95th Tucson Rodeo and Parade 2020 Highlights
Every year since 1925, the Tucson Rodeo and Parade attracts tens of thousands of local residents and visitors from all over the world to the Tucson Rodeo Grounds.
The dates for the 95th season of Tucson's Rodeo, La Fiesta de los Vaqueros - the Celebration of the Cowboys.
What's Happening at the Tucson Rodeo & Parade
Two major Rodeo events make up La Fiesta de los Vaqueros:
2020 Tucson Rodeo Guide
RODEO SCHEDULE: Events
As one of the top 25 rodeos on the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) calendar, the Tucson Rodeo attracts the sport’s current and former world champions, all vying for a share of tens of thousands of dollars in prize money.
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HISTORY Tucson Rodeo
HISTORY of the Tucson Rodeo Parade
Buffalo Bill Cody Days in Oracle
Saturday, February 22 & Sunday, February 23: 5th Annual Buffalo Bill Cody Days. Held at the Oracle Inn Steakhouse & Lounge, 305 E. American in Oracle, AZ, 1-5pm. The community of Oracle honors the iconic 19th century world entertainer and local miner William “Buffalo Bill” Cody. Relative Gerald Cody shares family stories about Buffalo Bill. Free entertainment, magic show for kids, presentations, book talks. Free drawing. Call 620-623-3733 or visit Cody Days in Oracle.
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The Tucson Rodeo Parade
La Fiesta de los Vaqueros is hosted by the nonprofit Tucson Rodeo and Tucson Rodeo Parade Committees. A portion of the rodeo proceeds benefits community groups including the University of Arizona Foundation scholarship fund and local Lion’s and Rotary Clubs. Read more about the Tucson Rodeo Parade.
Tucson Rodeo Parade Museum
The Tucson Rodeo Parade Museum is open January 2 through April 6, 2013 with new exhibits, ADA access and updated bathroom facilities. Walk among over 125 horse-drawn vehicles and the great displays featuring life as it was in late-1800 Tucson. More information on the Tucson Rodeo Parade Museum.
Discover the forgotten history and legends of the Catalina Mountains– the lost Iron Door Mine, the lost city and the lost mission; the history of Oracle and Buffalo Bill Cody's gold mines in the Catalinas. Copies available for purchase at Tucson Rodeo Museum. By local Tucson author Robert Zucker.
Read sample chapters, download FREE PDF and order online: Treasures of the Santa Catalina Mountains.
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