The Canadian Finals Rodeo (CFR) is the final rodeo event of the year for the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association, and serves as the national rodeo championship for Canada each year. The CFR pits the top 10 leading money-winners in each event against each other, with each contestant bringing their money total from the year into the event, hoping a victory in the CFR would put them over the top for the national championship. For much of its history, the Canadians Finals Rodeo (CFR) was restricted to only Canadian born contestants. In 2006, this rule was changed to allow for international contestants, and brought forth the first international CFR champions. There are a number of events contested every year at the Canadian Finals Rodeo, including bareback riding, steer wrestling, team roping, saddle bronc riding, tie down roping, barrel racing, and bull riding. As with many rodeo events, the bull riding often is the most popular event, with the biggest stars, and largest crowds at the CFR. The purse at the Canadian Finals Rodeo (CFR) is often over $1 million, placing it among the richest purses in all of Canadian Rodeo.
The Canadian Finals Rodeo at Rexall Place Address: 7424 118 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5B 0X2, Canada
The Canadian Finals Rodeo (CFR) takes place at Rexall Place in Edmonton, Alberta, every year. Rexell Place is one of the premier sporting and event centers in all of Canada and was formerly known as the Northland Coliseum, Edmonton Coliseum, and Skyreach Centre. The Rexall Place is entirely indoors, protecting the rodeo contestants from the frigid temperatures typical to Alberta in November. For the Canadian Finals Rodeo (CFR) Rexall Place has a seating capacity of over 13,000, making it one of the highest attended rodeo events in all of Canada. CFR tickets at Rexall Place are some of the most sought after tickets on the Canadian rodeo circuit, and the event brings fans from around the world to see the top Canadian riders competing for the Canadian championship.
The Canadian Finals Rodeo Event Guide
Where can I find the 2016 CFR Schedule?
The Canadian Finals Rodeo takes place in November every year, and TicketCity has a full list of the 2016 Canadian Finals Rodeo Schedule as soon as it is announced by the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association.
Where can I buy 2016 CFR Tickets?
2016 Canadians Finals Rodeo tickets go on sale a few months before the start of the event, and TicketCity has a large inventory of 2016 CFR tickets, including tickets to see top events like bull ridings, bareback riding, and steer wrestling.
What events are contested at the 2016 Canadian Finals Rodeo?
The Canadian Finals Rodeo pits the top 10 money winners on the Canadian Rodeo Circuit against each other in a number of events, including bareback riding, steer wrestling, team roping, saddle bronc riding, tie down roping, barrel racing, and bull riding.
What is the payout at the Canadian Finals Rodeo?
The purse at the Canadian Finals Rodeo is one of the largest in all of Canadian rodeo, with the purse often reaching higher than $1 million. Top contestants from biggest rodeo categories draw crowds from around North America to Rexall Place to see the action.
What are CFR Six Pack tickets?
CFR Six Pack tickets include tickets for the same seats for each of the CFR events, giving fans the ability to lock in their favorite views, for all 5 days of CFR action.