PRORODEO and more: Fort Worth Stock Show rolls into second weekend

Bulls Night Out: Jeff Askey in action on at the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo. (Photo by K.P. Wilska)

The Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo is rolling into its second weekend with something for everyone: exciting rodeo, Mustang Magic, comedian Brian Regan performing in the Will Rogers Auditorium, Kids Gone Wild …. FWSSR at the Will Rogers Memorial Center and Dickies Arena is the place to be.

Here’s a roundup of what’s happening:

FWSSR PRORODEO TOURNAMENT – Daily beginning Friday

The FWSSR PRORODEO Tournament begins Friday and runs through Feb. 4. With a fan-friendly, bracket-style format, the PRORODEO Tournament and its $1 million payout takes rodeo to a completely new dimension in Dickies Arena. More information:–promo-boxes/prorodeo-tournament

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MUSTANG MAGIC – Friday and Saturday

Wild horses recently roaming the open ranges of the American West are gentled by professional and amateur horse trainers and brought to Fort Worth for what may be the Stock Show’s most anticipated horse event. The Mustang Magic Celebrity Freestyle competition is scheduled for Friday in the Will Rogers Coliseum. Nine popular horse trainers will showcase their horsemanship and showmanship skills during an evening that always provides excitement, thrills and surprises while showcasing the beauty, versatility and trainability of the American Mustang. The Mustang Magic Top Ten Freestyle Finals follows on Saturday. The top 10 trainer/mustang duos from the Mustang Magic Classes will perform in this freestyle finals highlighting what the pairs have worked on in approximately 100 days of training. The once wild mustangs are now trusted partners to the horsemen and women competing with them. All mustangs will be available for adoption/purchase immediately following Saturday’s finals. More information:

KIDS GONE WILD – Sunday – 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Youngsters engage with the natural world at Kids Gone Wild. Children can see various forms of wildlife in a fun and engaging setting. Plenty of reptiles, mammals, birds and bees and there’s fishing, archery and air guns all in a supervised, fun, safe setting. More information:

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BRIAN REGAN – Auditorium Concert Series – Friday

Brian Regan premiered his second Netflix stand-up special, Brian Regan: On The Rocks, on February 23, 2021. Brian returned for his third season in Peter Farrelly’s TV series, Loudermilk, which is streaming on Amazon Prime. Farrelly personally cast Brian in the series alongside Ron Livingston, Anja Savcic, Will Sasso and Mat Fraser. Brian received praise for his portrayal of “Mugsy,” a recovering addict who is estranged from his family. Brian stars in his own Netflix series, Stand Up And Away! With Brian Regan, which premiered on Christmas Eve 2018. More information:

LIVESTOCK SHOWS – Saturday and Sunday

4-H and FFA youth from across Texas will exhibit beef heifers and lambs at the Stock Show. Competition happens Saturday and Sunday. More information:

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More than 200 vendors and concessionaires featuring everything from the latest in fashion to Chevy pickup trucks as well as home and outdoor furnishings can all be found at the Stock Show. And, Stock Show food vendors are awesome. More information: and


The FWSSR Texas Invitational Mariachi Competition will feature the top high school mariachi teams from across the state. Teams begin the competition at 9 a.m. with a 4 p.m. championship finale. More information:–contests/mariachi-competition


Both the Bud Light Roadhouse and The Corkyard have before and after rodeo entertainment on Simmons Bank Plaza. Get in free with a paid grounds admission, Souvenir Pin, museum membership or rodeo ticket. Otherwise, there’s a $10 cover at the door.

Bud Light Roadhouse Lineup:

The Corkyard Lineup:


Seniors get half-price grounds admission every Friday of the Stock Show. For $5, anyone 55-years and older can take in all the Stock Show sights, sounds and smells (think corn dogs and cinnamon rolls). Does not include admission to rodeo performances.

Visitors to the Stock Show & Rodeo this weekend have several options for parking and transportation: 


There are several parking lots near the Will Rogers Memorial Center and Dickies Arena available for guests on weekends. Click here for parking information and maps. Weekend parking lot options include: 

Western Heritage Garage – Gendy St. west of the Amon Carter Exhibits Hall

Orange Lot – Gendy St. adjacent to Amon Carter Exhibits Hall

Blue Lot – Harley Ave. adjacent to National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame

Yellow Lot – Trail Dr. east of Dickies Arena

Farrington Field Parking Lot – Trail Dr. east of Farrington Field

North Texas Health Science Center – Bunting Ave. 

Dickies Arena West Lot – Montgomery St. 


For petting zoo, horse and livestock shows, shopping and the Auditorium Concert Series use the drop off and pick up location at the Will Rogers Memorial Center: 3400 Will Rogers Road South

For rodeo in Dickies Arena, the Bud Light Roadhouse and The Corkyard use: 

Drop off: 1911 Montgomery St. Dickies Way

Pick Up: 3596 Harley Ave.


Providing public transit services throughout Fort Worth and Tarrant County, Trinity Metro features an array of services from bus to rail and can deliver you safely, conveniently and affordably to the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo. Trinity Metro’s all-electric bus, The Dash, has convenient stops at Dickies Arena and Will Rogers Memorial Center. Here are Trinity Metro’s services to help you conveniently get to the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo.