Las Vegas (KSNV) — Vegas custom, Cowboy Christmas, will open its entryways early this year in front of the 2021 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.
The Cowboy Channel Cowboy Christmas, the authority present demonstration of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, will currently open on Wednesday, December 1, with celebrations including a tree lighting function and extra live diversion for participants.
The show will proceed from December 2 through the eleventh at the Las Vegas Convention Center South Halls, from 9 AM to 4 PM every day.
Cowpoke Christmas with very nearly 350 exhibitors from around the United States and across the world and intuitive encounters decend on the Las Vegas Convention Center during NFR Finals week in Las Vegas. Thursday, December 7, 2017. CREDIT: Glenn Pinkerton/Las Vegas News Bureau.
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The Cowboy Channel Cowboy Christmas includes in excess of 500,000 square feet of show floor and in excess of 350 exhibitors from across the United States.
Since its presentation in 1986, the show has been the point of convergence for rodeo fans during the, prior day they head off to true Wrangler NFR occasions across town.
Components anticipated for this present year incorporate Ariat Rodeo Live Stage, Ranch Water Rodeo Saloon, Wrangler Rodeo Arena, NFR Central introduced by Resorts World Las Vegas, Bites and Brews introduced by Total Feeds and NFR After Dark introduced by Community Coffee.
December 1 debut schedule incorporates:
- 5 PM – Tree Lighting Ceremony at the West Entrance;
- 5:30 PM – Shane Minor plays a set at the Ariat Rodeo Live Stage;
- 6 PM – Rockin’ Rodeo Runway presented by Boot Barn fashion show at Booth 1831;
- 6:30 PM – Drake Milligan plays a set at the Ariat Rodeo Live Stage;
- 7 PM – Bullfighters Only International Wild Card Qualifier inside the Wrangler Rodeo Arena;
- 7:30 PM – Easton Corbin plays a set at the Ariat Rodeo Live Stage.
Cattle rustler Christmas includes in excess of 500,000 square feet of show floor and in excess of 350 exhibitors from across the United States.
Customers can appreciate special items, including uniquely designed adornments, western wear, boots and spikes, furniture, unique craftsmanship, handcrafted artworks, and home products, with true Wrangler stock additionally accessible.
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