Since 1985, the Thomas and Mack Center has played host to the National Finals Rodeo. Touted as a venue without a bad seat in the house, this Las Vegas arena features plenty of options to see the 2014 National Finals Rodeo. Peruse the following venue details as you prepare to attend this annual event.
Thomas and Mack Center Seating Information
For the National Finals Rodeo, the Thomas and Mack Center offers three basic seating levels. VIP Gold Buckle seating is located in the first five rows (FF-JJ) of sections 104-110 and 113-116. The venue notes that some of these seats may have obstructed views if close to the stalls. The plaza level encompasses the entire 100-level, while the balcony seating takes the entire 200-level.
Keep in mind the bucking chutes are located on the end of the stadium with sections 101 and 122, while the roping end is located in front of sections 111-112.
Thomas and Mack Center General Information
At the National Finals Rodeo, children three and younger will not need a ticket but must sit in an adult's lap.
Thomas and Mack Center Parking Information
Four parking lots named by color surround the Thomas and Mack Center: Red, Black, White, and Gray. Parking fees are separate from the cost of the ticket. Overnight parking and tailgating are prohibited on the venue lots.
Thomas and Mack Center Gate Times
Typically, Thomas and Mack Center gates open one hour prior to the start of the event.
Thomas and Mack Center Accessibility
The Thomas and Mack Center heeds all guidelines in place by the ADA. The venue provides assisted listening devices upon request, accessible parking spaces, drop-off areas, elevators, and ramps at each entrance. At the venue, guest relations information booths are set up on the main concourse level around sections 106 and 117, which is where assisted listening devices may be retrieved.
Accessible seating will be available at the National Finals Rodeo, but requests are subject to availability. To set up any specific arrangements, it is highly recommended to contact the Thomas and Mack Center's ADA services department.