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My First Rodeo

All you need to know about your first Livermore Rodeo

Prohibited Items: Ice chests, outside food/beverage, and SLR camera's and video recorders of any kind.

  • To request a media pass, please contact Colby Staysa at 510-529-5451
  • Visiting Queens and Grand Entry info please contact Alyssa Perry at 925-784-7583
  • Livermore Rodeo Parade Contact: Dr. Paul Szmyd - 925-447-7892
  • Parking is $15 and includes an $8 program (one per carload)
  • Parking can get congested, it is suggested you arrive at least one hour before the Grand Entry

What is your Physical Address?

3000 Robertson Park Road

Livermore, CA 94550

Who Do I Contact Regarding Livermore Junior Rodeo

Livermore Junior Rodeo is NOT affiliated with the LSRA

Livermore Junior Rodeo website

or their contact page

What Activities take Place Between the time the Gates Open and the Start of the Rodeo?

Vendor alley features: the historical 100 year booth -- get your 100 year commemorative buckle and pins; jewelry, purses, western attire, toys, western art, food booths and beverage booths

We have a mechanical bull and a bungy jump

Sunday: Lil' Pardners Rodeo at 12:00 pm

What time does the Rodeo Begin?

The rodeo begins at 3:00 pm both days.

What time does each Event Start and When does the Rodeo End?

Please note: the events below do not have a specific time slot, we never know how the animals will perform or if participants will scratch out. The rodeo begins immediately following the Grand Entry in the order below:


Tie DownRoping

Local Team Roping

Saddle Bronc Riding

Wild Cow Milking

Steer Wrestling

PRCA Team Roping

Barrel Racing

Bull Riding

What is the Grand Entry?

Grand entry is the start of the rodeo featuring Livermore Rodeo Stagecoaches, rodeo personnel, sponsor flags, the Livermore Rodeo Queen, and visitng Queens, as well as the previous years' Queen presenting the American Flag.

How do I Become and Entrant in the Parade?

The Livermore Rotary is the organizing committee. Please contact Paul Szmyd at 925-447-7892.

When do Tickets go on Sale?

April 1st

Why Can't I Bring in my Pet?

For the safety of the patrons, workers and livestock we cannot allow pets of any kind. However, service animals are allowed.

Why Can't I Bring in my Camera/Video Equipment?

This is a PRCA sanctioned rodeo and only PRCA photographers or those with a media pass (reserved prior to the rodeo weekend) may take photographs.

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