Hear the roar of the crowd and feel the sure power of the bull at this year's National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas. The culmination of bull riding season, the NFR Finals are held annually at the Thomas & Mack Center on the campus of UNLV. Cheer on your favorite rider as they engage in the battle of man vs. beast - eight seconds at a time!
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Las Vegas to Host National Finals Rodeo 2013
Whether you call it the “Super Bowl of Rodeo” or the "The World Series of Rodeo," the National Finals Rodeo stands as the most prestigious championship rodeo event in America. This year, fans can experience 10 days of spectacular cowboy entertainment from Dec. 5-14 at its usual stomping grounds, UNLV’s Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nev. Over 170,000 rodeo fans attend this esteemed event each year, and as the final rodeo event of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association season, this is where champions are born. Vivid Seats has a great selection of National Finals Rodeo tickets in our marketplace, so buy yours today to experience this incredible event in person.
For the 2013 installment, the championship events will remain the same and will include bareback riding, steer wrestling, team roping, saddle bronc riding, tie-down roping, barrel racing, and bull riding. Cody Teel will be looking to defend his crown as the 2012 Bull Riding World Champion, while Tuf Cooper hopes to make it three consecutive Tie-Down Roping titles. And, of course, everyone is looking forward to seeing if Trevor Brazile can continue his record-setting run of seven-consecutive titles as “World All-Around Rodeo Champion Cowboy.” With 10 wins overall since 2002, only Ryan Jarrett (2005) has been able to take away Brazile’s crown in the last decade.