Rodeo & Rhinestones - 2022

The vision is for the indoor Buffalo Civic Center (adjacent to the Buffalo Rodeo Grounds) to become destination shopping as a rodeo marketplace from Tuesday June 21 – Saturday June 25, 2022 in Buffalo, Minnesota.  We are seeking retail vendors, chic boutique participants, western tradeshow booths, leather goods, jewelry, home furnishing and accessories to be part of this inaugural tradeshow.  The event is being produced by Kirchmann Media Group. 

Tuesday is our Rodeo & Rhinestones Ladies Night Out from 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. with cocktails, appetizers and a western fashion show. Tickets go on sale May 1, 2022.  We will pay tribute to our western heritage over the decades beginning in 1955.   Each clothing boutique can choose to participate in the fashion show with their fashion collections.   

Wednesday to Saturday Rodeo & Rhinestones Expo is free admission to the public.  We anticipate the operating hours to be 2 p.m. - 6 p.m. The rodeo grounds open at 5 p.m. and nightly performances (Thursday - Saturday) begin at 7 p.m.  Wednesday night is Family Fun Night beginning at 4 p.m. with a Mutton Bustin competition and children activities.  



Indoor Vendor - 2022 Rodeo & Rhinestones 

Buffalo Civic Center from Tues. June 21 – Sat. June 25

Vendor Terms and Conditions.

Move In/Out: Single Day Vendors – Tuesday June 21st.  Move In starting on Monday June 20, 2022 at noon.  Setup ready by 3 p.m. Tuesday June 21, 2022.  Move Out by 10 a.m. on Wednesday June 22. 

Move In/Out: Multi-Day Vendors – Tuesday June 21st thru Saturday June 25.  Move in starting on Monday June 20, 2022 at noon. Setup ready by 3 p.m. Tuesday June 21, 2022.  Move Out by 10 a.m. Sunday June 26. 

Booth Space: Vendors are provided designated space based on registration and payment received.  No tables, chairs or extension cords are provided.  Limited electrical drops from the ceiling will need to be shared.  Bring your own electrical cords.

Vehicle Regulations: Vehicles are permitted to enter and exit during move in/move out times only. 

Vendor Parking: Parking is available near the rear of the Civic Center where space is available. The Buffalo PRCA Championship Rodeo or the Buffalo Rodeo Association will not be held liable for any vehicle; its contents or subsequent damage while on the premises. 

License, Permits, Taxes, Fee’s: The vendor shall obtain, at their own cost, any license(s) and/or permit(s) required by law. Vendor shall pay all taxes, fees and charges prescribed by Local, State or Federal law, including ordinances and regulations in connection with Vendor use of Premises. Food vendors must meet all requirements of the Department of Health for participating in this event. A Minnesota Department of Revenue ST-19 for is available at https://www.revenue.state.mn.us/sites/default/files/2011-11/st19.pdf  

Certificate of Insurance: Provide certificate of insurance with minimum amount of $1,000,000 naming vendor as Insured, along with Buffalo Rodeo Association, City of Buffalo as additionally insured.  Email greg@buffalorodeo.com 

Professional Conduct:  No activities in violation of Federal, State and or Local laws shall be permitted on the premises; it is the responsibility of the Vendor to enforce this provision. No lewd or indecent behavior, actions, conduct, language, pictures or portrayals shall be included in any activity presented by the Vendor on the premises; Nothing will be presented, used or sold is contrary to law or prohibited by the City of Buffalo.

Causes for Agreement Termination: It is expressly understood and agreed that without prejudice to any rights and remedies available to the Buffalo PRCA Championship Rodeo, in the event of any breach or failure to perform by vendor by one or more of the terms and conditions of this agreement the Buffalo PRCA Championship Rodeo may terminate this agreement by so notifying the Vendor. May stop all activities of Vendor on premises and oust Vendor from the premises. The Buffalo PRCA Championship Rodeo, its agents, or employees shall in no way be responsible for the Vendor for carrying out the actions authorized by this paragraph.

The Buffalo PRCA Championship Rodeo reserves the right to evict any objectionable person(s) from any portion of the facility or premises; and upon the exercise of this option or authority by the Buffalo PRCA Rodeo, Buffalo Rodeo Association or its agents, the Vendor hereby waives all rights or claims for damages against the Buffalo PRCA Championship Rodeo or any of its agents or employees.

PROHIBITED PRACTICES: Please respect the civic center and our grounds, leave it as you found it. 

All signs, tape, string, banners, decorations etc. Must be removed before leaving the grounds.

No strapping to permanent grounds fixtures, i.e., benches, light and power poles, trash barrels and similar structures or items.

Buffalo PRCA Championship Rodeo is not liable. The Buffalo PRCA Championship Rodeo shall not be liable for machinery, equipment, merchandise, paraphernalia, costumes, clothing, booths, stands, exhibit materials or any other property of Vendor or Vendors agents, employees, patrons or guests caused by theft, civil disobedience, fire, acts of god, or any other cause of whatever nature. The Buffalo PRCA Championship Rodeo shall not be responsible for charges or expenses on any materials, merchandise, printed advertising matter or otherwise delivered to for the Vendor. The Buffalo PRCA Championship Rodeo will not accept or receive materials on behalf of the Vendor.

While the Buffalo PRCA Championship Rodeo, Buffalo Rodeo Association will make every effort to produce a successful event, they cannot guarantee the level of attendance, weather conditions, sales, or any other circumstances beyond their control.

Product Limitations:  The Buffalo PRCA Championship Rodeo reserves the right to limit or restrict items offered for sale or services to be provided. The Buffalo PRCA Championship Rodeo reserves the right to ask any and all Vendors to cease the sale of products or services not approved by the Buffalo PRCA Championship Rodeo Vendor Chair prior to the beginning of event. 


We reserve the right to change the location of a Vendor’s space if unforeseen circumstances arise.

Vendor will remove all vending units, trailers, equipment, trash etc., no later than the following day after the close of event. If you cannot vacate the Vendor space for any reason, you will need written consent of the Buffalo PRCA Championship Rodeo Vendor Chair. 

All business or other activity for which the Vendor has rented space must be conducted in your designated area only including, but not limited to, any excessive noise, such as loud music or singing or megaphone must be pre-approved by Vendor Chair.

All Vendors agree that all fees paid to the Buffalo PRCA Championship Rodeo are non-transferable and no Vendor space may be sublet, reassigned, or otherwise transferred to a third party without written consent from the Vendor Chair.

Failure to comply with any / all conditions will result in immediate expulsion from event and may jeopardize any further invitation.

For additional information or questions, greg@buffalorodeo.com

Please return all required paperwork no later than April 29, 2022.

Buffalo Rodeo Association

P.O. Box 86 

Buffalo, MN 55313 



WAIVER: I, the undersigned participant (and my parent or guardian if I am younger than 18 years of age), intending to be legally bound, do hereby forever release and waive any and all rights, claims, and actions for damages that we, our heirs, executors, administrators, and assigns may have, or that may hereafter accrue against any and all persons, organizations, and other entities associated with the event, including, but not limited to Rodeo Ticket, sponsors, affiliates, volunteers, , and individual Rodeo & Rhinestones organizers, arising out of or in connection with my involvement before, during, or after the event.

I verify that I am physically fit and sufficiently trained to participate in this event and I assume the risks involved in this activity. I further attest that I will be mindful of hazards around the event, and hold said sponsors and organizers blameless in any harm that may happen.

I consent to the collection and use of my Personal Information as contained in the Privacy Policy. I also give my permission for the free use of my name and/or pictures in telecasts, broadcasts, newspapers, posters, advertising, etc.

I also acknowledge understanding that the charge to my card will show up as Rodeo Ticket I acknowledge that the online processing fees and charitable donations are non-refundable. I also acknowledge that any charitable donations will have 4.97% withheld from the donation to pay credit card and administrative costs.

Rodeo Ticket shall not be liable to you for any direct, indirect, special, incidental, consequential or exemplary damages including, but not limited to, loss of profits, goodwill, use, data or other intangible loses. Rodeo Ticket does not guarantee the completeness or accuracy of any information contained in, or provided in conjunction with the http://www.rodeoticket.com website. Rodeo Ticket is not responsible for any omissions or inaccuracies, or for the results obtained from this information.

Rodeo Ticket facilitates registration for various events, some of which allow participants under the age of thirteen (13). We require a submission of birth date for all registration entries. For children under the age of thirteen (13), parental or guardian consent is required.

You agree that the statutes and laws of the State of Utah, USA, will apply to all matters relating to this Agreement and Waiver. You irrevocably consent that exclusive jurisdiction for any dispute with Rodeo Ticket relating to this Agreement and Waiver resides in the courts of Utah, and you further agree and expressly consent to the exercise of personal jurisdiction in the courts of Utah in conjunction with any such dispute including any claim involving Rodeo Ticket .