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World Toughest Rodeo coming to i wireless Center


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World's Toughest Rodeo 2013 On Sale Now!

IT'S A LOT OF BULL...
WORLD'S TOUGHEST RODEO RETURNS TO
THE I WIRELESS CENTER

January 25th and 26th

Moline, IL - The nation's premiere rodeo rough stock series returns to the i wireless Center in Moline. The World's Toughest Rodeo kicks off its national tour on January 25, 2013 for two nights of FUN IN A RODEO PACKAGE.

This year's tour is a story about a lot of Bull. New for 2013 you'll see little wooly bully's... Yes it is Mutton Bustin'... the fan favorite sheep riding for the little buckaroos. And for those who like it on the edge... it's the all new, ultimate in extreme sports... Backwards Bull Riding. The finale event of the show will match up The Wild One, Brandon Lindsay, and Three Hills Rodeo's Devil's Dance as he hooks his legs around the horns of this crazy train, lays face down as he faces the bulls tail. This takes holding on for dear life to a whole new place as he attempts to ride this crazy train for 8 seconds... See it LIVE and ONLY at World's Toughest Rodeo.

The World's Toughest Rodeo features the World's Toughest Bulls and Broncs in four fan favorite events: Bull Riding, Saddle Bronc Riding, Bareback Riding and Women's Barrel Racing. Along with edge of your seat action, fans can expect world-class specialty acts making this an event guaranteed to entertain the entire family. Featured entertainers include 10 times Pro Rodeo act of the year, The One Armed Bandit and comedy by the best in the rodeo business... John Harrison.

The cement ends and the wild west begins each night as fans are invited to come down in the dirt on the arena floor for the Free PreShow. The Free PreShow is fun for all ages and a FANtastic way to begin an evening of action packed entertainment. Only at the World's Toughest Rodeo PreShow can fans meet the cowboys and entertainers, get autographs and photos, have free pony rides, sit on Midnight the bull in the bucking chutes, and even get up close and personal with the World's Toughest Rodeo animal superstars as our staff hosts a behind the chutes tour. It's cowboy tailgating right in the rodeo arena, more fun and FREE for all ages.

The World's Toughest Rodeo rides into Moline's i wireless Center, January 25 and 26. The Free Pre-Show begins each night at 6:00pm and the action starts at 7:30pm. Adult tickets are $18, $25, or $35, and all kids 12-and-under are half price! There's also a limited number of Gold Buckle Seats that includes a t-shirt and cowboy meet & greet. Tickets are available now online at www.ticketmaster.com or at the arena box office.

For more information about the World's Toughest Rodeo visit www.wtrodeo.com or contact Marla Morehead at thr@threehillsrodeo.com or call at 563-652-3326.



















 



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