We appreciate your interest in exhibiting at our Rodeo. We partner with you in welcoming our fans to the Poway Rodeo ensuring that their Rodeo experience is pleasant and entertaining. Please join us in providing the best ever customer service to all our patrons. We look forward to having your business or organization as an integral part of the Poway Rodeo.
Our vendor chair can be contacted through the website "contact us" page.

All vendor spaces will be reserved on a first come first serve basis.  We must have received all monies in "full" at time of application. Checks and credit cards are accepted online!  You spot numbers will be assigned approximately one week before rodeo.

NO WATER MAY BE SOLD! We will be selling water at drink concession stands.

There is no exclusivity of products, we do our best to limit same types, but it is at our discretion. No water may be sold by vendors at our event, no exceptions!

Eligibility for "Handcrafted" products to be determined by the vendor chair.  You must be at least 90% handcrafted.

All applications for a non-profit booth must be informational only......nothing can be sold !

As a reminder you must bring a "pigtail" electrical attachment to be able to get electricity (photos below) in your booth. Also, as it can become dusty!  Bring a "garden sprayer" to "wet down" the area in front of your helps immensely. (photo below) Finally, Lights are required and up to you to light up your vendor spot. The two big performances are at night, and you want to be seen!

 Canopy (tent) stakes are not allowed to secure your canopy.  Sandbags or another anchoring device should be used. This is an equine facility for the rest of the year and they are a danger to the horses.

Please read the terms and conditions as some things have changed: 2022-Vendor-terms-and-conditions

When filling out the application please make sure you have completed all the "required" portions of the application and if you have trouble submitting, please try a different internet browser.


We are looking for volunteers to help with all aspects of the rodeo, including but not limited to ushers, parking attendants, bar tenders, id checkers, and ticketing.  If interested please click

Sams-Posse-Rodeo-NEW8169.jpgSAM’S POSSE ROUND-UP RODEO is a free event open to individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities, age 5 and up. It will take place at the Poway Rodeo arena on Saturday September 24th at 10 am. To participate you must pre-register by going to, and click on "Register Here" button.

This event is an opportunity for participants to experience the sport of rodeo by using specially designed activities for individuals of all abilities. Activities will include…Stickpony barrel racing and pole bending, “Not so rough stock” riding, (rocking horses and bulls), roping, horse drawn wagon rides and so much more!!! Participants will interact with Rodeo Royalty, therapy horses, and professional Rodeo Cowboys and Cowgirls.

We make every effort to include ALL participants regardless of their limitations. Participants will have a buddies to help them navigate through the event at their pace.

Everyone will receive a T-Shirt, hat, souvenirs and 4 tickets for the 1pm afternoon performance of Saturday’s PRCA Rodeo. Additional rodeo tickets may be purchased at a special rate. To register or for more information, click here.

Click HERE to register!

When it comes to the Poway Rodeo, there is one individual who stands out from the crowd.  That person is Dennis Childers. His responsibilities are not for the timid.  He is responsible for everything the public sees when they enter the Poway Rodeo.  From coordinating the bleacher setup, the tent for the dance, electrical generators, heavy machinery, lighting, the announcers booth, livestock loading, ground maintenance and the video scoreboard, Dennis does it all.  Dennis is a resident of Poway, and is married to Sandy Childers.  Dennis himself comes from a rodeo background as a professional bull rider.  Living that life ensures that preparing a venue for today's cowboys is something Dennis takes very serious.  So if you see Dennis on the grounds, be sure to extend you hand and thank him for all of his hard work.  We know we certainly appreciate him.