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1. What is the price of admission for the Rodeo and Dance?
You can view admission options and pricing here. We offer General Admission and Reserved Seating. General Admission pricing is based on age. Reserved Seating is based on seat location. Admission covers parking, rodeo, and dance. Food and beverage and activities are separate.

2. Do I need to purchase tickets in advance?
Yes, tickets should be purchased online, ahead of time as we will sell out. We will sell tickets at the gate at the regular admission rate for a 9pm entry to the dance only.

3. What is seating like?
We have done our best to describe each ticket type and detailed descriptions of each Reserved Section below. Click here to view a map of the arena.

For General Admission: This is open seating without seating assignments so we highly recommend getting into the stands to find your seats prior to the pre-show which begins at 7pm. This is especially important for groups who would like to sit together. *Please note – Our shows do sell out so the closer it gets to show time, the more difficult it becomes to find seats together. General Admission seats can be found on the South and West sides of the arena. They are mostly bleacher seating on the second level and some folding chairs located on the ground level around the perimeter of the South side of the arena.

For Reserved SeatingGuests who purchase Reserved Seats will need to present their tickets to an usher.

Section 101 is on the East end of the arena on the ground level and is accessible by a small set of stairs located right in front of Section 201. These seats are folding chairs on the front row arena rail and closest to the roping chutes.

Section 107 is directly under the Skybox, located near the middle of the South side of the arena, across from the bucking chutes. Section 107, Row A is a bench with a back on the front row arena rail. Section 107, Rows C & D are bleacher seating. While the action during the rodeo takes place all over the arena, guests who select these seats should be aware they may have moments of limited visibility due to beams located along the South side of the arena. Reserved Wheelchair Accessible Seating can be purchased in Section 107. Please note – we also have General Admission Wheelchair Seating.

Section 201 and 202 are located on the East end of the arena on the 2nd level. These are bleacher seats and are closest to the roping chutes.

The Skybox is an elevated platform located behind the Smokehouse near the middle of the South side of the arena across from the bucking chutes. It can only be accessed by stairs. The front row seats are chairs. Behind the row of chairs are 3 cocktail tables with 4 barstools at each table. The table is nice to be able to set down food and drinks. While the action during the rodeo takes place all over the arena, guests who select these seats should be aware they may have moments of limited visibility due to beams located along the South side of the arena.

4.  When should I get there?
On Saturdays during rodeo season, the gates open at 5:00PM, our pre-show starts at 7:00PM, the rodeo begins at 7:30PM, and the Live Band & Dance start at 9:00PM.  If you are planning to have dinner before the rodeo, a good time to arrive is between 5:00PM-6:00PM. For General Admission the stands start to fill up as early as 6:30PM. Depending on your arrival time, there may be a line of cars to get to our gate attendants and it does take time to park and walk to the rodeo grounds so please plan accordingly.

5. How long is the rodeo?
The rodeo runs from 7:30PM-9:00PM. We will have Slack which is an overflow of contestants competing after 9:00PM in the arena while the Live Band and Dance is happening at the Pavilion.

6. What should I wear? 
Wear what you love and dress for the weather! While the arena and most of the gathering places are covered, they are open-air, so dress comfortably, keeping the weather in mind. The ground is not paved so we recommend comfortable shoes like boots or tennis shoes.

7. Are the arena, dance floor and seating areas outside or inside?
The arena, dance floor and most seating areas are covered but outside. You are welcome to bring blankets in cooler months. Please make sure to stay hydrated in the warmer months.

8. How do I sign up my child for Mutton Bustin’?
All entries will be taken online, in advance. There will not be any entries taken the night of the rodeo. Children must be between 4-7 years old and under 55 pounds. We provide the helmet and the vest. Each ride is $30. The mutton bustin' fee does NOT include admission. Our rodeo will sell out so please do not sign up your child for mutton bustin’ without also purchasing admission for that child and any adults or children attending with them. Additional Information can be found here.

9. Is there food available if I am not dining at the Steakhouse?
Yes! The Smokehouse and Mercado are walk up concession-style areas on the rodeo grounds, where you'll find hamburgers, hot dogs, BBQ plates, BBQ sandwiches, and more. We also offer snacks like popcorn, cotton candy, and nachos. You may eat at any available picnic table not reserved by a party or take your food into the stands.

10. Do I need to make reservations for the Steakhouse?
We highly recommend making reservations to dine in the Steakhouse on Saturdays during our rodeo season. Reservations can be made online here. If you would prefer, you can also call 830-980-2226 x1 or email Please note the steakhouse is closed Monday-Wednesday. Feel free to leave your reservation request with your name, party size, date and time. Reservations will be taken in the order they were received and confirmed by our staff as soon as possible.

11. Can I eat at the steakhouse without going to the rodeo?
Yes! We have separate parking for the Steakhouse, just be sure to go into the Steakhouse gate.

12. Will the rodeo still go on in inclement weather?
Yes, our rodeo will go on rain or shine. We have a covered arena and covered bleachers, a covered dance floor, and additional covered spaces for dining and hanging out. 

13. What is the order of events for the rodeo performance?
1. Grand Entry / Opening
2. Bull Riding
3. Drill Team Performance on horseback
4. Team Roping
5. Mutton Bustin
6. Calf Scramble
7. Breakaway Roping
8. Tie Down Roping
9. Barrel Racing
10. Bull Riding

14. What are the order of events for the slack (after the rodeo)?
1. Barrel Racing
2. Breakaway Roping
3. Tie Down Roping
4. Team Roping
5. Exhibition Barrel

15. Is Tejas wheelchair accessible? Is there handicap parking?
Yes and Yes. When you arrive, let the gate attendants know you need handicap parking. The only area which is not wheelchair accessible is the Skybox and Section 101.

16. What to expect as a spectator?
A true Texas experience. We produce an action-packed rodeo with real cowboys and cowgirls followed by live music and dancing. Expect a family-friendly atmosphere with entertainment and activities for everyone.

17. What to expect as a contestant?
Please see detailed information for contestants here. Please be courteous to other contestants, our spectators, and our staff members by arriving on time for your event, adhering to proper dress code and letting us know if you are unable to attend after already signing up. Procedures on entering and paying can be found here. Expect plenty of room to park trailers and large vehicles. Contestants are generally able to park and stay overnight if need be. 

18. Are dogs allowed?
Yes. We are a dog friendly venue but you must keep your furry friends on a leash AT ALL TIMES. Repeat violators will be asked to leave.

Tejas Rodeo Company offers mixed drinks, margaritas, and a full bar.

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