PBR Pro Touring Division Coming to Evansville
As announced at the George Strait concert at the Ford Center on November 7th, professional bull riding is making its way to Evansville in 2022!
Who has what it takes to be the best? You'll have the opportunity to see firsthand, seasoned veterans and eager newcomers take on some of the most famous bucking bulls in the division when the PBR Pro Touring Division comes to Evansville's Ford Center.
What To Expect At PBR In Evansville
First off, you can expect a fun night for the whole family that will leave you on the edge of your seat. According to the press release, this is what you will witness when PBR takes over the Ford Center:
The night will heat up with a qualifying round of 35 ambitious riders, all looking to take home the title. After whittling away the competition, the Top 10 competitors will advance to the championship round, giving them a shot at the title and a $40,000 purse. The rider with the highest total two-ride score will be crowned champion.
PBR Pro Touring Division Ford Center Info
PBR Pro Touring Division will be taking over the Ford Center in Evansville, Indiana on May 28, 2022, at 7:00 pm CDT. Tickets go on sale to the general public Friday, November 12th at 10 a.m. Presale tickets start at $28 and can be purchased at www.EvansvillePBR.com or Ticketmaster. For an early bird special, use the code SHOE at checkout for $5 off through November 12, 2021. While this event is currently scheduled for one day only, the press release also says that an additional day could be added at the Ford Center with high demand.
This event is brought to you by Shoe Sensation and the planning committee of Rally Point Events, a nonprofit organization that supports local veteran organizations and events. Therefore, all the proceeds from the event will benefit Veterans in the Evansville area.
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