Frequently asked questions

Get answers to the most asked questions here. If you don’t find an answer here, please contact us.

How do I get tickets?

Click on the button at the top of every page of our website, scan the QR code on our home page, or visit rodeoticket.com and seach for “Rodeo de Santa Fe.”

On site purchase of tickets can be CASH or CREDIT CARD. Ticket Office hours on the Rodeo Grounds vary beginning June 9th, so please call 471-4300 x 1 for hours of availability. On the nights of the Rodeo, gates/ticket offices will open at 5pm.

How do I get to the Rodeo?

Rodeo de Santa Fe is located at 3237 Rodeo Road, just minutes from downtown Santa Fe. There are two entrances to the Rodeo coming from Rodeo Road; One off Richards Avenue and the other off Paseo de los Pueblos.

From South of Santa Fe take I-25 north to Exit 278 Cerrillos Rd/14N head north on Cerrillos 2.9 miles, turn right on Rodeo Road go 1.4 miles to Richards Ave turn left. Entrance is on the right.

From North of Santa Fe take US-285 S/US-84S which turns into St. Francis, turn right onto Zia Road, veer RIGHT onto Rodeo Rd. for .6 miles, turn left at PASEO DE LOS PUEBLOS 0.1 miles Rodeo Entrance is on the left.

Who provides the Rodeo livestock?

The Harry Vold Rodeo Company of Fowler, Colorado will be providing the livestock and producing our rodeo for the 67th consecutive year. Harry, inducted into ProRodeo Hall of Fame in 1994, is not only an outstanding producer with world-class livestock, he is a real gentleman and gentle man. More than “just” a producer, we think of Harry, Karen, Kirsten the entire Vold clan and traveling family as our own family. Sadly we lost Harry Vold in 2017.

Harry’s daughter Kirsten took over the business in 1998. Kirsten now spends more than 200 days each year on the rodeo trail and oversees what is undeniably the leading rodeo stock company in the industry today. A genuine love of animals is the driving force behind the young woman. Kirsten is a veteran in the industry and her family’s company sets the standard by which all others are measured. Whether at the rodeo or the ranch, Kirsten’s horses are her life and she is committed to breeding and raising them herself.

What will I see at the Rodeo?

As a PRCA sanctioned rodeo, each of our performances include all the competitive events: bareback bronc riding, steer wrestling, tie down roping, ladies breakaway roping, saddle bronc riding, team roping, barrel racing, last but by far not least, bull riding. There’s plenty other entertainment including clowns, royalty, specialty act, and surprises at every show. Come early and watch the wild and wooly Mutton Bustin at 6:30. Plus there is a wonderful Rodeo store where you can get your Rodeo hats, cups, t-shirts and other memorable souvenirs.

Can I bring my pet?

No pets are allowed at the Rodeo, with the exception of service animals.

Can I film or record the Rodeo?

No detachable lens/professional cameras or recording devices permitted during the rodeo without the expressed written permission of Rodeo de Santa Fe.

Ticket Holder agrees not to record, transmit, distribute, or sell any image of the event.

Ticket Holder grants permission to the PRCA and Rodeo de Santa Fe to utilize his/her image, likeness, actions and statements in any broadcast medium for commercial or promotional purposes without further authorization or compensation.

View the Media Guidelines for Rodeo Coverage

Can I bring outside food or drink?

No outside food or drink is permitted at Rodeo de Santa Fe. Concessions will be available for purchase of food and drink.

What about weather?

Contestants come from all over the country, PRCA rodeo is a rain or shine event.

What about parking

Parking is provided by the boy scouts, they ask for donations please be considerate and donate. This is their largest fundraiser.