Whether you want to hop on a bull and head to the center of the ring or just watch the professionals do it, you’ll want to grab your hat and head to the Turquoise Circuit Finals Rodeo Finals this October. The Turquoise Circuit Finals Rodeo Finals will take place October 5-7, 2017. Tickets are available now for this Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) event. Once you see the excitement for yourself, you’ll want to come back again.
You can purchase tickets directly from the box office in Prescott Valley, AZ. The box office is open Monday through Friday from 10 am to 5 pm. The box office will open at noon on Saturday and Sunday during the finals to sell tickets, but the box office closes just one hour after the finals start. If you don’t have time to stop by yourself or plan on coming to the city for the finals, you can also purchase tickets online from Ticketmaster.
The top riders and performers from each event have the chance to compete for up to $1 million in the finals in Florida. They also have the chance to compete for a spot in the Wrangler National Finals. Scheduled events include team roping, bull riding, bronco riding, bare back riding and barrel racing. Some of your favorite teams and riders will be on hand for the Turquoise Circuit Finals Rodeo Finals, including Kyle Charley, Brent Lewis and John Killian.
How the Finals Work
The PRCA started as a way to help riders living in districts or circuits across the country participate in rodeos. Citing the lack of opportunities for weekend riders to compete, the association created a series of rodeos that allowed both male and female riders to compete in local events. Those who scored the highest and won their rounds had the chance to go onto the finals. Hundreds of people compete each year, but only the top two from each circuit will head to Prescott Valley.
When heading to this PRCA event, make sure that you check out the Cowboy Lifestyle Network, Ak-Chin Indian Community, Earnhardt Auto Centers and Papa John’s Road Team, which will be on hand to document all the scheduled events. You’ll find fun things to do in the area before and after the rodeo finals, including gambling at the Yavapi Casino and spending some time outdoors at the Prescott Valley Recreation Area.