I got this a a present to my husband. It was awesome and he loved it.
PBR: Unleash the Beast on Tour
PBR: Unleash the Beast is the biggest annual series in bull riding — the toughest eight seconds in sports, played out again and again from city to city, pitting the most rugged riders against the baddest bulls. Each two-day stop kicks off with pyrotechnics, but the explosions and flames are quickly outdone by the rides themselves — 35 matchups divided into three rounds of dirt-flinging, arm-flailing and fierce performances by all of the athletes in the arena, human and animal alike. In between, the world's most well-known rodeo clown, the beloved Flint Rasmussen, cuts through the tension with humor tailored to each city. Unleash the Beast brings 750 tons of dirt, 65 tons of steer and 25 tons of steel fencing to every venue on the tour. Each rider faces all of that weight as he competes to qualify for the PBR World Finals, where the winner will walk away with $1 million and the coveted gold belt buckle.
PBR: Unleash the Beast Background
The Professional Bull Riders organization was founded by 20 riders who each brought $1,000 to the table back in 1993. Their goal? To bring their sport to the mainstream, increasing public interest and also prize money for the athletes who risk their lives in the arena. They more than succeeded, boosting annual attendance from 310,000 in 1995 to over 3 million today, while securing major television coverage for their top competitions, while awarding more than $180 million to riders over the years. Though PBR: Unleash the Beast began as the Built Ford Tough Series in 2003, it's been the same gold-standard series throughout, with any rule changes along the way meant to make it a fairer and more thrilling contest. The PBR ranks both bulls and riders, ensuring the best of the best lock horns, so to speak, at every stop.
I really enjoyed watching the bull riders and bulls. It is so exciting! I have been a fan since 2008 and the first major bull riding invitational I attended was in Jacksonville, September 2008. I wasn't satisfied with the music. The DJ should play more country songs.
We attended both nights of this event and will absolutely go again. Great time, great crowd.
As someone who only knew the basics of bull riding, this was hands down one of the best experiences I’ve been to. The show PBR puts on is second to none and I can comfortably say that if they are anywhere within a 200 mile radius of me again, I will definitely be attending!
Excellent venue....lots of vendors, pricing not outrageous, very clean restrooms and seats very comfortable. PBR always great...loved watching the riders and the bulls were exceptional... The opening was great....
It’s always a great time and anyone’s guess who’ll ride all the way for the win.
It was a wonderful time. It keeps your attention the whole.
PBR Unleash the Beast in Tulsa was great!! Environment was user friendly, entry screening easy and I had to go through special screening because of my pacemaker. I had a great time and history was definitely being made by even some of the youngest riders like Clay Guiton.
I’ve enjoyed the pbr since I was 2 years old and I still love the pbr and I’m a major fan of the pbr and I can’t wait to see them again soon
There was six in my crew and we all had a great time. Dickies is such a beautiful venue and the staff are always kind and helpful. Getting in and out of the venue as well as the parking was easy!