PBR Bull Riding event at the Seafront Oval, Hervey Bay. Dave Kennedy on Nek Minut. Photo: Alistair Brightman / Fraser Coast Chronicle
PBR Bull Riding event at the Seafront Oval, Hervey Bay. Dave Kennedy on Nek Minut. Photo: Alistair Brightman / Fraser Coast Chronicle Alistair Brightman

Bucking good night ahead

THE Seafront Oval will be the place to go this Saturday night when the Pro Bull Riding live series comes to Hervey Bay.

Gates open at 5pm and from 7pm a great line-up of PBR cowboys match up against a rank pen of bucking bulls in a bid to claim victory and take a slice of the more-than $10,000 in prize money on offer.

PBR general manager Glen Young said this year's show was not to be missed.

"It's edge-of-our seat action from the start of the show right through to the last bull of the night," Mr Young said. Singer James Johnston, who has been absolutely wowing the crowds, will be rocking it up straight after the bull-riding action. James will perform a great selection of songs to keep everyone entertained until late.

Spectators will once again get "behind the scene shots", with three cameramen on hand to relay all the action to the big screen.

But it's not all serious action, with crowd favourite the 'Kiss Cam' sure to lighten things up a little.

How to buy tickets

Tickets can be pre-purchased online at http://www.ruralweekly.com

.au/ liveseries/

Or call into your closest Fraser Coast Chronicle office or Oceans Resort and Spa.



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