PRCA X-Treme Bulls is Coming To Queen Creek, Arizona!
Thanksgiving won’t just be turkey and mashed potatoes this year, get ready to add bull riding action to your plate for November 25-26th, with the Kick-Off Concert taking place on November 23rd. PRCA Queen Creek X-Treme Bulls Presented by Chapman Auto Group and the Navajo Nation will be held at 7:30 pm each night with gates opening at 5:00 pm at the Horseshoe Park and Equestrian Centre at 20464 E Riggs Rd, Queen Creek, Arizona 85142. All ages are welcome, come together and bring your friends and family for an extreme night of bull riding!
With sponsors like Chapman Ford and American Hat Company, you can’t go wrong with an X-Treme Bulls event like this one. You can count on watching some of the best bull riders on the PRCA circuit competing each night. With the bull riding events taking place on the 25th and 26th, you can come out on November 23 for the Official Kick-Off Concert featuring Nathan Dean, Josh Roy, and the Western Fusion Band.
- Concert – 5$ (Free Parking)
- Bull Riding – Parking 5$
- GA tickets 25$
- Reserved Seating 30$
- VIP Floor Access 35$
- Suites 700$ (Seats 14 in the arena)
Something new for this year we have “limited” VIP Parking that is inside of the park directly across from the Bull riding arena! There will be various vendors to grab a bite to eat and a cold one. Be sure to stay around after as there will be a live concert following each performance. If you’re traveling and looking for a place to stay for the night, Visit Mesa has all your hotel needs in one place. Be sure to check them out and book your hotel now.
Wednesday, November 23rd | Kick-Off Concert Sponsored by Heartstrings
- Music by Nathan Dean and the Damn Band, Josh Roy, and Western Fusion | 4:30 PM – 11 PM
- Giant Dance Floor, Bars, Food Trucks, Vendors, and Shopping – All Ages are welcome Inside the Main Covered Arena.
Friday, November 25th
- Gates open at 5 pm with Live Music, Dancing, Vendors, Food Trucks & Shopping
- Xtreme Bulls Performance 1 (First 40 riders) | Bulls Bucks at 7:30 pm
Saturday, November 26th
- Kids Mini West Festival | 12 pm – 5 pm | FREE | Includes Mutton Busting ($10 per Ride, Kids 4-7 First 125) Kids Games, Mechanical Bull Riding, Mechanical Roping Machines, Kids Stick Horse Races, 6 Gun Shootout, Corn Hole, Giant Beer Pong, Bars, Live Music, and Dance Floor, Shopping, Food Vendors, and plenty more.
- Gates open at 5 pm with Live Music, Dancing, Vendors, Food Trucks & Shopping.
- Xtreme Bulls Performance 2 (Last 40 riders) | Bulls Bucks at 7:30 pm
This event has come together with the hard work of two men who are passionate about the western industry and bull riding. They have put on this event through Invisionquest Events. Judd Mortensen has a history of riding bulls and has qualified for the PBR World Finals a couple of times. Judd has been producing events for about twenty years now. Bill Blanchard, is very involved with the western industry and has been doing event production for the last thirty years. These guys have made light of this event and have been very dedicated to making sure you all will have the best experience. Purchase your tickets today and get ready for a good time at the PRCA X-Treme Bulls Event on November 23, 25, and 26. Cowboy Lifestyle Network will see you there!
If you’re looking for something fun to do with the kids before the show on Saturday, make sure to come out to Horseshoe Park and Equestrian Centre early to catch the Kids West Fest. The Kids West Fest includes Mutton Busting, Shopping, Beverages, and plenty of Kids’ Games all leading up to the main event kicking off at 7 pm!
About Visit Mesa
Surrounded by the Sonoran Desert in Arizona, Mesa, Arizona features a vibrant outdoor playground for outdoor recreation. Mesa’s collection of resorts and hotels are so close to the desert landscape, guests can plan adventures in the Tonto National Forest and the Superstition Wilderness – a region full of wild west history and heritage that is still celebrated today. From hiking and biking to calm waters and majestic mountains, every outdoor pursuit can be experienced here in City Limitless®. Visitors to Mesa can take a journey on the legendary Apache Trail and see wild horses on the Salt River. The native herd lives along the riverbank and is often seen at sunrise and sunset, putting on a spectacular show for visitors of all ages. Kayaking and paddle boarding are popular activities for visitors as well. Do not miss stops on the award-winning Fresh Foodie Trail® and make sure you head to Downtown Mesa. Now home to ASU’s newest campus and the new Plaza at Mesa City Center across from Mesa Arts Center, the city’s cultural scene showcases a world of international arts and entertainment. Along Main Street, visitors can belly up to the bar and experience one of Arizona’s largest pub crawls with breweries and local restaurants lining the block. Discover more local experiences at www.VisitMesa.com.