"L a   F i e s t a   de los   V a q u e r o s"

tucson rodeo parade

 

The  T u c s o n   R o d e o   P a r a d e  ...  Committee and Museum


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The Parade

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TUCSON RODEO PARADE TROPHY WINNERS - for 2006 - 2014

THANKS FOR VISITING THE   TUCSON RODEO PARADE    WEBSITE

 

Acknowledgements
The Tucson Rodeo Parade Committee, Inc. maintains memberships in the
Metropolitan Tucson Convention & Visitors Bureau, the Southern Arizona Attractions Alliance,
Carriage Association of America, Tucson Association of Museums and Museum Association of Arizona.

The  Tucson Rodeo Parade
 February  1925--2014

This colorful, exciting Parade is presented each year and keeps the spirit of the first Parade back in 1925. Now known to be the largest Non-Motorized Parade in the country, It still achieves its success through the community's participation and the dedicated work of its members ,  volunteers and the generosity of the Sponsors.

2014 Rodeo Parade Grand Marshal
Dan Marries
KOLD 13 NEWS Anchor


Read More about the  2014  Grand Marshall


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Access Tucson in partnership with KOLD Channel 13 and the Parade Museum proudly bring the DVD versions of:

1...2012 Tucson Rodeo Parade  DVD   ...  $15.00
2...2011 TUCSON RODEO PARADE DVD    ....   $15.00
3.....2010 Tucson Rodeo Parade Telecast DVD  .....$20.00
4........    2009 Parade DVD for .......    $20.00.

5........   The 2008 Parade DVD  for .... $20.00

6.........  The 2007 Parade DVD  for .... $20.00

7........  The 2006 Parade (100 mins) which includes the Grand Marshall Press Conference       ........     $ 15.00  

8.....The Museum Tour (29 mins.)  ..... $ 22.50
 
CONTACT US

 
Send a check or money order to: 
Tucson Rodeo Parade Committee and Museum
P.O. Box 1788, Tucson  AZ  85702

Be sure to specify which DVD you want and allow some time to receive your order... Thanks
 
Contact the Parade Office: (520) 294-1280


 


Parade Entry Forms

Purchase
Grandstand Tickets

 

We Thank Our
Parade Sponsors


Visit our Horse-Drawn Vehicle Album

The Tucson Rodeo Parade Museum

Plan to tour the Parade Museum to see one of the world's largest
 collections of horse-drawn vehicles and a replication of Tucson
 in the early 1900s.
Featuring the famous MAXIMILIAN & CARLOTA fully restored carriage.

2014 MUSEUM SCHEDULE
   To see the complete schedule information go to Parade Museum


 


The ANTIQUES ROADSHOW
  2007 Season,
February 12, 19 and 26 episodes were filmed in Tucson.
The Tucson Rodeo Parade Museum was  featured on the Feb.12 Episode.
Read more about the filming

THE WORLD’S LONGEST NON-MOTORIZED PARADE  DID SOMEONE SAY PARADE

This colorful, exciting Parade is presented each year and keeps the spirit of the first Parade back in 1925. Now known to be the largest Non-Motorized Parade in the country, It still achieves its success through the community's participation and the dedicated work of its volunteer members.

The Parade begins at 9 am. Parade route begins on Ajo Highway 1/2 mile east of Park Ave. going east  to Park Avenue, then south on Park to Irvington Rd., west on Irvington to Sixth Avenue and north on Sixth to the North end of the Tucson Rodeo Grounds. The Judges and Reviewing stands are located on the North side of Irvington close to Sixth Ave. Grandstand seating is on Irvington Road. Seating in this area requires ticketing which can be purchased at Ticket Booths near the Grandstands or in advance at The Rodeo Parade Office.

 VIEW MAP                              

Parking is available near the Rodeo Grounds but is on a first-come basis. Plan to arrive early as Grandstand entertainment begins at 8:00 A.M. on Parade day.

 

 

 

Help Support
This Tucson Tradition
and

Become a Friend of the Rodeo Parade

 

The Tucson Rodeo Parade Museum Needs Your Help!

The Tucson Rodeo Parade is celebrating its 89th year in 2014. That’s 89 years of Western heritage! The Tucson Rodeo Parade Committee is embarking on a fund raising effort to provide funds to improve its museum facilities.

The Rodeo Parade Museum, opened in 1964, has provided thousands of visitors a view into the past. Housing a horse-drawn vehicle collection of over 125 wagons and buggies, the museum is located at the Tucson Rodeo Grounds, 4823 S. Sixth Avenue. The museum is sited in structures that once were home to the Pima County Fair livestock show, and the hanger of the original Tucson Municipal Flying Field; the first municipally owned airport in the United States. Needless to say, after all these years, these structures are in need of renovation.

We are asking your financial assistance in becoming a Friend of the Tucson Rodeo Parade. Your donation, in any amount will help refurbish the museum facilities. The Tucson Rodeo Parade Committee, Inc. is a 501c(3) tax-exempt organization, and all donations are fully tax deductible. All donations will be gratefully acknowledged with a receipt for tax purposes. Please send your contributions to the address below. Help us keep the museum alive!

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 This website was designed for the use of  Tucson Rodeo Parade Committee inc. by Jake Jacobson copyright, Aug.2005-2014
 
grandson of
, Albert H. Condron,  secretary of the "L a   F i e s t a   de los   V a q u e r o s" committee 1925

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Each February since 1925, Tucsonans saddle their horses, hitch up their buggies and shine their cowboy boots for the “Celebration of the Cowboys.”

Parade Office:
(520) 294-1280

 



 


courtesy AH Condron scrapbook




For further Rodeo Information
Call 520-741-2233


or go to tucsonrodeo.com

Tucson Rodeo Parade Committee and Museum
P.O.Box 1788
Tucson  AZ  85702

Contact the Parade Office:
(520) 294-1280
Museum:
(520) 294-3636


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