Texas Rodeos


Alexandra, staff

Texas has many tradition and festival and the Rodeo is the biggest tradition for us Texans, especially if you’re in Austin for spring break. Here are the three Rodeos in Texas to go to.

      Houston Rodeo:  The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is a massive rodeo that is a three-week of fair and entertainment. It started in 1931 as a college scholarship program handing out $2,000 in the first year. Contestants compete for $1.5 million in prize money in the events. The main rodeo is held in Reliant Stadium while the fair and other events take place in the parking lot. The Houston Rodeo is held in Houston, Texas I’m February and March. For more info or to get tickets to go to click here.

San Antonio Rodeo: 
Established in 1950, attracting millions of people annually, where competitive events are held every year. They even have an event for kids (ages 4 to 7-year-old) to participate in called The Mutton Bustin’, where the goal is to ride a sheep for at least six seconds. San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo include a music performance, which is usually country artist but sometimes classic rock; and a Horse Education Center, where experts offer tips about owning and how to take care of horses. This rodeo is held in San Antonio at the AT&T Center and Freeman Coliseum Grounds in February. For more info or to buy tickets go to click here.


    Star of Texas Fair and Rodeo:  Aka the Austin Rodeo, beginning in 1938 as a stock show, showing only 16 animals into one of Austin’s premier events showing top 10 Pro-Rodeo competitors, daily concerts, world-class livestock show and more. Today the Austin rodeo is fell with many Texans every day from the time it opens till it is closed. Having many artists from country to Hip-Hop to Rock and Banda to country, like  Country singer Dustin Lynch, Rap artist Flo Rida, and the Banda La Adictiva. For more info or to buy tickets got to click here.