Tickets for RNCFR, including Randy Rogers Band and Rodney Atkins, go on sale Feb. 7
GUTHRIE, Okla. – When the stars align in central Oklahoma, spectacular things occur.
That will be the case during the Ram National Circuit Finals Rodeo, set for April 10-12 at the Lazy E Arena. It is the home of the sport’s biggest names – from world champions like Jake Barnes, Nick Sartain, Cody Wright, Bobby Mote, Cody Teel and Sherry Cervi – to the game’s rising stars.
Tickets for ProRodeo’s National Championship go on sale Friday, Feb. 7. Starting at just $20, tickets can be purchased by calling (800) 595-RIDE. Performances are scheduled for 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 10; 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 11; and 1 and 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 12.
With each ticket comes phenomenal action and amazing entertainment, including a couple of concerts that will be the perfect curtain call for one of the greatest Western events to hit the Oklahoma City metro area in some time. The Randy Rogers Band will perform at the conclusion of the Friday night performance, while Rodney Atkins will wrap the event Saturday night.
The five-member Randy Rogers Band has toured with the likes of Willie Nelson, the Eagles, Gary Allan and Dierks Bentley. The band presents a dynamic live act that fits a crowd ready for the overall excitement that is a rodeo and concert – especially one with as much prestige as the RNCFR. Atkins, whose song “Take A Back Road” has reached No. 1 on the charts, also brings a lot of electricity to the arena.
“We’ve got a great lineup with the Randy Rogers Band and Rodney Atkins, which is the perfect fit to the National Championship of ProRodeo,” said Robert Simpson, director of Express-Lazy E Sports Productions. “We are bringing it all together at the Lazy E, which was specifically built to host this kind of rodeo experience.”
In addition to the world champions, the RNCFR will host dozens of Wrangler National Finals Rodeo qualifiers, including 2013 average champions in Cervi, saddle bronc rider Jacobs Crawley and steer wrestler Bray Armes. It is a true showcase of rodeo’s elite, and it’s just what fans in central Oklahoma have come to expect.