ROUGH RIDE: Bullrider Kurt Shepard aboard Playtime during a recent round of the PBR series.
ROUGH RIDE: Bullrider Kurt Shepard aboard Playtime during a recent round of the PBR series. Allan Reinikka ROK281115apbr8

Get in quick and watch all the action in comfort

THE riders at the Daily Examiner/Rural Weekly Professional Bull Riding (PBR) extravaganza at Grafton Showground on May 7 know they will be in for a bumpy ride.

It will be a lot more comfortable for spectators, however, with great grandstand and ringside seating still available.

The grandstand will take up one side of the ring, offering an amazing view of what promises to be a night full of action.

And by going online to www.ruralweekly.com.au/ liveseries or calling into The Daily Examiner office at 55 Fitzroy St, Grafton, not only can you buy your tickets but you can choose the seats you want for the night.

In both the grandstand and ringside the seats are individually numbered and will be all yours for the night. Settled into your seat you will be able to enjoy the excitement as the best pro bullriders in Australia and New Zealand go to work on some of the toughest bulls on the circuit.

Premium ringside and grandstand tickets are $50 each for adults, $30 for children (3-16 years), and $130 for a family (two adults and two children).

General admission tickets are $35 (adults), $20 (children) and $90 (family). There are no concessions.

Be quick to make sure you don’t miss out on the best seats for the big night.



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