Rodeo Guide

COVID policy:

All CDC and State guidelines in place will be followed at the rodeo. Currently, proof of vaccination and masks are not required outdoors.

Can I purchase tickets at the Arena?

Yes. If the event is not sold out, the arena box office will sell tickets.

Tickets on-line are:

Tickets at the box office are:

Refund Policy: If the rodeo is cancelled for COVID-19 or any other government mandated order we will refund all tickets within 10 days

Does my 3-year-old need a ticket?

No. Kids 3 and under do not need a ticket. But be aware – according to fire marshal regulations, no strollers are allowed in the arena.

What should I bring to the rodeo?

What is not allowed at the rodeo?

When should I get to the arena?

The Rodeo gates open 2 hours before the rodeo starts. That’s 2pm on Saturday and Noon on Sunday. Come early to get a good seat, eat some grub and experience the pre-rodeo activities

Where is the Gold Country Pro Rodeo?

The event is being held at McCann Stadium in the Gold Country Fairgrounds.
Enter at 209 Fairgate Road, Auburn, CA 95603

Is there parking available?

Parking entrance is at 209 Fairgate Road. The rodeo is held at the McCann Stadium at the Gold Country Fair.

Where can I see live music?

Friday, April 22nd

Tap & Vine Proudly Presents:
The Gold Country Pro Rodeo Pre-Party and Outdoor Saloon
7:00 pm to Close
Featuring boot-stomping live music by Buck Ford

Location: Tap & Vine- 130 Maple St, Auburn, CA 95603
$10 cover

Get tickets here >>


Saturday, April 23rd

Official Rodeo After Party
Pistol Pete’s Brew & Cue, 140 Harrison Ave, Auburn, CA 95603
Featuring the North Forty!

$10 Cover

Get Tickets Here >>


Can I save seats in the Arena for my family and friends?

No. Please do not save seats.

This is a Rain or Shine Event. No Refunds unless the rodeo is unable to happen due to government mandate. If a government mandate is issued, all tickets will be refunded within ten days.

No Ins & Outs. Once you enter the venue, you ill not be allowed to come in and out.

No outside food and drink allowed to be brought in (unless for medical reasons)

ADA seating available while supplies last. This is limited to the ticket holder that requires ADA seating and one guest.
No umbrellas or canopies are allowed.

No pets are allowed inside for the safety of the animals in the arena. (Service animals ONLY)

No strollers are allowed due to the fire marshal (stroller parking at the front entrance)

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