Frequently Asked Questions
How long does each performance last?
Each performance lasts about three hours.
What rodeo events take place during the Silver Spurs Rodeo?
During each Silver Spurs Rodeo performance, you’ll be able to see all seven traditional rodeo events: bull riding, saddle bronc riding, bareback riding, steer wrestling, team roping, tie-down roping, and barrel racing.
Are there any camera restrictions?
Yes. As the Silver Spurs Rodeo is a Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association (PRCA) sanctioned event, certain photography and media guidelines attendees and media must adhere to.
Only PRCA card-or permit-holding photographers and credentialed media photographers may shoot photos on the rodeo grounds using a professional lens. Fans may take photos from the stands, but only with cell phones or small cameras with no extended or detachable lenses.
What is the order of events during the rodeo?
Each performance of the February Silver Spurs Rodeo will start with Bull Riding followed by Steer Wrestling, Bareback, Team Roping, Saddle Bronc, Tie Down, Barrel Racing and then will finish with a second section of Bull Riding. During our June Silver Spurs Rodeo performance, the rodeo schedule will be the same as mentioned above, with the inclusion of junior bull riding before Junior Barrel Racing after our adult barrel racing competition.
How can I compete in the Silver Spurs Rodeo?
To learn more about how you can compete in our rodeos, please check out our Contestant Information page.
What time do doors open?
Doors will open an hour before each rodeo performance time. For example, if the Silver Spurs Rodeo is set to begin at 7:30 pm, doors will open at 6:30 pm. However, if there is extreme weather taking place before the doors are set to open, the doors will be opened early to ensure attendees’ safety.
Are there assigned seats?
No, all seats are general admission. There is not a bad seat in the house. We suggest arriving early to make sure you’re able to pick out your ideal seats.
Is the arena handicap accessible?
Yes, we have ramps for wheelchairs and scooters along with elevators that can take you to the upper-level seats.
Are the handicapped seats assigned?
No, they are first-come-first-serve with signs and ushers that will help guide you to your seats.
Is the arena indoors or outdoors?
The Silver Spurs Arena is an indoor climate-controlled environment.
Do you have food at the rodeo?
Yes, we have concession stands that sell hamburgers, hot dogs, pretzels, and other event food.
Beer and wine are also available for sale during each performance; please note that beer and wine stands only accept cash. ATMs are available on site.
Is there a charge for parking?
There is no cost for parking.
What time does the Box Office open?
The Box office is open from 10 am – 4 pm Monday –Friday. On event days, the box office is open from 12 pm – 8:30 pm.
If I purchased my Silver Spurs Rodeo tickets via Groupon, how can I redeem them?
If you have purchased your ticket through Groupon, please print out your voucher from Groupon. The voucher is your ticket. You can bring a printed version of the voucher to be scanned or bring your phone, and we can redeem the Groupon right from it. If you have other Groupon questions, please call Groupon directly.
When do tickets go on sale?
Tickets go on sale a month before the rodeo. When you purchase your tickets through our website, you’ll be able to print the tickets from your computer. Before you leave your house, make sure that bring them with you as that is what you’ll use to get at the front door. We require that all attendees have a ticket to enter the arena, including children. If your child is 10 and under, please print them at ticket as well.
Can I add tickets to my group on the day of the show and still get the discount?
Unfortunately, we will be unable to honor the price and add tickets to your group during the day of the performance. As group sale tickets have to be purchased in advance to get the discount, we encourage attendees to plan ahead and get a final count early.
Will the rodeo sell out?
We always encourage guests to buy their tickets in advance since all showings have the capability to sell out. We can never guarantee that tickets will be available prior to a show, so please plan ahead.
How can our kids participate in mutton bustin?
Sign up’s start an hour before the performance if the event is taking place (usually in June Rodeo only). We recommend you come early to hold your spot in line as they do go fast. *Ages 4 to 6, and 40 pounds max*