A long-lasting custom in Fort Worth is back. The yearly Fort Worth stock show and the rodeo starts off Friday with animals, music, and, obviously, the rodeo.
The 23-day occasion is face-to-face at Dickies Arena and the Will Rogers Memorial Center.
This year, 25 rodeo exhibitions are arranged, and a tote of more than $1 million is being presented during the FWSSR PRORODEO Tournament.
Likewise, the stock show has different rivalries displaying secondary school mariachi groups from across the state, Escaramuza ladies' drill groups, university farm horse groups, and that's just the beginning.
Coordinators have set up COVID-19 preventive measures like a ventilation framework and hand sanitizer stations. There are no cover or inoculation limitations.
The occasion goes through Feb. 5.
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