Central Florida bull riding fans have the opportunity to experience the toughest sport on dirt when the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) 2014 Blue DEF Velocity Tour bucks into Orlando at the Amway Center on Saturday, July 12. Tickets Available Now!
During this one-day event, 35 of the best up-and-coming bull riders in the world face off with foes nearly 10 times their weight in sinewy brawn during the most thrilling 8 seconds in sports. Each rider challenges at least one of the rankest bulls on the planet. At the end of the competition, the rider with the highest combined score is crowned the champion.
Orlando is the 12th stop on the 2014 Blue DEF Velocity Tour. The tour kicked off in Reno, NV on January 18 and makes stops in Cleveland, Louisville, Minneapolis, San Diego, and Bakersfield, CA this year.
Select events are broadcast on PBR Live, a CBS Interactive digital broadcast platform. PBR Live is a partnership between the PBR and CBS Interactive, offering more than 100 digital broadcasts annually. The Blue DEF Velocity Tour broadcasts on PBR Live represents the first time that PBR fans are able to view a regular schedule of non-Built Ford Tough Series events, a long-standing request from PBR’s passionate fans.
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TICKETS: $15, $25, $35, $50 & $75. Buy tickets at amwaycenter.com, Chase Box Office at Amway Center, Ticketmaster retail locations, charge-by-phone at 800.745.3000 or at Ticketmaster.com. All dates, act(s) and ticket prices are subject to change without notice. All tickets are subject to applicable taxes, service, handling and facility fee charges. For Amway Center box office and ticket information, visit amwaycenter.com (phone purchases are not available through the Amway Center box office). The Amway Center is located at 400 West Church Street and the box office is located on the north side of the Amway Center, near the intersection of Church Street and Hughey Avenue.
ABOUT THE PROFESSIONAL BULL RIDERS, INC. (PBR)
The world’s premier bull riding organization, the PBR, celebrates 21 years this year. In just two decades, the dream of 20 bull riders has become a global sports phenomenon with PBR broadcasts reaching more than half a billion households in 50 nations and territories around the world, and more than 2.5 million fans attending live events each year. PBR has paid out more than $130 million in earnings to its athletes, and 27 riders have earned more than $1 million, including Justin Mcbride with $5.5 million ― the most of any western sports athlete in history. For more information on the PBR, visit pbr.com or follow us at facebook.com/pbr, twitter.com/pbr and youtube.com/pbr.