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San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo comes to town
Tuesday, February 21, 2012

One of the Top 10 rodeos in the nation based on total purse and celebrating its 80th year of existence, the San Angelo Rodeo brings in the top cowboys and cowgirls in the Professional Rodeo Cowboy’s Association every year. For a city of less than 100,000 people, an event of this caliber is virtually unheard of. The people of San Angelo are no strangers to rodeo as they are deeply rooted in the sport. Our town has been coined a “Cowboy Town” not because of two weeks dedicated to cowboys and cowgirls in February, but because year-round, that is what we do. The western way of life is the only way of life in San Angelo and we are proud to host one of the longest-running rodeos in the world.

RODEO DAYS           TIME
Thursday, Feb. 16       7:00pm
Friday, Feb. 17         7:00pm
Saturday, Feb. 18       1:00pm
Saturday, Feb. 18       7:00pm
Sunday, Feb. 19         3:00pm
Wednesday, Feb. 22     7:00pm
Thursday, Feb. 23       7:00pm
Friday, Feb. 24         7:00pm
Saturday, Feb. 25       1:00pm       FINALE
Saturday, Feb. 25       Sat. Night     SHOOTOUT

Tickets are available beginning January 4, 2012 at all regular ticket outlets including Blair’s Western Wear, Elite Physique (on Knickerbocker Ave.), Convention Center and the Coliseum Box Office. Prices include tax. Tickets are sold by the seat. Babies and small children should not require a ticket if they will not take up a seat. Admission onto the fairgrounds without a rodeo ticket is $5.00 for adults and $2.00 for children under 12.
For further information on the event, please visit http://www.sanangelorodeo.com/rodeo.php

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