General Ticket Information and Frequently Asked Questions
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General Ticket Information and Frequently Asked Questions

COVID Guidelines
All Spectators and Contestants must adhere to all San Diego County COVID guidelines in effect at time of rodeo.

Security Check
All Spectators and Contestants are subject to a security check prior to entering the Lakeside Rodeo Facility.
A clear bag only policy is in effect for the Lakeside Rodeo.
See Security policy at bottom of page.

The following items are NOT ALLOWED at the Lakeside Rodeo facility:
** See full list at bottom of page
  • No DSLR, SLR or mirrorless (any) cameras with detachable lenses
  • No Point and Shoot Camera
  • No iPads, tablets, GoPro, drones or Selfie Sticks
  • No video or recording devices
  • Pets
    • See Service Dog policy at bottom of page

Lakeside Rodeo Ticket Box Office only open 1/2 days on limited Wednesdays and Saturdays in August...
For handicap seating, call after August 1st - (619) 443-5125.

Ticket Information

Ticket Prices:


Tickets for the 2021 Lakeside Rodeo are online purchase only.
Handicap section tickets may be purchased by calling (619) 561-4331, 10 AM to 4PM

Ticket Box Office:


The onsite Ticket Box Office will be open limited dates (TBA) for Will Call pick up.

Price:


Adult: $25
Child: $15
Tickets are numbered and reserved seating, all sections

**Penthouse seating is unavailable in 2021
**Box seating (only) is sold out for the 2021 Rodeo




Ticket Purchase Disclaimer

Once tickets are purchased there is no refund, no exchange.

Frequently Asked Ticket Questions

I purchased tickets online. How do I use them to get into rodeo?
After purchase, you receive an email with a link to printing your tickets at home or to add them to your Apple Wallet.
  • You may use your Android or Smart Phone with your purchase provided QR Code per ticket to be scanned at the entry gate.
  • You can print your e-tickets at home which will display your purchase provided QR Code per e-ticket and bring your printed e-ticket to be scanned at the entry gate.
I purchased e-tickets online but I cannot find them. What do I do?
You can contact the Ticket Customer Service at (619) 561-4331 as of August 5, 2021, 10AM to 4PM.
After August 26, 2021, please call (619) 561-4331, press 2 to speak to a ticket representative.
They will help you locate your e-tickets which can be emailed to you.

I purchased e-tickets online but I need to change my tickets for another performance.
There is no exchange or refund on ticket purchases.

I bought e-tickets for my friends. How do I get their QR Codes to them?

Send them to your friends by text message, email, or print a copy and provide it to them.

What if I need Handicap seating?
  • If you need to request Handicap seating, please call Lakeside Rodeo Ticket Sales direct at (619) 561-4331 for ticket sales, and speak with a representative 10AM to 4PM.
  • Handicap seating ticket is reserved for wheel chair or motorized mobility device users.
  • When purchasing a Handicap Ticket, one additional companion ticket will be available for purchase in Handicap seating area
    • if you have more than one person accompanying handicap person: If available, additional seating tickets in the adjacent section to Handicap section may be purchased at the same time.
  • If you have a limited mobility issue, please inform the Ticket staff who will work to get you convenient seating in the lower stands.

I don't have email. How can I buy tickets?
You can call Lakeside Rodeo Ticket Sales direct at (619) 561-4331 for ticket sales 10AM to 4PM , and speak with a ticket customer service representative. The representative can take your order over the phone and charge your credit card for the purchase. The sales representative will provide you with ticket pick up information.

I need to use cash to pay for my tickets. What do I do?
For ticket purchases inquiries using cash, please call (619) 561-4331 to speak to a representative starting August 1, 2021 from 10AM to 4PM .

How do I buy a group of tickets?
Group sales are subject to San Diego County COVID guidelines. Starting August 5, 2021, please call Lakeside Rodeo Ticket Sales direct at (619)561-4331 for ticket sales from 10AM to 4PM, and speak with a customer service representative. Please make sure you buy all of the tickets you need at one time as adding on tickets in proximity to your section/row to your group will be impossible as the event date nears.

Can I just wait to get to the Rodeo grounds before the performance to buy my tickets?
No. Tickets are online presale only and available seating is subject to capacity guidelines set by the County of San Diego.

A Family member has a special dietary need. Can I bring the food in for that person?
Although there is a "no outside food or beverage allowed" rule, all requests are taken on a case by case basis. Please call (619) 561-4331, press #1 for ticket sales, and discuss your special dietary need with a representative.

Arena Map

Lakeside Rodeo and Ticket Box Office
12584 Mapleview St.
Lakeside, CA 92040



Items Not Allowed on the Lakeside Rodeo Grounds

NOT ALLOWED:

  • Umbrellas
  • Stadium seats with backs
  • No sharp objects, guns or items determined to be used a weapons
  • No cameras with detachable lenses, no video equipment, no tablets, no selfie sticks no laser pointers, no recording devices
  • No Outside Food or Drinks allowed except for One (1) UNOPENED 16 oz. bottle of water per person
  • No outside alcoholic beverages are allowed. No tailgating in the parking lots with alcohol is allowed
  • Dogs or pets - only service animals as defined by the County of San Diego are allowed, Please note that “comfort dogs” do not qualify under the ADA guidelines from the Department of Justice and will not be allowed into the Lakeside Rodeo facility.
  • Pets such as non-service (comfort) dogs, snakes, birds, rodents, cats, are not allowed
  • Note: It is against the law to leave an animal unattended in a vehicle in any parking lot associated with the Lakeside Rodeo grounds and Arena.
Strollers: There is no dedicated stroller parking on the Lakeside Rodeo Grounds. Lakeside Rodeo is not responsible for strollers left unattended on the Lakeside Rodeo grounds.

Bicycles: You may ride your bicycle to the Lakeside Rodeo, but you may not bring it inside the arena gates. Lakeside Rodeo is not responsible for bicycles left unattended on the Lakeside Rodeo grounds.


Security

Clear bag policy is in effect for Lakeside Rodeo Grounds at all times.

All patrons, personnel and volunteers are subject to security search and review at entries and at all times on the grounds of the ECSA/Lakeside Rodeo facility.
  • All sharp metal objects, such as pocket knives, tableware and scissors are strictly prohibited, as are guns and other weapons. If you have any of these items when you reach the security checkpoint, you can either take them back to your vehicle or dispose of them.
  • Pepper spray and similar sprays intended for self-defence are prohibited. The ECSA/Lakeside Rodeo prohibits anything that can be used as a weapon.
  • Laser pointers are strictly prohibited, and will be confiscated during the gate security check.
  • No cameras with detachable lenses or video cameras are allowed.


Service Dog Policy

El Capitan Stadium Association (ECSA) and Lakeside Rodeo Policy on Service Dogs

ECSA/Lakeside Rodeo complies with California State provisions, which allow service dogs in all public areas. (Miniature horses trained to do work or perform tasks for persons with disabilities are also acceptable.)

Definition:
A service dog is a dog trained to do specific tasks for a person that he or she cannot do because of a disability. Service dogs can pick things up, guide a person who is blind, or help someone who falls or loses balance easily. For example, a service dog can help a blind person walk down the street or get dangerous things out of the way when someone is having a seizure.
Protecting someone, giving emotional support, or being a companion do not qualify a dog to be a service animal. To be a service dog, a dog must go through training. Usually the dog is trained to:
• Do things that are different from natural dog behavior.
• Do things that the handler (dog owner) cannot do because of a disability.
• Learn to work with the new handler in ways that help manage the owner's disability Because the handler depends on the service dog's help, these animals will be given access to public places when accompanying individuals with disabilities making their services necessary. This is the case even if it is somewhere pet dogs usually cannot go, such as a grocery facility or eating establishments.

But there are a few exceptions. For example, service dogs can be asked to leave if they are not behaving well. If someone with a service dog attends a show and baby strollers are restricted, dog strollers/carts are equally restricted. The dog is to be held on the lap of the handler. If the dog barks or is otherwise disruptive and the behavior can be compared to a human and a human would be asked to leave an event, the handler may be told to remove the dog. At the Lakeside Rodeo facility, “Dogs in Training” or “Puppies in Training” with appropriate identification will be allowed in all public areas with appropriate supervision providing they do not create a disturbance. One “Dog in Training” or “Puppy in Training” per trainer will be allowed on property. The ECSA/Lakeside Rodeo reserves the right to exclude any “trainees” creating a disturbance.

Alcohol Policy

The Lakeside Rodeo facility strictly follows the rules and guidelines of the Department of Alcohol Beverage Control (ABC).

Penalty for any individual that furnishes alcohol to a minor:
A minimum $1,000 fine and 24 hours of community service. If a person buys alcohol and furnishes it to a minor who consumes it and causes great bodily injury or death to himself or others, the furnisher faces a minimum 6-12 months in county jail and a $1,000 fine. (Sections 25658(a), 25658(c) and 25658(e)(2)(3))

Lakeside Rodeo Facility Alcohol Consumption Rules:
  • A patron must have a valid ID showing date of birth to obtain an event wristband to purchase alcohol.
  • A patron must be wearing an event provided visible wristband to purchase, hold or consume an acoholic beverage.
  • Any patron that is in possession of an alcoholic beverage is subject to inspection and review by onsite security to ensure event provided wristband is valid and that the patron is of California defined legal drinking age.
  • A patron may only purchase two (2) alcoholic beverages at any time.
  • If a patron is sighted handing off an alcoholic beverage to any other person who is not wearing a visible event provided wristband, the patron is subject to immediate removal from the facility and further action as stated in the Penalty listed above.
  • A patron who appears to be intoxicated will be denied when attempting to purchase additional alcoholic beverages.
  • A patron who appears intoxicated and is in possession of an alcoholic beverage will be subject to immediate removal from the facility and safe transportation will be arranged per state guidelines.
  • Any volunteer at the Lakeside Rodeo sighted selling in excess of two (2) alcoholic beverages to anyone, and/or selling alcoholic beverages to an intoxicated patron will be subject to Penalty and further legal action as outlined by ABC.




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57th Annual Lakeside Rodeo Tickets