See the breakaway roping page here for all the details.
Yes. We encourage well mannered dogs to join the rest of the family at Roots N’ Boots Queen Creek. All dogs must be leashed and cleaned up after. They must also stay on your lap or beneath your feet. They cannot take up an extra seat, nor can they sit in the isle or be tied at the bottom of the bleachers. I hope this helps and that your pup enjoys the rodeo!
Yes. See the Parking page for details on reserving RV slots.
No. We provide all protective gear necessary to have fun Mutton Bustin.
Wrangler Rodeo ticket vouchers must be redeemed for an actual ticket at the Rodeo ticket office. Details are here
Yes. There are kiddie rides always available.
Yes and No. Space is limited so contact our Royalty Coordinator soon.
Probably, depending on the activity. See each activity for details.
No. Vouchers are redeemable only as long as there are tickets available. Once a performance sells out, no more tickets are available for sale or for vouchers.
No. All seating is first come, first served, in each type of seating.
Liquor at Roots N’ Boots Queen Creek
Liquor sales and consumption are restricted to specific areas of Roots N’ Boots Queen Creek (PRCA rodeo, Saloon and Rodeo Dance). Beer, wine and limited mixed drinks will be available.
No outside alcohol is allowed onsite and No liquor is allowed at Horseshoe Park except at certain locations and during scheduled hours.
The Family Rodeo page has all the details.
Yes, you can. Molly Jacobs from the QC Performing Arts Center coordinates our National Anthem singers. Please contact Molly at email@example.com and cc: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Everyone must pay for parking, but after that everything else is optional.
The following elements of Roots N’ Boots Queen Creek have an additional cost:
- PRCA Rodeo. Details here
- Carnival. Details here.
- Parking. $5 per car per day, or $10 for preferred parking (as available)
- Pony Rides.
- other various activities or games
The following community events have an entry fee but are free to watch
- Community Roping
- Community Barrel Race
- Community Ranch Sorting
The following elements are free:
- Petting Zoo
- Family Rodeo
- Xtreme Teen Rodeo
- Ranch Dressing
- Special Kids Rodeo
- Watching the Mounted Shooters, etc.
That depends entirely on how many tickets are sold prior to the performance. Last year Friday and Sunday were sold out 30 minutes prior to the start of the rodeo, but Saturday sold out around noon on Saturday. It is entirely possible that the Saturday performance could be sold out prior to Saturday, this year.
Water bottles may be brought onto the site, but coolers are not permitted.
No. Event parking is only at Horseshoe Park & Equestrian Centre. Those parking on roads outside the site may be subject to tickets, fines and/or towing.
2017 Roots N’ Boots Queen Creek is March 15-19, with Community Competition going on March 15-17, and the PRCA Pro Rodeo, Carnival and vendors going March 17-19. Check out the schedule for details.
Registration and waivers for Family Rodeo, Ranch Dressing and Xtreme Teen Rodeo are not mailed in, but rather brought to Roots N’ Boots. Only Special Kids Rodeo (SKR) requires pre-registration.
The differences are based on the amount of support (cash or in-kind) and therefore the amount of visibility at the event.
Take it to the Rodeo Ticket Office onsite at Roots N’ Boots and redeem it for one (1) General Admission ticket to either Friday or Sunday PRCA Pro Rodeo Performance.
See the Royalty page for details on how to become a Roots N’ Boots Queen Creek Sweetheart.