Frequently asked questions

Tickets & seating FAQ

Rodeo Scottsdale 2022 is happening from Thursday, March 10th to Sunday, March 13th.

Our website is the only place to buy official rodeo tickets! We use a trusted third-party vendor for all our digital ticketing needs, so we will send you to their website for a secure purchase. 

Get your rodeo tickets here: https://rodeo.bammtickets.com/?action=book&eventID=86487

Ticket sales for the 2022 Rodeo are live! Press the Tickets tab on the main banner of this website, or follow this link:
https://rodeo.bammtickets.com/?action=book&eventID=86487

We are proud to say that for our 2022 Rodeo, when prices for everything have gone up in life, we brought our ticket prices down.

General admission tickets are $15/person.

Box seats are $55/person.

Youth tickets (6-12 years of age) are $5/person.

Children under the age of 5 are free.

Your ticket purchase includes access to one rodeo performance for the day the ticket was purchased for. 

YES! The rodeo typically does sell out all 3 performances and is very close to being sold out on Thursdays for the bull riding-only performance. Get your tickets early!

Tickets are purchased online exclusively – purchase on your mobile device or computer (print out) before arriving at the rodeo.

There is not a will-call or ticket booth at the rodeo.

Yes, there are handicapped seating and parking available. 

When you view the 2022 rodeo tickets that are available for sale, you have the option to purchase a handicap-accessible seat. 

The whole rodeo and vendor area is wheelchair-accessible. Parking is delegated with Westworld staff.

Get your tickets here: https://rodeo.bammtickets.com/?action=book&eventID=86487

The rodeo is in an indoor, climate-controlled arena. A majority of the bleacher seating do have back rests.

The Box Seats are among some of the best seats available.

The location of the seats themselves (immediately surrounding the arena) makes them worth every penny!

Get your tickets here: https://rodeo.bammtickets.com/?action=book&eventID=86487

General admission seats are not assigned, but Box seats are because rodeo spectators can buy exactly what seat they desire when they experience the rodeo — whether it’s front row, closer to the bucking chutes, in the middle, close to the timed event chutes, or wherever they desire!

YES! It is recommended to get to the rodeo early, especially in regards to parking, getting to your seat, and having time to buy food/drinks. 

At least one hour before the rodeo performance is highly recommended so you don’t miss any of the rodeo action and can be seated before the influx of spectators that arrive right at the beginning of the rodeo.

Yes, Rodeo Scottsdale’s arena is an indoors and climate-controlled space, so we can rodeo despite any potential inclement weather!

Ther gates for the rodeo open two hours before each performance’s start time. 

Tickets are final sale. If you purchase tickets and cannot make the performance, you would need to send the link to the purchased tickets to whomever you are gifting/selling them to in order for them to gain access at the rodeo event.

We are 100% contactless for ticket sales, so there is no “will call” booth or ticket booth at the rodeo event. 

Follow this link to get your tickets! We use a secure third party ticket vendor for our ticket sales. https://rodeo.bammtickets.com/?action=book&eventID=86487

Rodeo Scottsdale has joined the digital world to streamline lines and “get with the times”!

Have some old school rodeo fun with the help of some modern-day technology!

Parking is controlled by Westworld of Scottsdale, who hosts Rodeo Scottsdale each year.

General admission, VIP and Handicapped parking is available at the event.

Rodeo events & performance FAQ

The rodeo will be held at

WestWorld of Scottsdale
16601 N. Pima Rd
Scottsdale, AZ 85260

https://www.westworldaz.com/venue2

Scottsdale is to the east of the city of Phoenix, and north of Mesa, Gilbert and Chandler.

We’re glad you asked! To help explain the in’s and out’s of the rodeo events at Rodeo Scottsdale, we enlisted in the help from Kennadee Riggs, Miss Rodeo Arizona 2022.

See Kennadee’s writeup about the events by clicking here. 

Because of the unpredictable nature of working with horses and other livestock, on occasion, events may slightly change in order. Generally speaking though, most PRCA rodeos begin with the Bareback Bronc Riding event and end with Bull Riding.

To see the 8 events that happen at each rodeo performance, click here. 

The gates open 2 hours before the rodeo performance each day. The start time for the rodeo is 7pm Thursday-Saturday and 2pm on Sundays.

Each rodeo performance is approximately 2.5 hours long.

When you are working with animals and their unpredictable nature, times can vary, however the rodeo will always begin on time.

There is not a scheduled start time for each individual event, such as barrel racing or bull riding, but they move in progression as each event is performed by each contestant for that performance.

Each year, Rodeo Scottsdale has 3 full rodeo performances Friday-Sunday, and 1 Bull Riding-only performance on Thursday.

The performances have the general same order, but have different rodeo athletes each time. You will not see the same group of cowboys and cowgirls at each performance, so it’s always something new! 

Check back later for the official PRCA contract bullfighters for Rodeo Scottsdale!

Check back later for the official PRCA specialty act for the 2022 Rodeo Scottsdale!

Check back later to see the reveal of the National Anthem singers for our 2022 rodeo!

Check back later for more details on the after party and dance for the 2022 rodeo.

More details on the dance/concert coming soon!

Information coming for this soon!

There are vendors to shop, and the Sun Circuit Quarter Horse Show goes on before/during the rodeo performance each day.

The Sun Circuit is the largest Quarter Horse circuit in the world! Learn more about the Arizona Sun Circuit show here

Ther gates for the rodeo open two hours before each performance’s start time. 

The Trails End parade will be in Old Town Scottsdale on February 5th, 2022. The parade begins at 10am and lasts approximately 2 hours.

The Trails End Western Festival goes on until 6pm. There will be games, street vendors, live music, bounce houses and more for all to enjoy!

The Old Town Scottsdale Western Museum will be open that weekend from 10am-10pm Friday, 6am-10pm Saturday, and 10am-6pm Sunday. 

Join us at the museum to listen to cowboy music, visit our beer garden, see western and rodeo memorabilia, and get your picture on El Diablo, a real rodeo bull, or Speedy, the rodeo roping horse!

There will also be Rodeo Scottsdale merchandise available for purchase. 

Rodeo Scottsdale 2022 is happening from Thursday, March 10th to Sunday, March 13th.

Our website will be the only place to buy official rodeo tickets! We use a trusted third-party vendor for all our digital ticketing needs, so we will send you to their website for a secure purchase. 

Here is where you can buy the tickets: https://rodeo.bammtickets.com/?action=book&eventID=86487

Tickets for the 2022 Rodeo are live now! 

Get them here: https://rodeo.bammtickets.com/?action=book&eventID=86487

We are proud to say that for our 2022 Rodeo, when prices for everything have gone up in life, we brought our ticket prices down.

General admission tickets are $15/person.

Box seats are $55/person.

Youth tickets (6-12 years of age) are $5/person.

Children under the age of 5 are free.

Your ticket purchase includes access to one rodeo performance for the day the ticket was purchased for. 

YES! The rodeo typically does sell out all 3 performances and is very close to being sold out on Thursdays for the bull riding-only performance. Get your tickets early!

Tickets are purchased online exclusively – purchase on your mobile device or computer (print out) before arriving at the rodeo.

There is not a will-call or ticket booth at the rodeo.

More info coming for this soon!

Yes, there are handicapped seating and parking available. 

When 2022 rodeo tickets are available for sale, you have the option to purchase a handicap-accessible seat. 

The whole rodeo and vendor area is wheelchair-accessible. Parking is delegated with Westworld staff.

The rodeo is in an indoor, climate-controlled arena. A majority of the bleacher seating do have back rests.

The Box Seats are among some of the best seats available.

The location of the seats themselves (immediately surrounding the arena) makes them worth every penny!

General admission seats are not assigned, but Box seats are because rodeo spectators can buy exactly what seat they desire when they experience the rodeo — whether it’s front row, closer to the bucking chutes, in the middle, close to the timed event chutes, or wherever they desire!

YES! It is recommended to get to the rodeo early, especially in regards to parking, getting to your seat, and having time to buy food/drinks. 

At least one hour before the rodeo performance is highly recommended so you don’t miss any of the rodeo action and can be seated before the influx of spectators that arrive right at the beginning of the rodeo.

Yes, Rodeo Scottsdale’s arena is an indoors and climate-controlled space, so we can rodeo despite any potential inclement weather!

Ther gates for the rodeo open two hours before each performance’s start time. 

Tickets are final sale. Idf you purchase tickets and cannot make the performance, you would need to send the link to the purchased tickets to whomever you are gifting/selling them to in order for them to gain access at the rodeo event.

We are 100% contactless for ticket sales, so there is no “will call” booth or ticket booth at the rodeo event. 

Ticket can be purchased online by following/copy pasting this link:
https://rodeo.bammtickets.com/?action=book&eventID=86487

Rodeo Scottsdale has joined the digital world to streamline lines and “get with the times”!

Have some old school rodeo fun with the help of some modern-day technology!

Parking is controlled by Westworld of Scottsdale, who hosts Rodeo Scottsdale each year.

General admission, VIP and Handicapped parking is available at the event.

Rodeo rules & guidelines

Yes, there are several vendors and concessions stands available with different food options available.

No dogs or pets are permitted, with the exception of service animals. 

For personal use only. PRCA guidelines do not permit more than 90 consecutive seconds of recorded video or audio.
Rodeo Scottsdale hires a PRCA Rodeo Photographer that handles photography at the rodeo and we try to support them in every way possible, and we encourage you to do as well! 

Learn more about PRCA’s social media policy here.

Yes, however there are outdoor areas where smoking is permitted.

Yes, Westworld of Scottsdale has numerous ATMs which are accessible during the rodeo and the Sun Circuit horse show.

A mobile device for tickets, money for concessions/drinks/vendors and a good attitude!

Rodeo Scottsdale is in a climate-controlled indoors arena, so wear what you’re comfortable in regardless of the weather! If you’d like to wear western wear, we always appreciate and encourage western spirit!

Behind the scenes

Check out our About page to learn more about Rodeo Scottsdale!

The official Rodeo Photographer for Rodeo Scottsdale for 2021 and 2022 is Kent Soule with Hoot Creek Photography. 

See their website here:
http://www.hootcreek.com/

See the official sponsors of Rodeo Scottsdale on our Sponsors page by clicking here.

More information coming on this soon!

Contact Dave Alford dave@pds.rodeo for discuss sponsorship opportunities.

Thank you for the support!

While Rodeo Scottsdale itself does not have vendors, the Arizona Sun Circuit offers vendor opportunities to set up during the time of the rodeo. 

Click here to see the Arizona Sun Circuit’s Vendor application page. 

Local entries are not permitted. You must be a PRCA or WPRA member only to compete at Rodeo Scottsdale.

Rodeo Scottsdale Mutton Busting and Steer Riding are invitation-only events.

Want to get involved?

Local entries are not permitted. You must be a PRCA or WPRA member only to compete at Rodeo Scottsdale.

Rodeo Scottsdale Mutton Busting and Steer Riding are invitation-only events.

Contact Dave Alford dave@pds.rodeo for discuss sponsorship opportunities.

Thank you for the support!

While Rodeo Scottsdale itself does not have vendors, the Arizona Sun Circuit offers vendor opportunities to set up during the time of the rodeo. 

Click here to see the Arizona Sun Circuit’s Vendor application page. 

Check out our About page to learn more about Rodeo Scottsdale!

More information coming on this soon!

The Head Honchos are an exclusive group of business men and women who are rodeo enthusiasts and get premium seating and complimentary beverages.

Get involved as a Head Honcho by emailing Kim at Kim@pds.rodeo

Get involved as a Head Honcho by emailing Kim at Kim@pds.rodeo

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