Here’s everything we know about plans for the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo in 2021

Rodeos around Texas have been canceled or pushed back but not in San Antonio

It’s time to wrap-up the rodeo, San Antonio!
It’s time to wrap-up the rodeo, San Antonio!

SAN ANTONIO – The San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo is moving forward with plans for an event in 2021, according to officials of the annual event.

Lauren Sides, a spokesperson for the rodeo, confirmed Wednesday that lots of details still have to be finalized, but the event is expected to take place Feb. 11-28 at the Freeman Coliseum rather than at the AT&T Center.

Several entertainers have also been booked for the 2021 San Antonio rodeo, including:

  • Little Texas - Feb. 17
  • Back in Black AC/DC Tribute band - Feb. 19
  • Aaron Watson - Feb. 21
  • Muscadine Bloodline - Feb. 25
  • Kevin Fowler - Feb. 27

Since 1984, the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo has awarded $223 million to Texas youth via scholarships, grants, endowments, western art, junior livestock auctions, show premiums and the calf scramble program.

Scholarships are a major part of the rodeo for students looking to attend college and 40% of scholarships are awarded through the livestock, horse show and junior contests.

More than 21,200 students have been benefited from scholarships from the San Antonio rodeo in 2020 alone, according to Sides, who said that an average of 550 new scholars are added to the program each year.

“Our mission of helping educate the youth of Texas is at the forefront of all that we do, and holding our Rodeo, livestock show and competitive events is critical for educating future generations,” San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo CEO Cody Davenport said.

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