Helldorado Days with the PBR and a Rodeo in Las Vegas


A Las vegas tradition gets a remake in 2016.  The Helldorado Days Celebration, an event that can trace its roots back to the founding of the city of Las Vegas, will see its future as the Professional Bull Riders take over the traditional rodeo and add their marque spring break event; The Last Cowboy Standing, to it all.  May 13-16, 2016!

Las Vegas Helldorado Days presented by Monster Energy will include a wide variety of activities for guests of all ages, with Tailgate Entertainment’s PBR Last Cowboy Standing as its centerpiece. The festival grounds will feature five key areas:

Helldorado Days Arena   This central area will host both the Tailgate Entertainment’s PBR Last Cowboy Standing – one of the sport’s four Majors this season – and Helldorado Days Rodeo. Specialty acts including world-champion trick ropers will perform for free in the arena prior to each performance. Fans will also see Bullfighters Only, an exciting new addition to PBR competition pitting a professional bullfighter against a Mexican fighting bull.

Western World  This fully interactive space will include the Cooper Tires Saloon, live musical entertainment, World Champion Trick Roper Rider Kiesner, Native American Dancers and the Shenanigans Western Gun Fighting Show

Viva Las Vegas  Portraying Las Vegas the way it used to be, this area includes the Tito’s Tavern with dueling pianos, a replica Welcome to Las Vegas Sign, Las Vegas Showgirls and a wide variety of classic neon signs from the famous strip.

Carnival  Dedicated to games and multiple carnival rides for both children and adults

Food Court Fans will have a wide variety of food options and large seating area.

Additionally, all of the ancillary events that occur during the Helldorado Days event week will return, including a downtown parade, the carnival, art show & auction, golf tournament, whiskerino contest.

Helldorado Days has been a Las Vegas staple since its creation in 1934 to provide entertainment to the nearly 20,000 workers building the Hoover Dam. This festival has touched the lives of many Las Vegas residents, young and old, while also attracting visitors from around the United States who have enjoyed this iconic experience.

“PBR has deep roots in Las Vegas, which for the past 23 years has been the only host of the Built Ford Tough World Finals,” Gleason said. “This city is a true partner, and we’re investing in the revitalization of an iconic family-oriented community event that deserves to flourish.”

Tickets are on sale now, starting at $10 for Helldorado Days Festival ground admission (kids 12 and under are free into the festival grounds); $15 to $125 for Helldorado Days Rodeo tickets, including festival admission and $25 to $250 for PBR Last Cowboy Standing tickets, including festival admission.