Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Downtown Rodeo Parade Route Parade begins at 10:00 a.m. on Walker at Bagby, proceeds east on Walker, south on Travis, west on Bell, north on Louisiana, west on Lamar, south on Bagby and concludes on Bagby at Dallas.
The 2.5-mile stream of horse-drawn coaches, outfitted riders, folk dancers, and marching bands is ranked as the world’s longest non-motorized parade .
You must have a Reliant Park Admission ticket ($15 adults, $5 kids ages 3-12), Rodeo /concert ticket, or season pass to enter the carnival area. Save time and get your Reliant Park Admission ticket online, too. It’s not discounted, but you won’t have to stand in line to get in!
The 71st Annual H-E-B Thanksgiving Day Parade will welcome the holiday season by celebrating Houston, families, community and the great state of Texas. The 2020 parade begins at 9:00 AM and will feature new balloons and floats, along with original float entries from local artists, and a nationally known Grand Marshal.
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The parade route begins at Bagby and Walker Streets, travels from Travis to Bell Street, and from Bell Street to Louisiana Street, before turning on Lamar Street, and ends at Lamar and Bagby.
Gates open at 11:00am each day of the rodeo . The Junior Rodeo begins at 12:30 pm. The ProRodeo begins at 2 pm and ends about 4 pm. The Coors Barn dance begins when the rodeo ends.
With some activists arguing that the rodeo is tantamount to animal abuse, Tucson’s largest school district is considering renaming “ rodeo break ” — the longstanding tradition that gives local youngsters two days off from school in February, ostensibly to attend the Tucson rodeo and parade.
Description. Annual La Fiesta de los Vaqueros® — The Tucson Rodeo & Parade, Feb, 25-28, 2021, is the largest outdoor winter rodeo in the U.S. and was inducted into the ProRodeo Hall of Fame in 2008.
Your rodeo /concert ticket allows access to NRG Stadium AND NRG Park, including NRG Arena, NRG Center and the Carnival.
Rodeo Ticket Pricing Rodeo tickets start at just $20 and vary upon seat location. Season tickets start at $567 per seat.
View All 1 of 10 Top 10 Things To Do at the Houston Rodeo . 2 of 10 Catch a star. 3 of 10 Walk through the barns. 4 of 10 Witness the miracle of birth. 5 of 10 Shop till you drop. 6 of 10 Eat a corny dog. 7 of 10 Take a turn on the ferris wheel. 8 of 10 Ride a bull.