Hurry! Reserved seating selling fast for Pro Bull Riding

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    TICKETS are selling fast for the Rural Weekly PBR Live Series Championship decider at Grafton Showground this Saturday night.

Ringside seats are sold out, but there are still a few reserved grandstand seats available.

"The rate of sales for reserved seating has picked up in the last 48 hours," The Daily Examiner general manager Kelly Price said.

"Each seat in the reserved area is numbered so you are guaranteed your seat. Spectators will be able to get up and go get a drink or food then come right back to their own seat.

"The weather outlook is looking favourable for the event so we're really looking forward to a successful night."  

Luke Nichols riding Rap Dancer at the PBR Bullriding Rural Weekly Live Series held at the Grafton Showgrounds. Photo:Bruce Thomas / Daily Examiner March 28, 2015
Luke Nichols riding Rap Dancer at the PBR Bullriding Rural Weekly Live Series held at the Grafton Showgrounds. Photo:Bruce Thomas / Daily Examiner March 28, 2015 Bruce Thomas / Daily Examiner

  Live entertainment will be provided from pub rock covers band Occa Rock until midnight.

The temporary grandstands will provide more seats and better viewing than last year's inaugural event. Grandstand building commences 7am this Thursday.  

An added bonus for fans this year is the Grafton PBR is the final round of the 2016 Rural Weekly PBR Live Series Championship and the overall series winner will be presented on the night.

Tickets can be purchased from The Daily Examiner in Grafton, Coffs Coast Advocate in Coffs Harbour, Northern Star in Lismore and Tweed Daily News at Tweed Heads, or by going online to www.ruralweekly.com.au/liveseries.  



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