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Rating: 4.4 out of 5 based on 710 reviews
  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Music Too Loud

    by CatG on 5/7/24American Bank Center Arena - Corpus Christi

    Bull riding was great! Music was way too loud. The announcers were having to yell to get heard. No need to damage every one’s ears.

  • Rating: 2 out of 5

    Not worth the price

    by LAUREN on 5/7/24American Bank Center Arena - Corpus Christi

    It wasn't worth the money. There wasn't any real show and between riding, we just had to listen to them talk. My family has been involved in bull riding for 30 years and I can say I would never pay $170 for two tickets for PBR again.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Totally Awesome

    by Battery Man on 5/6/24American Bank Center Arena - Corpus Christi

    Great family friendly entertainment! Prayer was cool. National Anthem singer was incredible!!!! Bulls did their thing. Bull riders killed it!!! Main bull fighter/clown was very fun and keep the show going. The fired up PBR at the beginning got the show started with class.

  • Rating: 3 out of 5

    Bullriding Fun to Watch, But Chaos Otherwise

    by SBJ & BLJ on 5/6/24American Bank Center Arena - Corpus Christi

    The bull riding was fun to watch. We'd give it a 5-star rating. The reason we gave a 3-star rating was the lack of organization of the Center's parking and directions. There were at least 3 parking lots with no designation signs as to what they were for, such as people with passes, the carnival, or the people with tickets for the bullriding. There wasn't even a sign for the bullriding vs. carnival entrance. We parked in the area that we thought was for the bullriding. We even asked the guy at the entrance. He had no idea. Then we had to walk halfway around the Center, which was painful for me, to the ticket entrance. I have fibromyalgia. Also, there were no directions in the advertisements as to what type of handbag or no pocket knives were allowed to get in. So my husband had to take our things all the way back to our car in the parking lot on the other side of the Center. He then moved the car that was next to the ticket entrance. While we were in line, several people were complaining about how confusing it was. Some people, after waiting in line and being searched, were met people asking for their tickets. They had none. So they had to repeat the whole procedure again. Why didn't they have tickets checked first and then the search or have them at the same time?

  • Rating: 1 out of 5

    Terrible view

    by Jake on 5/1/24Alerus Center - Grand Forks

    Bought second row seats by chutes, turns out there was a standing room/bar in front of chutes completely blocking our view. Brought my 2 boys to give them a good show and pay for better seats for a better experience and it was trash seats. Could have paid cheap seats to actually see the show. Whoever set that up was not thinking. The whole first row and most of second row in our section moved.

  • Rating: 2 out of 5


    by lindalue2005 on 5/1/24Alerus Center - Grand Forks

    Paid over $200 a ticket for elite seats. The arena setup was changed making our seats blocked and not elite feeling at all. Paid extra for the fully immersed experience but, didn't get to see the bulls (before or after), had a Q&A and the description when buying tickets changed the day of the event. The cashiers didn't know how to use the alerus cards we were given either.

  • Rating: 1 out of 5

    Really Disappointed

    by Triple B on 5/1/24Alerus Center - Grand Forks

    Way too loud, there's no reason to have music like that at a rodeo. No wonder the bulls were so angry. Definitely not a family event, with the amount of alcohol that was being consumed. We just wanted to see some good, old fashioned bull riding, not a drunken rock concert with the occasional sideshow of bulls. Left early, probably won't attend another PBR if they're all like that.

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Great time- Grand Forks

    by John G on 4/30/24Alerus Center - Grand Forks

    The cowboys and bulls were great and the program was also. The only thing I didn’t like was they changed the seating to add more seats. Preferred the old seating they had last year.

  • Rating: 1 out of 5

    The worst seats in the house.

    by Tankboi on 4/30/24Alerus Center - Grand Forks

    I paid for four gold elite seats because i didn't want anyone blocking mine or my kids view. The tickets were advertised as "The Best Seats In The House."Needless to say they were far from that. There was a row of tables where people were right up on the rail so all we got to see was the back of those peoples heads. Occasionally if the bull bucked high enough, we were able to see the back of its feet and the top of the riders helmet. I emailed PBR and sent pictures of all the action (the back sides of people on the rail) we were able to see. On the seating map nothing was shown to be in front of us. I was trying to show my kids a good time and in doing so I'm out $1450.

  • Rating: 3 out of 5

    family time

    by n9 on 4/30/24Alerus Center - Grand Forks

    Enjoyed the event however the sound at the stadium was awful, hard to understand what was being said. they also didn't have a working screen other than behind the chutes so missed seeing parts.