San Antonio Stock Show Tickets
One of the largest stock shows of the US, the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo takes place during February every year. Formed in 1950, the live stock show was hosted at “Joe & Harry Freeman Coliseum” for many years but was shifted to a new venue. Since its formation, the San Antonio Stock Show has evolved over the years. The rodeo program started to release scholarship funds to agricultural students; and have managed over sixty million dollars through various channels including auctions, grants, and other sources. The show has been recognized as the top five PRCA (Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association) rodeos of US, and was inducted in the PRCA “Hall of Fame” in 2003. The show attracts over million people every year and requires thousands of volunteers to arrange and execute the event. Acquiring San Antonio Stock Show tickets can allow individuals to experience one of the largest expo of livestock and rodeo in the country
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San Antonio Stock Show Schedule 2017-18
- San Antonio Stock Show And Rodeo: Huey Lewis and The News, AT&T Center tickets for 02/23 07:00 PM AT&T Center
- Thu Feb 23 2017
- San Antonio Stock Show And Rodeo: Rascal Flatts, AT&T Center tickets for 02/24 07:30 PM AT&T Center
- Fri Feb 24 2017
- San Antonio Stock Show And Rodeo: Aaron Watson, AT&T Center tickets for 02/25 01:00 PM AT&T Center
- Sat Feb 25 2017
After the first "Texas Agricultural Fair" was successfully conducted in 1854, San Antonio became a new ground and hub for stock shows. However, the place lacked basic facilities and infrastructure to accommodate the growing need of the exhibitions. "Joe Freeman" saw the need for proper channel and facilities to boost the agriculture industry. In 1940, Freeman began the movement towards integrating youth and agriculture industry by dreaming to build a dedicated arena to provide livestock exhibition for the Texas’ youth. After numerous hurdles, Freeman managed to gather volunteers varying from athletes, businessmen, and students to gain support. Finally, in 1948 after gathering funds and support the construction of the multi-purpose facility began. The building opened to the public as "Joe and Harry Freeman Coliseum" and managed to host the groundbreaking event, the first San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo in 1950. The show hosted a quarter of million people, setting a record opening. The success of the show turned it into one of the most attended livestock show of the country every year.
In 1984, the "SALE Scholarship Fund" opened new doors for students pursuing agricultural studies to gain advantage of agricultural funds released by "SALE" Executive Committee. The committee managed to impart around ninety thousand dollars to Texas students entering agricultural degrees and courses in 1984. "Joe Freeman," "Mary West" and "Harry Freeman" were inducted into the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo "Hall of Fame" that was formed in 1999. After over almost half a century, the San Antonio Stock Show moved to a new location in 2003 at a newly built state of the art building, the "AT&T Center," previously called the "SBC Center." The new facility offered outstanding and superior resources and amenities with six thousand more seats as compared to the previous location. The Freeman Coliseum began catering to commercial vendors and their products that could be purchased by rodeo fans and audiences.
PRCA awarded the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo with the "Large Indoor Rodeo of the Year" title in 2005, and inducted the show into the Hall of Fame in 2008 for its work over the years in promoting agriculture and education as well as promoting the development of Texas. Up until 2011, the San Antonio Stock Show educational committee has managed to arrange over thirteen million dollars for students in the form of grants, show premiums, scholarships, endowments and other programs. Nine million dollars was alone committed in 2011 making the Livestock show a pioneer in agricultural efforts and youth based live stock activities in the country.
The show has become a tradition in the agricultural community of Texas. With a dedicating volunteer base of over five thousand people and a successful foundation over the years, the future of the show is continuing to fascinate the audiences and supporters towards the immense possibilities. The SALE team has managed to host a unique type of entertainment and provide support to the people of Texas. The Stock Show has become the most prestigious shows of Texas with over a million annual attendees since its formation in 1950. The positive influence the show has had on the community has made the show a success. Obtaining San Antonio Stock Show tickets will allow the attendees to experience the successful show that has been fascinating and positively influencing the community for over half a century.
San Antonio Stock Show Events Tickets Prices
The average price for San Antonio Stock Show Tickets start from $56. The minimum get in price is $8 for San Antonio Stock Show Tickets at the AT&T Center, San Antonio. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|San Antonio Stock Show And Rodeo: Huey Lewis and The News||San Antonio||23-Feb-17||$56||$8|
|San Antonio Stock Show And Rodeo: Rascal Flatts||San Antonio||24-Feb-17||$175||$48|
|San Antonio Stock Show And Rodeo: Aaron Watson||San Antonio||25-Feb-17||$128||$55|
|San Antonio Stock Show And Rodeo: Josh Turner||San Antonio||25-Feb-17||$117||$45|
* Ticket Prices vary on hourly basis.
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