Rodeo Parade Moved Due to Downtown Construction

 

SAN ANGELO, TX – Due to construction in Downtown San Angelo, this year's rodeo parade will have an alternate route.

According to the SASSRA, on Mar. 9, the San Angelo Rodeo Parade is held the first Saturday of the stock show and rodeo, as a way to officially kick off the event. Regardless of weather, the parade will go on, with the exception of lightning.

The Parade Committee works tirelessly to line-up parade entries. This parade is one of the largest held annually in San Angelo and is always a favorite of spectators.

Due to ongoing construction downtown, the parade route has changed, however all staging will remain the same as indicated in the line up instruction included in the entry form. Please see below for more details.

The parade is held in historic downtown San Angelo, and features riding clubs, trail ride participants, antique tractors, wagons, marching bands and floats.

The specific parade route will begin at Irving and Concho Street, proceed East to Oakes, turn left on Oakes to Harris, turn left on Harris, proceed to Chadbourne, turn right on Chadbourne and proceed to College Street, turn Left of College Street, continue to Irving, turn left on Irving to Beauregard, turn right on Beauregard proceed to Randolph, turn left on Randolph, proceed to River Drive and dismiss.

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Video Coverage of the 2021 San Angelo Rodeo

Comments

Just don't take the parade up N Chadbourne from 7th all the way to about 19th street. The horses will fall and break a leg, the floats will beat themselves to pieces and the marchers will all go home with sprained ankles from the moon craters that are on Chadbourne street..... I guess the visitors bureau has done a big job in getting the word out for people to come visit San Angelo, and those who are foolish enough to do so are certain to go home with horror stories about the motion sickness they suffered while traveling on the bumpy, uneven, pot hole filled streets.......

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