25TH PBR: Livingston Classic PBR

Professional Bull Riding spectators saw themselves right at the edge of their seats this year on the 4th of August during the Livingston Classic PBR event. The event was held at the Park County Fairgrounds, the Livingston Classic has to be one of the most sought after events in Montana. It is one sporting event which is sold out literally every year running. It brings together 35 of the best bull riders from all over the world. Everyone comes together and competes against each other. The men with the most renowned names in the field of professional bull riding competed for the win this past 4th of August.

The History of Professional Bull Riding

The PBR organization was established over 20 years ago. This was a result of almost two dozen Professional Bull Riders coming together to transform the sport into an international phenomenon. It has been just over two decades, and the event has become a craze all over the world. Being one of the most dangerous sports in the world, it has over 100 million fans worldwide. People are either attending the events live or they find themselves glued to their television screens. From when it started off, the PBR has rewarded over $100 million in prize money to the best competitors in the sport. This year’s event also featured Justin McBride. He is one of the two dozen cowboys in the world that has amassed over a million by winning the event.

Tickets

You can always head on over to the website for the Livingston Classic to get the tickets for the event at https://www.livingstonclassicpbr.com/ for next year’s event.

You can either obtain the tickets at the office on the fairgrounds or you can get them printed after purchasing them online. You can even get them at the Livingston Chamber of Commerce Office at the Spur Line or at Murdoch’s.

You can get everything from foods, beverages, and merchandise from the vendors who will be present on the venue throughout the event.

Livingston, Montana

The community in Livingston, Montana, lies right along the Yellowstone River. It’s just north of the famed Yellowstone National Park. This city radiates the most charming Western era aura with its downtown area, which looks straight out of the history books. The backdrop of the high mountains really cements the whole Old Western feel of the place even more. There are plenty of attractions in the area with the Livingston Depot Museum, the Yellowstone Gateway Museum, and the Fly Fishing Discovery Center.

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