Peach JAMboree2019-04-19T01:42:24+00:00

58th Annual Stonewall Peach JAMboree

June 20th-22nd: Gates open at 6pm

Rodeo slack events begin at 8 pm

This evening is free of charge, and food vendors will be on the grounds.

8 pm rodeo performance. The gates open at 6 p.m.

The Friday night entertainment will be announced in April.

Entries are taken that morning in the baking, preserves and salsa contests.

The annual parade at 10 a.m., and barbecue by the pound will go on sale after the parade.

Activities planned throughout the afternoon include the Peach Patch area for kids, 42 tournament, washer pitching tournament, peach show and auction, peach eating and pit spitting contest, mutton busting and more.

Girls competing for the title of Stonewall Peach Queen will take part in an

afternoon pageant at 3 p.m.

One of the highlights of the afternoon will be the annual auction of prize-winning

peaches, pastries and preserves at 4 p.m.

The new queen will be crowned in a 7:30 p.m. ceremony just prior to the start of

the rodeo performance at 8 p.m.

Ronnie Milsap will perform for the Saturday night dance.

There will also be mutton busting both nights beginning at 7 p.m.

2019 Application Forms


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Frequently Asked Questions

  • When is the event?

    The Stonewall Peach JAMboree is always the 3rd full weekend in June; beginning with a Rodeo and Dance on Friday night and ending with a Rodeo and Dance on Saturday night.​

  • Where is the event located?

    Stonewall Chamber Grounds. ​250 Peach Street, ​Stonewall, TX 78671

  • Where can I park?

    Parking for Friday and Saturday night Rodeo and Dance is located behind Stonewall Elementary School. This parking lot can be accessed from Peach Street. Additional parking along Peach Street.

    ​Parking for Saturday activities is available at same locations above after parade has finished.

  • ​​Is there an admission fee?

    A ticket must be purchased for admittance to the Rodeo and Dance. They can be bought in advance on the Peach JAMboree webpage or purchased at the gate.​​

    ​​Admission is free for daytime activities on Saturday. Admission fee required after 6 pm.

  • Can I get a refund?

    All sales are final.​​​​ No refunds due to weather.

  • What forms of payment are accepted?

    Credit card is accepted when buying tickets online. Payment at the gate is cash only.​​​​​ An ATM will be available on the grounds.

  • Where is the parade route?

    The parade begins at the Stonewall Elementary School​​​​, heads east on Peach Street and moves counterclockwise on the block formed by Peach Street, St. Francis Street, Ranch Road 1, and Loring Street, and returns to the Elementary School grounds.

  • What kinds of food are available?

    Fresh peaches, peach cobbler, and peach ice cream are sold on the grounds. Peaches are sold individually. Larger quantities of peaches and other peach goods can be purchased at one of several peach stands along Highway 290. Typical carnival fare can also be purchased from several on-site vendors.

    BBQ, potato salad, and beans can be purchased after the parade at St. Francis Xavier Church. BBQ is sold by the pound.​​

    Beverage sales on the grounds include ​​​​beer, wine, soda, and water. Drink tickets must be purchased at ticket windows. Vendors may sell additional specialty drinks.

  • Are pets allowed on the grounds?​​

    NO. Pets may spook the rodeo livestock causing injury to themselves or others. Please leave your pets at home.

  • Muttin Bustin’ : When? Where? Who?

    There are two heats of mutton bustin each night: the first prior to the start of the rodeo and the second during the rodeo. There are approximately 20-30 entries per heat.

    ​​Registration opens when the gates open at 6pm. A registration table will be located in the Chamber Building. Registration is first come first serve. Children must weigh 65 lbs. or less to qualify. Entry fee is $20 per child.

If you have any additional questions, please send them to​​

Contact Info

P.O. Box 1

Phone: 830-644-2735