Rodeo Tickets Information
Most rodeo events are week long affairs or longer and bring in some of the top artists in the music industry. The average rodeo ticket price can vary based on factors like the artist slated to perform, the competitive stage of the rodeo, and even the day of the week. Weekend ticket prices to the more touted rodeos like the National Finals Rodeo, the Houston Rodeo, and the San Antonio Rodeo tend to be a bit higher with Sunday’s usually being the cheapest. However, when premier acts are set to take the stage, the average ticket price can be affected regardless of the day.
Last year at the Houston Rodeo Florida Georgia Line ($60 median ticket price) and Pitbull ($60 median ticket price) rang in as the events top two tickets. Behind the two top events at the Houston Rodeo were Brad Paisley and Kenny Chesney at a $58 median ticket price. The 2017 Houston Rodeo kicks off on March 7, 2017 and will span for nearly 3 weeks until March 26, 2017.
While concerts have made a huge splash on most rodeos in the country, the National Finals Rodeo (NRF) still claims the reigns as the ultimate rodeo experience. Touted by most as the “Super Bowl of Rodeo.” The 2016 NFR is carrying an average ticket price of $179, slightly up from NFR ticket averages from years past. Thursday for this year’s NFR in Las Vegas rank in as the most expensive with an average ticket price of $221. The cheapest average ticket price for the NFR’s final year in Vegas is on Monday at $147 per ticket.
Ticket prices based on averages as of April 21, 2016