Everything you need to know about the 2022 San Antonio Stock Exchange Show and Rodeo

The San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo is back. After a scaled-down event in 2021 due to COVID-19, San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo locals are used to returning this month with a full slate of concerts, the PRCA Rodeo, a carnival, entertainment events, and more. breeding, favorite gastronomic fairs and Suite. Here’s an overview of what you need to know if you plan to attend.

Get ready for the rodeo

Before the official start of the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo, locals are invited to attend Western Heritage Weekend, scheduled for February 5 downtown. Find a spot along Houston Street starting at 9am to enjoy the annual Western Heritage Parade, sign up for a 5k run/walk, or head to Market Square for the Vaquero Cook-Off. All details are available here.

when should we go

The San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo runs from February 10 to February 26, but not all attractions are open all the time. You’ll find carnival rides, shopping and more during the day while the PRCA Rodeo and concerts are scheduled most nights (as well as weekend afternoons).

The festival, shops, and other attractions are open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday. The Junior Stock Auction takes place on the last weekend of the show, but there are events for youngsters to view throughout the Stock Show & Rodeo.

The carnival is open from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. Monday to Thursday, from 10 a.m. to midnight on Friday and Saturday and from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Sunday.

The opening day entertainment, scheduled for February 10, can be enjoyed for free by downloading this funfair voucher.

Two-Dollar Days — where guests can enjoy $2 admission, $2 rides, and select $2 groceries — are scheduled for February 10, 13, 17, 21, and 24.

Range of entertainment

In addition to the stock market exhibition, carnival and fairground activities, a PRCA rodeo is scheduled each evening inside the AT&T center. After watching the bull riding, sheep jumping, barrel racing and other events, stick around for a musical performance. Tickets are required and advance purchase is recommended. These tickets will also give you access to the fairgrounds if you wish to visit the event before the rodeo begins.

Don’t have a ticket for one of the headlining concerts? Live music is also planned on six other stages spread over the fairgrounds. Find more details here.

February 10, Toby Keith

February 11, Midland

February 12, Riley Green (afternoon)

February 12, Little Texas (evening)

February 13, Wade Bowen (afternoon)

February 13, Tanya Tucker (evening)

February 14, Lady A

February 15, Brad Paisley

February 16, Sam Hunt

February 17, Ludacris

February 18, Night Ranger

February 19, Tim McGraw

February 20, Mickey Guyton (afternoon)

February 20, Ramon Ayala y sus Bravos del Norte (evening)

February 21, Little Big Town

February 22, 3 doors down

February 23, Texas Storytellers

February 24, Brett Young

February 25, Styx

February 26, Jimmie Allen (afternoon)

February 26, Ryan Bingham (evening)

Bring a map

While cash is accepted at the food and shopping booths on the fairgrounds, the AT&T Center is cashless, so you’ll need a credit card to purchase food, drinks, and other items during the rodeo.

Car park

Parking is available on the AT&T Center lot in Lot 1 for $25 and in Lots 6 and 7 for $15. Visitors can also park in Lot 10 on Gembler Road for $10 and take the express shuttle to the fairgrounds. Parking and shuttle tickets for Lot 10 can be booked here.

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