BACK IN 2022

FEB 19-27, 2022 Extraordinary skills, explosive action and plenty of courage. That’s what rodeo is all about! It’s non-stop action with bull riding, bareback and saddle bronc riding, steer wrestling, team and tie-down. Cowgirls take the reins in barrel racing. Come join the excitement!

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  • General Manager Gary Williams Retires

    Tucson Rodeo General Manager, Gary Williams, has announced his retirement. Williams is the first and only general manager in the Rodeo’s 95 year history. Click here for full release.

  • 2021 Tucson Rodeo cancelled

    Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tucson Rodeo Committee has made the hard decision to cancel the 2021 Tucson Rodeo. Read full statement here. 

  • 2020 Rodeo Highlights!

    Reliving the 95th annual Tucson Rodeo!   2020 Rodeo Highlights    

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Thrills, Spills & Wild West Entertainment

The first La Fiesta de los Vaqueros (Celebration of the Cowboys) in 1925 touted three days of events and competition. Today, the event has grown to a nine-day celebration centered on the Tucson Rodeo, one of the top 25 professional rodeos in North America.



Tucson Rodeo Parade Tradition

Tucson Rodeo Parade

Each year, more than 200,000 people enjoy the western-themed floats and buggies, historic horse-drawn coaches, festive Mexican folk dancers, marching bands and outfitted riders. The route begins at Park Avenue and Ajo Way, continues south to Irvington Road, then heads west on Irvington Road to South 6th Avenue.

For more information on the Tucson Rodeo Parade and Museum, contact the Tucson Rodeo Parade at (520) 294-1280 or visit

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Tucson Rodeo Directions

From I-10, take Park Ave. south, turn right on Irvington Rd. From I-19, take Irvington Rd. east.
Tucson Rodeo Grounds
4823 S. 6th Ave.
Tucson AZ 85714
(520) 741-2233
(800) 964-5662