The NFR Access ONLY ticket will return in 2022, according to an announcement today by Las Vegas Events and Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. The Thomas & Mack Center will be accessible with the NFR Access ticket ONLY, however, there will be no seating. You can view the rodeo at licensed locations after you gain access to all NFR events, including the Cowboy Corral, Aces High-Saloon & Exhibit, the Bull & Barrel Saloon, and the ProRodeo Zone.
NFR Access ONLY tickets go on sale today at 12:00 PT for $70 (all fees included). Rodeo enthusiasts who purchase an NFR Access ONLY ticket will have access to a variety of entertainment alternatives. Click here for additional details on the NFR Access ONLY ticket and to buy it.
According to Pat Christenson, president of Las Vegas Events, “The Wrangler National Finals Rodeo has sold out more than 340 consecutive showings, so we wanted to provide another opportunity for rodeo fans to experience the spectacle and excitement of the event at the Thomas & Mack Center”. We encourage fans to consider this ticket option because there are many ways to enjoy the NFR Experience in person.
The Thomas & Mack Center offers many options to participate in the Wrangler NFR event. NFR Access ticket holders will ONLY be greeted by the ProRodeo Zone and StubHub Fan Zone, which will feature sponsor tents, live entertainment and official ProRodeo merchandise. and a Wrangler NFR cargo trailer, food and beverage options, televisions and tables for spectators to gather around.
All arena activations, including Aces High – Saloon & Exhibit and Cowboy Corral, will be available to rodeo fans as soon as they enter the structure. Aces High – Saloon & Exhibit, set to receive another update in 2022, will include a 2,500-square-foot glass-enclosed balcony and lounge with views of the Strip. Prior to each night’s performance, The Cowboy Channel will hold its Pre-Show at 5 p.m. An extensive exhibit covering the 36-year history of the NFR in Las Vegas will also be featured. The hall will have a large screen projection so it would be a great place to watch the rodeo live broadcast every night.
Fans can take advantage of the return of the Cowboy Corral, which takes over the nearby Cox Pavilion with live music, a huge bar, and plenty of space to sit back and relax or walk around, on the southeast side of the arena, directly across from Aces High. . Pre- and post-show performances by Will Jones (December 1-3), Dillon Carmichael (December 4-6) and Ben Gallaher are among the live entertainment options (December 7-10). Live music starts at 4:45 p.m. and the doors open at 4:30.
The Bull & Barrel Saloon, which has its own bar, food service, and the Hall of Champions with tributes to past NFR champions, is located directly outside the Cowboy Corral.
The top 15 competitors in bareback riding, steer wrestling, team roping, saddle bronco riding, roping, barrel racing and bull riding attend the Wrangler NFR, known as the richest and most prestigious rodeo in the world, to compete. for a share of the increased bag and the coveted PRCA gold buckle. The competition drew 169,539 spectators over the course of its ten days in 2021 at the Thomas & Mack Center and has sold out more than 340 consecutive Las Vegas shows.
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