The average ticket price for National Finals Rodeo has gradually increased over the last five years.
Average National Finals Rodeo ticket prices have increased on average 6.75% over the past five years.
If there are no available seats in the balcony, Mad Dash ticket holders are allowed to remain in the concourse, and watch the rodeo from the standing room only areas.
The NFR Express is a complimentary shuttle bus that runs before and after each rodeo performance.
NFR Gold Buckle Seats are located in the first five rows marked FF-JJ in sections 104-110, and 113-116.
The seats are so close to the action, you can practically touch the horses, bulls, and riders.
Each round pays the top 6 places from k to k, wining the average is the key to big money with the payout ranging from k to , plus the overall winner getting a fancy solid gold belt buckle.
The most recent round of renovations occurred in 2008 where a huge LED scoreboard was mounted in the center of the arena to ensure you don’t miss any of the action.
Cowboy Fanfest is also located in the convention center and offers over 100,000 square feet of interactive space, exhibits, championship livestock and autograph sessions. While NFR is the main event, some of the biggest entertainment during NFR happens after the Rodeo.
Several of country music’s top artists come to Las Vegas to perform during the weeks of NFR.
The NFR runs for 10 full days and there is also the Cowboy Christmas Show running the same time located at the Las Vegas Convention Center (Paradise Road & Desert Inn), just one block off the strip.
It’s the premiere shopping featuring jewelry, western wear, boots, art and furniture from over 400 merchants.