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Queen Creek PBR - Bucking Blue for Autism 2024

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Queen Creek PBR – Bucking Blue for Autism 2024

Get your boots ready, folks, because the PBR its way back to Queen Creek! Don’t miss the action at Horseshoe Park & Equestrian Center on April 19th and 20th, 2024! The Queen Creek PBR – Bucking Blue for Autism, presented by Shopper’s Supply, awaits you. Gates open at 5:30 pm each night, with the bulls bursting out of the chutes at 7:30 pm.

Friday & Saturday
April 19th & 20th, 2024

Horseshoe Park & Equestrian Center
20464 E Riggs Rd
Queen Creek, AZ 85142

Credit: Visit Mesa
Credit: Visit Mesa

SHOP at Shoppers Supply

With Shopper’s Supply being a proud sponsor, you’re in for an unforgettable PBR experience! Before the big event, be sure to swing by your favorite Shopper Supply location to pick up your outfit and any other items you might need!

BLUE to Support Autism

The theme throughout the event is BLUE to support autism, so get ready to see blue on the arena ticker, the chute gates, and fog with blue lights as the bull riders make their entrance.

Credit: Desert Dandy Photography
Credit: Desert Dandy Photography

One of the guys behind Queen Creek PBR – Bucking Blue for Autism, Judd Mortensen, has a ranch hand, Cody who has Autism. Cody is not only a hard-working son of a gun but also will hop on a bull and ride on occasion.

Credit: Cowboy Lifestyle Network
Credit: Cowboy Lifestyle Network

This marks the third annual year of this event, featuring a thrilling long round where all riders face off against tough bulls, followed by an intense short round showcasing the best contenders vying for the championship title. Get ready for non-stop PBR action as the top bull riders take on some of the rankest bucking bulls around!

Credit: Cowboy Lifestyle Network
Credit: Cowboy Lifestyle Network

Support Mesa’s Accessibility & Inclusion Programs

Mesa Regional Foundation for Accessibility, Diversity, and Inclusion (ADI) will be the vendor inside the arena for donations, information, beer purchases, etc. Spectrum IPA will be sold at all bars and concessions proceeds going back to Mesa Regional Foundation for ADI and Autism. Learn more about Spectrum IPA here.

Mesa Regional Foundation for ADI will also provide a sensory space on site (a trailer away from the crowd noise, lights, etc.) for those on the spectrum or traveling with those on the spectrum that may need to get away from the event as needed.

The Mesa Regional Foundation for ADI is a non-profit group that helps create a welcoming community in Mesa, Arizona. They focus on making Mesa a place where everyone feels like they belong. This includes people with all kinds of needs, such as those with autism or low vision.

Mesa Regional Foundation for ADI works with schools, businesses, and community members to create programs and provide resources that make Mesa more inclusive. Their efforts have even led to Mesa being named the first ever Autism Certified City in America!

Credit: Gabe Lopez
Credit: Gabe Lopez

Ticket Information 

Are you geared up to snag your tickets for the Queen Creek PBR? Get your tickets now and prepare for a heart-pounding event that’ll have you on the edge of your seat!

  • General Tickets: Start at $20 per adult and $12 per child.
  • Suites: $600  (All suite purchases include 10 seats).
Credit: Cowboy Lifestyle Network
Credit: Cowboy Lifestyle Network

Visit Mesa is a Proud Sponsor of Queen Creek PBR –  Bucking Blue for Autism

Surrounded by the Sonoran Desert in Arizona, Mesa features a vibrant outdoor playground for recreation. Mesa’s collection of resorts and hotels are so close to the desert landscape that guests can easily 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 in City Limitless®.

Credit: Visit Mesa

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 – home to the city’s cultural scene full of international arts and entertainment. Along Main Street, visitors can enjoy one of Arizona’s largest pub crawls with breweries and local restaurants lining the block. Discover more limitless experiences at

Visit Mesa

CLN Community & Event Sponsor

Anna Butler, a resident of the Grand Canyon State, is an avid equestrian. Outside of work, she immerses herself in the great outdoors, whether it's riding in rodeos with the Cowgirls Historical Foundation, exploring nature with friends and family, or engaging in her passions for event planning, reading, hiking, camping, and kayaking. Anna is grateful for the chance to spread her love for rodeo and western way of life with the audience of Cowboy Lifestyle Network.

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