The San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo is back. After a scaled-down event in 2021 due to COVID-19, the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo locals are accustomed to is returning this month with a full slate of concerts, the PRCA Rodeo, a carnival, livestock events, fair foodie favorites and more. Here’s a look at what you need to know if you’re planning to attend.
Get Ready to Rodeo
Before the official San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo begins, locals are invited to participate in Western Heritage Weekend, scheduled Feb. 5 downtown. Find a spot along Houston Street starting at 9 a.m. 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 of the details are available here.
When to Go
The San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo runs Feb. 10 through Feb. 26, but not all attractions are open all of the time. You’ll find carnival rides, shopping and more during the day while the PRCA Rodeo and concerts are scheduled most evenings (as well as on weekend afternoons).
The festival, shopping and other attractions are open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Sundays through Thursdays and from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays. The Junior Livestock Auction takes place the final weekend of the show, but there are youth events to see throughout the Stock Show & Rodeo.
The carnival is open from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays, from 10 a.m. to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays, and from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Sundays.
Opening Day fun, scheduled Feb. 10, can be enjoyed free of charge by downloading this fairgrounds voucher.
Two Dollar Days—when guests can enjoy $2 admission, $2 rides and select $2 food items—are scheduled Feb. 10, 13, 17, 21 and 24.
Along with the stock show, carnival and fairgrounds activities, a PRCA Rodeo is scheduled each night inside the AT&T Center. After you’ve watched the bull riding, mutton bustin’, barrel racing and other events, stick around for a musical performance. Tickets are required and advanced purchase is recommended. Those tickets also will provide access to the fairgrounds should you wish to visit the event before the rodeo begins.
Don’t have a ticket to one of the headlining concerts? There’s also live music planned on six other stages placed throughout the fairgrounds. Find more details here.
Feb. 10, Toby Keith
Feb. 11, Midland
Feb. 12, Riley Green (afternoon)
Feb. 12, Little Texas (evening)
Feb. 13, Wade Bowen (afternoon)
Feb. 13, Tanya Tucker (evening)
Feb. 14, Lady A
Feb. 15, Brad Paisley
Feb. 16, Sam Hunt
Feb. 17, Ludacris
Feb. 18, Night Ranger
Feb. 19, Tim McGraw
Feb. 20, Mickey Guyton (afternoon)
Feb. 20, Ramon Ayala y sus Bravos del Norte (evening)
Feb. 21, Little Big Town
Feb. 22, 3 Doors Down
Feb. 23, Texas Storytellers
Feb. 24, Brett Young
Feb. 25, Styx
Feb. 26, Jimmie Allen (afternoon)
Feb. 26, Ryan Bingham (evening)
Bring a Card
While cash is accepted by 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.
Parking is available on the AT&T Center grounds in Lot 1 for $25 and in Lots 6 and 7 for $15. Visitors also can park in Lot 10 on Gembler Road for $10 and ride the Express Shuttle to the fairgrounds. Lot 10 parking and shuttle tickets can be reserved here.