RAM NCFR Frequently Asked Questions - RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo

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What is the RAM NCFR?

The RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo is a national championship rodeo in which your top 200+ cowboys and cowgirls from across the US, Canada and Mexico will compete in each of the seven traditional rodeo events for $1 million in cash and prizes at the Silver Spurs Arena in Kissimmee, Florida. Contestants must qualify to attend and compete. The RAM NCFR is run tournament-style. Each contestant will get to participate in two preliminary rounds. The top eight in each event will advance to the semifinals, during which all scores and times will be erased. From there, the top four contestants will compete in the sudden death round of the finals. One champion will be crowned in each rodeo event, and one contestant will become the all-around champion leaving their mark on history!

When does the RAM NCFR take place?

The RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo will be held on April 9-10, 2021 at Osceola Heritage Park.

Where does the RAM NCFR take place?

The RAM NCFR takes place in Kissimmee, Florida at the Silver Spurs Arena annually, typically hosted in the spring.

How much is parking for the RAM NCFR?

Parking for the 2021 RAM NCFR is still to be determined. However, please plan to arrive early for the rodeo to avoid long lines and give yourself time to walk to the arena.

Which contestants are coming?

Though we love to highlight the champions coming to town, we will not know who exactly will be advancing to the RAM NCFR until the last circuit final rodeo has taken place. The circuit finals end in January. Once we have the official results, we will be releasing those contestants’ names closer to the event. Please keep in mind that no-shows do happen from time to time. Contestants may qualify to attend and compete, but some might choose not to, or some experience injury and cannot participate.

What else is there to do in Kissimmee?

We have many thrills you can experience here in Kissimmee! We are home to several world-class theme parks, water parks, beautiful golf courses, miles of beaches, the Paddling Center at Shingle Creek, Wild Florida Airboats, Old Town, go-kart racing, the ICON Orlando™, farmers markets, great dining and so much more! Visit ExperienceKissimmee.com to learn more about our local attractions!

Are pets allowed?

No, only service animals and participating rodeo livestock are permitted on site. The general public and attendees may not bring animals to this event. (Contestants, you may travel with the necessary animals or livestock, and they are permitted on-site.)

Are cameras or professional cameras permitted?

Due to recent changes at the PRCA headquarters, cameras and any professional camera equipment will not be allowed in the facility. If you arrive on-site and reach the bag check locations, they will ask you to return the camera or equipment to your vehicle. We will have signs posted on-site as well. For more detailed information on our camera and social media policy, please click here.

Do you have a social media policy?

Yes, please click here for all social media rules and regulations.

Is re-entry permitted?

No. Once your ticket has been scanned and you enter the facility you won’t be permitted to leave and return to the event. Please make sure you plan accordingly.

What are the protocols for rodeoing during the COVID-19 pandemic?

With the outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association designed the PRCA Coronavirus Ground Rules and Safety Guidelines on May 18, 2020, in partnership with committees, public health officials, and local, state, and federal officials. The RAM NCFR committee is committed to keeping safety the first priority and informing patrons of upcoming changes. To learn more about rodeoing during the COVID-19 pandemic, click here