelve contestants in the average of each event compete for not only money in the go-round, but purse and title as San Angelo Champion.
Friday, April 23 at 7:30 PM ($25.50)
This is a fast-paced, thrilling rodeo performance featuring eight contestants in the following five events: Bareback Riding, Barrel Racing, Saddle Bronc Riding, Tie Down Roping, and Bull Riding. The first go round, each of the eight contestants go head to head and the four with the fastest times, or best scores advance to the second round. From those four in each event, the one with the fastest time in the second go round, takes home $12,500 in each event! The total purse is $100,000 for the single performance.
Beer Barn live music lineup
The live music lineup has been announced for the 2021 San Angelo Rodeo at the Buffalo Social Club, better known as the Beer Barn.
“The Buffalo Social Club is a great place for adults to sit back and have a nice calming drink after being at the fairgrounds and rodeo all day,” according to the rodeo’s Facebook page. “Whether you want to sit down and unwind or put on your dancing boots to two-step your way to a fun night, the Buffalo Social Club is the place to do it.”
The rodeo and carnival will take place April 9-24.
Here is the live music schedule at the Beer Barn:
Friday April 9: Clete Bradley & The Mood
Saturday April 10: Jeremy Studdard Music
Thursday April 15: Cade Holliday
Friday April 16: Bri Bagwell
Saturday April 17: William Beckmann
Wednesday April 21: Kaleb McIntire
Thursday April 22: Jack Nelson
Friday April 23: Mario Flores and The Soda Creek Band
Saturday April 24: James Lann Music
Western Shamrock Carnival
The Western Shamrock Carnival will kick off starting Friday, April 9, 2021 and run through Saturday, April 24, 2021 with all the wild rides and delicious food you have come to love! Ferris wheels to funnel cakes, ring toss to roller coasters, the carnival has something for everyone in the family! Each year the carnival sees close to 150,000 visitors enter the venue while nearly 170,000 must pass by or through it over the events 16 day run. It is the most visible landmark for February and it’s initial set-up that begins in mid-January is one of the key indicators that it is nearly Rodeo and Stock Show time!
ADMISSION TO FAIRGROUNDS:
FREE…………..With Unlimited Ride Armband Carnival Super Pass
FREE…………..With Rodeo Ticket
$5………………..Children 11 and under
ALL YOU CAN RIDE for just $100! Purchase a CARNIVAL SUPER PASS and you will be on your way to exploring everything the carnival has to offer. This includes free admission to the fairgrounds at no additional charge. The Carnival Super Pass is available only at the Coliseum Box Office.
There is a one-day unlimited ride arm band for $35, though gate admission is also required to purchase the daily band.
“The San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo Association is dedicated to our mission of providing educational opportunities for livestock exhibitors. We will continue as planned with our livestock show in February, making some modifications to the schedule to accommodate an increase in livestock entries,” Justin Jonas, Executive Director of the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo stated.
“We feel moving the rodeo and all other related events provides a better outlook in health safety to our rodeo participants and guests alike. The staff is working endlessly to get information out to all of our vested partners,” he continued.
Moving the majority of the event two months later may not provide a guarantee in regards to the current health outbreak, but provides more hope for hosting the events. As the event nears, more information will be provided regarding ticket sale dates and other relevant information.
The San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo is the largest economic impact event west of I-35 in the state of Texas, and continues to promote agriculture education and western heritage through the events that it hosts. The San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo Foundation continues to award scholarships annually to Texas youth, and has just shy of $2 million in scholarships. Stay up to date on the most current information at www.sanangelorodeo.com, or by following the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo Association on social media via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram.
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