The Las Vegas Days Rodeo returns once again to the Plaza Hotel in downtown Las Vegas, Nov. 10-11. Here, the best-of-the-best will compete in Barrel Racing, Team Roping, Tie-Down Roping, Steer Wrestling, Saddle Bronc Riding, Bareback Riding, and, of course, Bull Riding – known as the most dangerous eight seconds in sports.
Las Vegas Days (formerly known as Helldorado Days) is an annual western-themed event celebrating Las Vegas’ wild west history. Featuring two days of rodeo at the Plaza’s CORE Arena, the family-friendly event is FREE, but be sure to RSVP here.
Las Vegas Days Rodeo guests can cheer on their favorite human and animal athletes, alike, while experiencing a classic outdoor rodeo. As the only permanent outdoor equestrian center in downtown Las Vegas, CORE Arena offers a setting that is so up-close and personal that a bucking horse may just cover you in dust – an exhilarating feeling for any rodeo-goer and a great Instagram moment, too!
Because the Las Vegas Days Rodeo is a PRCA-sanctioned event, rodeo-goers are likely to see some of their favorite cowboys and cowgirls riding again in December when the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo comes to Las Vegas for its annual 10-day extravaganza at the Thomas and Mack Center.
So put on your best pressed Wranglers, boots, and hat, and head out for some rip-roaring rodeo action in downtown Las Vegas.
Downtown Las Vegas is hot (and we don’t mean the weather). The Arts District – home to intriguing art galleries and the monthly First Friday food and music festivals – is also the must-go place for the city’s newest restaurants and breweries. Be sure to stop by after the rodeo. Who knows, you might run into some of your favorite cowboys.
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