Join NBC 5 at the legendary Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo All Western Parade on Saturday, January 16, in Downtown Fort Worth. Take throngs of horses, riders and wagons lined up, throw in some outstanding marching bands and you’ve got the legendary Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo parade.
Starting promptly at 11 a.m. the world’s largest non-motorized, all-western parade exemplifies the city’s western heritage and resonates with generations of area residents that make the spectacle an annual affair.
The 2016 procession will navigate from the Tarrant County Courthouse, turn south on Main Street, proceed south through the middle of Sundance Plaza to 9th Street, turn west on 9th Street to Houston Street, then flow north on Houston Street and will end back at the Tarrant County Courthouse.
Although the parade is free to the public, purchasing reserved seating lets you take it in with style. Seating at Sundance Square gives visitors not only an awesome view, face painters and balloon artists will also entertain the kiddos. Sundance Square tickets are $25. For $15 spectators can sit along 9th Street near the Convention Center. Reserved seating tickets will also serve as a one day’s general admission to the Stock Show grounds during the 23-day Show (rodeo performances not included). Tickets must be pre-purchased and no reserved seating will be sold at the parade site. The deadline to pre-purchase reserved seating is January 15 at 8 p.m. Contact the Rodeo Ticket Office at 817-877-2420 or visit www.fwssr.com/paradeseating.
Twenty-three days of fun-filled entertainment awaits you from January 15 through February 6 at the legendary Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo. Get your tickets today and enjoy a tradition-filled western heritage experience. For more information and a daily schedule, visit www.fwssr.com.
2016 Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo
All Western Parade
Saturday, January 16
Fort Worth, TX