San Antonio Rodeo Tickets

A T & T Center and the Freeman Coliseum Grounds

February 8th – February 24th, 2018

The 65th Anniversary of a long held San Antonio Tradition kicks off on Feb. 8th with TBA taking the stage after the rodeo events. On Feb 24 come see the Xtreme Bulls and the PRCA Finals.

The San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo’s educational commitment exceeds $105 million . All of this is in the form of scholarships, grants, endowments & auctions. To top it all off, the San Antonio Rodeo has been the 11X PCRA Large Indoor Rodeo of the Year several times.

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Alan Jackson Sets San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo Attendance Record

Alan Jackson performs at San Antonio Stock Show Rodeo on Feb. 23, 2012. Photo credit: Laurie Rush Photography.

played the San Antonio Stock Show Rodeo for the 15th time in his career on Thursday night in front of the biggest crowd ever seen at the venue. Rodeo officials said Alan broke the all-time attendance record since the beginning of the rodeo in 1950 with nearly 17,000 fans in attendance.

“The San Antonio Rodeo has welcomed me for a lot of years and it’s one of my favorite places to play,” Alan said. “The rodeo and folks in Texas have always been good to me and I want to thank the fans for coming out to see us all these years.”

“What a great partnership, rodeo and country music,” Pam Rew, Assistant Executive Director of the rodeo, said. “Our fans showed how much they support the great country artist Alan Jackson last night with a record attendance in the ATT Center.”

Alan’s current single, “So You Don’t Have to Love Me Anymore,” is climbing the charts. The single is from his upcoming album which will be a joint venture between Alan’s Country Records and EMI Records Nashville.

S.A. Stock Show & Rodeo gets kickin' with swifty swine, Luke Olson

SAN ANTONIO — Rodeo is back! The San Antonio Stock Show Rodeo kicks off Thursday and is expected to attract more than one million visitors to the Alamo City.

The festivities begin at 7 a.m. with a swine breeding events, followed by a slew of other livestock competitions, magic shows, snake demonstrations, good food, games and much more.

Opening day will be highlighted by two performances from country star Luke Olson — 6 to 6:45 p.m. and again from 10:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.

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The rodeo runs through Sunday, February 26.