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Entertainment FWSSR to announce new rodeo ticket preorder date

FWSSR to announce new rodeo ticket preorder date

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In light of recent developments regarding the threat of COVID-19 and public orders initiated to deter its spread, the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo is temporarily delaying the preorder sale of 2021 rodeo tickets normally scheduled for May 1.
Typically, ticket buyers visit the Stock Show offices to purchase tickets in early May, but in light of the city and county’s current stay-at-home orders, Stock Show officers decided to delay the start of rodeo ticket preorders until further notice, the stock show said in a news release.
“We’ll be ready to take ticket preorders when the time comes, but that time is not May 1,” said Stock Show President and General Manager Brad Barnes. “We fully support our health care providers and first responders who are working 24/7 to bring this dangerous virus under control. This is a time to be in strong support of everyone leading this courageous effort.”
Preparations are underway for the 2021 Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo scheduled for Jan. 15 through Feb. 6 including some changes to the preorder ticket buying process once tickets go on sale.
Ticket buyers will be encouraged to purchase online at www.fwssr.com

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