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Chapman Automotive Queen Creek PBR 2023

Get ready to add some PBR bull riding action to your plate for April 28-29th, at Horseshoe Park and Equestrian Centre at 20464 E Riggs Rd, in Queen Creek, Arizona. The Chapman Automotive Queen Creek PBR is presented by Shopper’s Supply and gates will open at 5:30 pm each night. All ages are welcome, come together and bring your friends and family for an exciting night of bull riding!

With sponsors like Chapman Automotive Group and Shopper’s Supply, you can’t go wrong with a PBR event like this one! This will be the second annual year of this event and attendees can expect a long round with all riders going head to head with a rank bull, followed by a short round of the best of the best competing for the championship title. This event promises a ton of PBR action with the top bull riders taking on some of the rankest bucking bulls.

Ticket Information

  • Presale GA tickets: 25$ | General admission tickets will increase to $30 at the gate
  • Suites 600$ (Seats 12 in the arena) 
  • Presale Parking Pass: $15 | VIP Parking Passes will increase to $20 at the gate

 Purchase your tickets today and get ready for a good time at Chapman Automotive Queen Creek PBR on April 28-29.

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