For the first time since 2020, the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo are ready to return.
“The stock show is rooted in Fort Worth’s structure,” said FWSSR spokesman Matt Brockman. “People have come to celebrate what makes Fort Worth unique, and people have come to celebrate what makes this unique for 125 years.”
Although there is no requirement for a mask, health and safety are encouraged.
“We are working with the Will Rogers Center to provide masks across the complex and hand alcohol stations across the complex – especially in the high-traffic areas that are important,” Brockman said. “We are working with Tarrant County Public Health and they will provide a vaccination clinic throughout the show’s 23-day duration.”
The Fort Worth Fire Department will also provide COVID-19 testing during the course of the event.
“If they come here and they do not feel 100% safe and they want to be tested, a test will be offered,” Brockman said.
“I want people to feel safe knowing that the stock show is doing its thing. The Will Rogers Memorial Center is doing its part,” Brockman added. “I’m sure our guests will do their part to protect themselves and others.”