If you like watching rough and tough cowboys riding big, bad bulls to see which one can outdo the other, then you’re in luck if you happen to be in Prescott AZ. That’s because on April 29, the 2017 Mile High PBR comes riding into town, featuring the best bull riding stars on the circuit today. Scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Prescott Valley Event Center, this year’s event looks to be one of the most competitive on the PBR circuit. Gaining in popularity year after year, fans who attend this bull riding event know there will be plenty of action with each ride.
As with virtually all PBR competitions, there will be many of the world’s best bull riders in attendance. Some of the riders scheduled to compete in Prescott AZ include:
Like all of these events, there will be plenty of bulls that may turn out to be the real winners. With the likes of Mr. Clark and other bulls in attendance, there’s no doubt the riders will need to be at their best to come out on top.
Since this event is so popular with fans in Prescott AZ and across the country, media coverage for this bull riding competition is extensive. Among the media outlets covering this event are:
–Cowboy Lifestyle Network
–Ak-Chin Indian Community
–Earnhardt Auto Centers
–Papa John’s Pizza Road Team
With all of these media outlets providing behind-the-scenes interviews, thrilling videos of the action, and photos that capture the true essence of the competition, fans in Prescott AZ and elsewhere will learn everything they need to know.
A great source of family-friendly entertainment, the Mile High PBR competition is very affordable for everyone. Tickets can be purchased at the Prescott Valley Event Center box office from 10-5 Monday-Friday, or you can call the box office at 928-772-1819. If you want to order tickets online, visit www.ticketmaster.com for details. With prices ranging from $12-$50, there’s sure to be a ticket to fit everybody’s budget.
Don’t Miss This Event!
If you’re a cowboy or cowgirl who wants to see who wins the battle of man vs. bull, there’s no better place to spend some time than the Prescott Valley Event Center on April 29. No matter which rider you’re rooting for, there’s no doubt you’ll be on the edge of your seat from beginning to end, waiting to see which rider can reach the eight-second mark.
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