It’s the heart and soul of country in Springfield. For 30 years if you wanted to do a little boot-scoot’n, shoot a game of pool, or simply enjoy a cold long-neck beer, Midnight Rodeo was the place to do it! The bar was moved from Tulsa, Oklahoma and originally set up shop on South Campbell at the former “Stars” location. Then in 1996 the club moved to it’s larger location at the corner of Sunshine and Glenstone.

Not only is “The Rodeo” the place to show off your line dancing skills, over the years it’s become “the place” to catch some of country music’s rising stars! From that very first Chris LeDoux concert, to the likes of Morgan Wallen, more recently Dylan Scott and Texas Country star Warren Zeiders, some of the very best in the business have played Midnight Rodeo’s stage.

Where else in southwest Missouri can you ride the legendary rotating bar? Only at Midnight Rodeo! The sound system is state-of-the-art and the dance floor one of the biggest in the region! The pool tables are the best you can buy and the beer is always ice cold!

This Saturday, November 5th, Midnight Rodeo is throwing it’s biggest party ever! They’re also turning back the clock to 1992. All drinks and beers will be priced at what they were when the place opened in 1992! 18 and over welcome!

We’ll see you at “The Rodeo” Saturday night! Bring your fiends and come celebrate history! Happy birthday to Midnight Rodeo! Here’s to 30 more! Cheers!