HOLD ON: The Professional Bull Riders will return to Bundy later this month.
HOLD ON: The Professional Bull Riders will return to Bundy later this month. Contributed

Professional Bull Riders return to Bundy

THE Professional Bull Riders (PBR) return to Bundaberg on Saturday, September 26, for the Gulf Western Oil PBR Super Bull.

The top 40 professional bull riders in the country will make their way to Bundaberg Recreational Precinct for what will be the first PBR event at the undercover venue.

PBR general manager Glen Young said it was a big decision to move the event from Salter Oval to the undercover Bundaberg Recreational Precinct venue.

"The PBR can now run rain, hail or shine," Mr Young said.

We have additional infrastructure being brought in including additional seating to ensure we can accommodate the large attendances the PBR has been attracting," he said.

The PBR action will kick off at 7pm.

Pre-sale tickets can be purchased online at http://www.pbrauastralia.com. au or from the Sugarland Tavern.

Tickets will also be available from the gate on the day.



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