Friday, December 16, 2016

2018 NFR National Finals Rodeo Date - Las Vegas, Thomas and Mack Center

The 2018 NFR Rodeo Finals: Dec 6th -Dec 15th, 2018 @  www.nfr-rodeo.com and 1-888-NFR-RODEO ( 1-888-637-7633 ) has tickets in all levels of the arena. Tickets go on sale over the phone on Tuesday December 12th, 2017 and on Saturday Dec. 16th at our website: www.nfr-rodeo.com
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Thursday, April 7, 2016

2017 PBR World Finals has a new home: The T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas (Date - Tickets)

National Finals Rodeo 2017 NFR Tickets are available at :
www.nfr-rodeo.com or by calling: 1-888-637-7633 
(1-888-NFR-RODEO).
The 2017  Professional Bull Riders (PBR) World Finals has moved to the T-Mobile Arena behind NYNY Hotel in Las Vegas. The PBR finals was previously held at the Thomas and Mack center, and after decades they have felt this is a great move to a state of the art modern venue. 
Tickets for the finals are available by calling 1-800-739-0339 or going to: PBRTickets.com







Friday, September 25, 2015

2017 NFR National Finals Rodeo (date) - Las Vegas - Thomas and Mack Center - Tickets

The 20167 NFR will be held in las Vegas and stay there for 8 more years...ticketing for the 2017 NFR  (December 7th to the 16th) will be available at this link starting Dec. 7th, 2016: http://www.nfr-rodeo.com, You can also contact us at 1-888-NFR-RODEO (1-888-637-7633). 2017 NFR will go on sale on December 7th on the phones and on the website on Dec. 11th, 2016

Notes regarding NFR and the future in Las Vegas (Previous article from January 10,2014):
For 2 years now there has been talk of Jerry Jones (NFL Cowboys Owner) trying to pull the NFR Rodeo out of Vegas and move it to his 1.2 billion dollar stadium. Actually the NFR started in Dallas in 1959 and was there for 3 years. However this is a huge stadium. Will NFR fans be willing to attend the event sitting 50 yards away from the action?  Can vegas afford to let the NFR go. The event pulls in millions of dollars of gambling/food/hotel revenue for Vegas. The Pro Rodeo says the NFR is here to stay and they do not see it going outside of Vegas ever. But all options are still on the table.  Vegas has created many spinoff events surrounding the NFR and fans love to see Vegas and gamble during their downtime each day.  The downside of Vegas is Thomas and Mack, it is showing its age and has a capacity of only 17,000 for each day of the NFR. The demand for tickets/seats by far exceeds the seating capacity in the venue. People do however have access to tickets on the secondary market and are able to get into the event, but do pay a premium above the face value. This has been the case for over 20 years with the NFR in Vegas. We will soon see what happens. Two more years are guaranteed and let see if Vegas, Thomas and Mack, the PRCA and Las Vegas Events can strike up another 2 decade deal.
(Disclaimer: We are not the PRCA).

Friday, March 8, 2013

Wrangler National FInals Rodeo 2017- 2018, Las Vegas - Date provided by 1-888-NFR-RODEO

The 2017 NFR will be held in Vegas and stay there for 8 more years...ticketing for the 2017 NFR  (December 7th-16th) will be available at this LINK: NFR-Rodeo.com or 1-888-NFR-RODEO (1-888-637-7633).  Tickets will go on sale on Tuesday, December 6th, 2016 over the phone for the 2017 dates or online on Dec. 11th, 2016.
Previous article from January 10,2014:
For 2 years now there has been talk of Jerry Jones (NFL Cowboys Owner) trying to pull the NFR Rodeo out of Vegas and move it to his 1.2 billion dollar stadium. Actually the NFR started in Dallas in 1959 and was there for 3 years. However this is a huge stadium. Will NFR fans be willing to attend the event sitting 50 yards away from the action?  Can vegas afford to let the NFR go. The event pulls in millions of dollars of gambling/food/hotel revenue for Vegas. The Pro Rodeo says the NFR is here to stay and they do not see it going outside of Vegas ever. But all options are still on the table.  Vegas has created many spinoff events surrounding the NFR and fans love to see Vegas and gamble during their downtime each day.  The downside of Vegas is Thomas and Mack, it is showing its age and has a capacity of only 17,000 for each day of the NFR. The demand for tickets/seats by far exceeds the seating capacity in the venue. People do however have access to tickets on the secondary market and are able to get into the event, but do pay a premium above the face value. This has been the case for over 20 years with the NFR in Vegas. We will soon see what happens. Two more years are guaranteed and let see if Vegas, Thomas and Mack, the PRCA and Las Vegas Events can strike up another 2 decade deal.
*We are not the PRCA