The rodeo is back in town.
Starting Weds. 7 the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo will take it’s place at the AT&T Center for its tenth season there. The Rodeo takes place over 19 days there are hundreds of events ranging from petting zoos and rides to concerts, and of course, the rodeo. The following is a few of the events/shows going on over the next few weeks.
February 7 Clay Walker (7pm)
February 8 Eli Young (7pm)
February 9 Lee Brice (1pm)& Toby Keith(7:30)
February 10 Austin Mahone (1pm)
February 11 Reba (7pm)
February 12 Casting Crowns (7pm)
February 13 Gary Allen (7pm)
February 14 Thompson Square (7pm)
February 15 Onerepublic (7pm)
February 16 Lady Antebellum( 1 & 7:30)
February 17 Kip More (1pm)
February 18 La Original Banda El Limon (7:30)
February 19 Jerrod Niemann (7pm)
February 20 The Band Perry (7pm)
February 21 Brantley Gilbert (7pm)
February 22 REO Speedwagon (7pm)
February 23 Justin Moore (1pm) and Darius Rucker (7:30)
The rodeo is a good event for students who are looking for something to do with their friends. Whether they come for the animals, concerts or the food, students will find what they are looking for at the rodeo grounds.
“I’m really looking forward to the Lee Brice concert and spending time with my friends and family,” Cheyanne Theis (12) said.
Many students have made a tradition of attending at least one concert. The rodeo hosts many performers for all tastes and the event creates much anticipation.
“I can’t wait for the Brantley Gilbert concert,” Sarah Smith (12) said.
Concerts at the rodeo spare no expense to bring the audience just as high caliber of an experience as a concert hosted elsewhere.
“I really enjoy how elaborate the performances are,” Megan Alvarado(11)said.
If over the next few weeks students are bored and have nothing to do they could consider a day of many events that express Texas culture at the rodeo.
You can find tickets and more extensive schedule at http://www.sarodeo.com