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A person in a helmet riding a bull inside a pen with fans and onlookers watching.

Want to make an action-filled weekend of it? Onsite lodging is available, too.

Photo provided by Tryon International Equestrian Center

Get ready for high-energy fun as PBR® Tryon returns to Tryon International in Mill Spring, NC Friday, June 21-Saturday, June 22.

The action-packed Professional Bull Riders event includes a star-studded showdown between some of the world’s best bull riders — plus live music, pyrotechnics, kids activities, and a free car show Friday afternoon.

Tickets start at $30 and include both single-day + weekend packages, plus several VIP options. But be forewarned — tickets are expected to sell out.

Snag tix before they’re gone

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