Where is the best place to sit for the NFR?
If you want to be close enough see and hear everything, and get some dirt on you, VIP Gold Buckle seating (located in the first five rows: FF-JJ) of sections 104-110 and 113-116 is for you. Please note that some of these seats may have obstructed views if close to the stalls. The bucking chutes are located on the end of the stadium under sections 101 and 122, perfect for bull riding and bronc busting. Sections 111-112 sit above the roping end giving perfect view of team roping and time-down roping.
What is the way to get to and from the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas during NFR?
The NFR Express is a complimentary shuttle bus that runs before and after each rodeo performance. Shuttle busses leave about every 15 minutes from each of the host hotels. The schedules vary slightly. You can ride the shuttles if you are not staying at the host hotels, but they will only stop at host hotels.
What are the 2013 NFR host hotels?
MGM Grand, Sam’s Town, Excalibur, Tropicana, Mandalay Bay, Planet Hollywood, Silver Sevens, Circus Circus, Aria, Monte Carlo, The Orleans, Golden Nugget, The Mirage, Treasure Island, Flamingo, Harrah’s, Golden Coast, The Palms, Silverton and South Point.
How can I get cheap National Finals Rodeo tickets?
TicketCity offers a large selection of National Finals Rodeo tickets which includes some of the lowest priced seats on the market. National Finals Rodeo ticket prices can fluctuate in the months leading up to the rodeo. TicketCity has been a source for National Finals Rodeo tickets for 20+ years. The National Finals Rodeo is the biggest rodeo in the country, so if you’re looking for cheap tickets you may want to act early.
Does my child need a ticket to get in?
Kids three and under do not require a ticket to enter the Thomas and Mack Center, they are required to sit on the lap of a ticketed adult.