The Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo has been long been a part of Fort Worth history. Take a look at what’s new at the legendary Stock Show in 2020!
Texas Country musicians will continue to serenade visitors at the Bud Light Roadhouse after nightly rodeo performances. Admission remains free for those patrons holding a grounds admission or rodeo ticket for that day. Major change this year -- LOCATION. You can two-step the night away at Bud Light Roadhouse's new home at Simmons Bank Plaza at Dickies Arena. In addition to the nightly fun, concerts by legendary classic rock group Foreigner and country music a cappella group Home Free will rock Will Rogers Auditorium. Tickets sold separately.
SAVOR & SIP
While food options from Fort Worth favorites Reata and La Espuela Mexican Cantina remain, new amenities like The Corkyard located at Simmons Bank Plaza at Dickies Arena will cater to the vino-loving crowd with wines by the glass. If this tickles your fancy, don’t miss the Vine 2 Wine Events held throughout the 23-day run: Sip & Shop, Wine Camp, Bubbles & Bites Brunch Experience and Ship & Shop CRAFT BEER.
Another legend all their own, the Budweiser Clydesdales have joined the team, performing nightly at the rodeo performances January 25 - February 7. Visit them for free with grounds admission at the Burnett Building.
Additionally, the first-ever FWSSR Texas Invitational Escaramuza competition, part of the traditional Charreada or Mexican competitions from as early as 1910, occur Sunday, February 2, at noon in Will Rogers Coliseum.
The Texas Collegiate Colt Starting Challenge is scheduled for February 5th and 6th in the Watt Arena. Students from Texas Tech, West Texas A&M and North Central Texas College will compete in the event produced by Western Horseman magazine, the Road to the Horse and the Stock Horse of Texas Association,
On Saturday, January 25, at 9 a.m. inside Will Rogers Auditorium, the top high school mariachi teams from across Texas will compete in a non-UIL event, the FWSSR Texas Invitational Mariachi Competition.
Thanks to Central Market, you can enjoy free admission to the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, Cattle Raisers Museum and the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame on the day of your visit. If you're a member of any of the above museums, you receive free Stock Show Grounds Admission in return!
Kids Gone Wild
Presented by the Texas Wildlife Association on January 26, Kids Gone Wild teaches the importance of the relationship between livestock, land and wildlife. Activities include: indoor archery, TSRA Air Rifle Range, a KIDFISH “Catch Tank” featuring a portable fishing pond stocked with 2-5 lb. catfish, critters and more!
Kids will experience how milk gets from the "cow to the cup" at the Stock Show's Milking Parlor presented by the Southwest Dairy Farmers.
Don’t miss the carnival and midway with the best rides and games by the best in the biz - Talley Amusements!