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Are you ready for the 6th annual Big Sky PBR 2016? We definitely are! There's no doubt about it, this will be one of the biggest events of the year in Big Sky, Montana. The Big Sky PBR 2016 takes place on July 29 & 30 in Big Sky Town Center. Tickets are on sale right now at BigSkyPBR.com. Buy tickets ASAP before they are sold out.
The Big Sky PBR event was named Event of the Year for the past three years by the world's top bull riders. Now the Big Sky PBR is back as part of the Professional Bull Riders BlueDEF Velocity Tour. This is one of the top tours in all of professional bull riding and it's going to happen right here in Big Sky.
The entire week of the Big Sky PBR is going to be fun. Here's the lineup:
BigSkyPBR.com estimates that "More than 5,000 fans are expected to attend the two-day bull-riding tournament, which also features a vendor village, mutton bustin’, and a charitable culture to raise money for local causes." Add in entertainment from rodeo clown Flint Rasmussen and this is going to be an event to remember. In fact, this entire week is going to be a blast.
Be sure to book your tickets to the Big Sky PBR 2016 before this event is sold out. Tickets went on sale on June 1st and they're selling quickly! BigSkyPBR.com writes that Golden Buckle VIP tickets are $200 and General Admission tickets are $50. Kid tickets are only $10. Ticket prices are per day - not for the entire weekend. A 3% Big Sky Resort Tax will apply too.
If you've never been to a professional bull riding event, come to the Big Sky PBR. You won't regret it. Check out this highlight reel of last year's Big Sky PBR event from Outlaw Partners:
Now do you see why we are so excited for the Big Sky PBR 2016 event?!
If you're coming from out of town, Big Sky has lots of lodging options. Big Sky Resort is the event's official lodging sponsor so keep your eyes peeled for special lodging packages.
Lone Mountain | Photo: D. Lennon
We also highly recommend combining this exciting weekend with a few extra days in Big Sky. Come and play in our mountain paradise. Visit Big Sky Resort, go for a hike, try whitewater rafting, explore Yellowstone National Park, or just enjoy the fresh air. All of this and then you get to go watch professional bull riding. What could be better than that?