National Finals Rodeo News - 2014 NFR Rodeo Updates
8/14/14 – We’re in the midst of the dog days of summer, which means the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo can’t be far off! 2014 marks the 30th Anniversary of ProRodeo action in Las Vegas, so celebrate with National Finals Rodeo tickets today! Pay $72 to get into Thomas & Mack Center on Day 1 (Dec. 4), or shell out some more dough and pay $188 to get-in on the final day of action, December 13. The cheapest NFR ticket in Vegas is offered on Wednesday (Dec. 10) for a low $54 to get-in.
7/14/14 – There isn't a better time than now to buy your National Finals Rodeo tickets. We’re officially halfway through summer, which means this year’s 2014 NFR action is only six months away! There are seasoned veterans and young bucks looking to qualify for the Las Vegas showdown. Familiar steer handler Josh Peek is making his way up the PRCA standings at lucky No. 7, while Trevor Brazile is leading everyone in the All-Around. Another Decatur, Texas native joins the top ranked wrangler: Tuf Cooper in second place. Russell Cardoza from Oregon breaks up the Lone Star love coming in at No. 3, while Nick Guy moved into fourth place after receiving a “Cowboy Christmas” thanks to his 5.9-second run during slack at the Central Wyoming Rodeo over July 4th Weekend. Score your NFR tickets now and be in Thomas & Mack Center when the rodeo action gets underway this December!
11/6/13 - We're a month out from NFR and if you haven't bought your National Finals Rodeo tickets, jump on it. The average price of a ticket this year is 29% more than last. The good news is, there are many great acts performing in Las Vegas the week of NFR like Country greats Willie Nelson, Shania Twain, Merle Haggard, and Dierks Bentley. "When in Vegas" for the Rodeo, you have got to experience the top events in Sin City!
7/3/13 - Held annually at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, the Nationals Finals Rodeo is the Super Bowl of rodeo. The event spans ten days, and features the top bull riders in the sport competing for world championship titles in the final event of the PRCA season. From bull riding, to team roping, to steer wrestling, the Top-15 money winners from a multitude of different events face off throughout NFR. The 2013 NFR will take over Sin City from Thursday, December 5 to Saturday, December 14. At the conclusion of the final performance, the highest-earning cowboy who has competed in multiple events earns the title of “World All-Around Rodeo Champion”. In 2013, Texan Trevor Brazile aims to be the All-Around Cowboy for the eighth straight year.
The average price for 2013 NFR tickets is $213. The most expensive date is the final performance on 12/14, with an average National Finals Rodeo tickets price of $368. The least expensive performance is on Tuesday, 12/10, with an average NFR rodeo tickets price of $166. The five weekend rodeo performances are averaging $244, 36% higher than the five weekday performances at $180. Premium seats located in the Gold Buckle, the first five rows of the lower level, between the roping end and the bucking chutes, can sometimes cost over $1,500 per ticket. NFR tickets for the upper level balcony are much more affordable, typically starting below $75.