Is every seat covered?
The entire 1910 Area is covered by tents. However seats located close to the front fence might experience the weather of the day.
Is there an age requirement to be in the 1910 room?
Yes, patrons must be 21 years of age or older to be in the 1910 room.
Is disabled and/or handicapped seating available?
Yes, however the terrain in the 1910 area is not a flat surface. There are chairs at each table and we can accommodate as necessary.
Where do I get my tickets?
Passes will be mailed directly to you in August, you must have your badge at the time of entry. Passes are only good for the day you purchased said ticket. Please enter at the East ticket entrance in the VIP lane.
What are the hours each day?
The 1910 Room opens Wednesday at 12 pm (noon) and will be open until the end of the rodeo, approximately 5:30 pm.
What food and beverages are offered?
Cocktails, non-alcoholic beverages and light snacks will be available upon arrival with appetizers starting shortly thereafter. The main course is to be served at approximately 2 pm with dessert to follow approximately at 3:30 pm.
There may be additional ‘plates’ left on the serving table for guests who have missed the meal time, please note that plates are made to accommodate the number of guests each day and extras are not guaranteed. There is a different menu every other day (Wed/Fri, Thurs/Sat. same menus).
Where are the closest restrooms?
All of our guests will have access to the “Porcelain Suite” of restrooms, located inside the 1910 Room. These are NOT ADA accessible, however we do have ADA restrooms in close proximity