Cowtown Coliseum

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Coordinates: 32°47′23″N 97°20′52″W / 32.7898°N 97.3477°W / 32.7898; -97.3477

Front of Cowtown Coliseum at night prior to the rodeo
The rider with the American flag opens the Fort Worth Championship Rodeo.
Rodeo in progress at Cowtown Coliseum
As is customary in rodeos, young children are invited into the arena here at the Fort Worth Championship Rodeo in Cowtown Coliseum.

The Cowtown Coliseum is a 3,418-seat multi-purpose arena in Fort Worth, Texas, USA. The Coliseum hosts weekly rodeos. It hosts local sporting events and concerts and began hosting the Fort Worth Sixers of the National Indoor Football League starting in 2007.

The venue was built in 1908 and was refurbished in 1986. Elvis Presley once performed there. Part of the historic Fort Worth Stockyards, the structure is the first ever indoor arena for rodeos in the United States. It also houses the Bull Riding Hall of Fame.

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