Mesquite Championship Rodeo 2024 Season Starts June 1st!

Choose Mesquite for your event

Meet in Mesquite. The Official Rodeo Capital of Texas.


Here are some quick facts:

1,300+ hotel rooms in Mesquite

150+ dine-in restaurants

300+ hotel rooms within walking distance to the Mesquite Convention Center

Easy airport access to Dallas/Fort Worth or Love Field Airports 35 minutes away

Draw attendees to your event from the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex of 8 million people

Mesquite is just 15 minutes east of Downtown Dallas, without the ‘big city’ prices

The Mesquite Convention Center and Exhibit Hall

Located adjacent to the Hampton Inn and Suites is the Mesquite Convention Center and Exhibit Hall. With more than 50,000 square feet of floor space, set up your next convention, trade show, or conference in multiple ways to fit your needs. In addition to all the space for your main event, utilize the more than 8,400 square feet of pre-registration space located outside the banquet and exhibit hall, and the six break-out meeting rooms.

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Options for any Occasion

Looking for a niche venue for your next event? Mesquite has several venue options to choose from, anywhere from intimate venues to large venues.

Be sure to reach out to Visit Mesquite to start planning today whether you are planning a meeting, wedding, convention, reunion, or birthday party. We will try our best to provide you with assets to help offset the cost of your event.

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An ideal location and amenities for your event

Come for work, stay for a quick getaway.

Let your guests combine business and leisure for the ideal getaway and work while their family members have the opportunity to explore Historic Mesquite plus other attractions, shopping, the rodeo, and other fun activities. With our affordable hotel rates bringing the family is not only affordable but encouraged!

Enjoy mouth-watering restaurants in the evening together and shop a little before heading back home.