Anyone who has ever taken part in the Wranglers National Finals Rodeo won’t want to miss this year’s edition. Although the organizers are facing the challenges of COVID-19, the event is still available to fans.
To ensure that fans can come to cheer their favorite event, the 2020 Wrangler NFR was relocated from Las Vegas to Arlington this coming December. This is the first non-baseball event to be held on the field since it opened.
As has been the tradition for the past few years, the National Finals Rodeo was held in Las Vegas. But fearing the current pandemic, it was relocated to Arlington, Texas.
Moving the final to Texas will mean millions for the local population and the economy in general. Although Major League Baseball’s curtailed schedule was on the field, there was little economic impact as the league itself had fewer fans.
The decision to postpone the event game following an agreement between Arlington, Fort Worth, and the governor’s office.
Jeff Williams, the Mayor of Arlington, said the pandemic had been a challenge for Arlington and a challenge for the tourism sector, its main revenue. He added that relocating the NFR to the city means a big boost for the business not just in Arlington, but for the entire Metroplex and the state.
Fort Worth will play the role of the rodeo fanatic. The fans coming to town for the finals will also appreciate the Stockyards, which have been a major tourist attraction in the area.
The 2020 Texas NFR isn’t the only event in the state. There was a large calendar of events that included PGA’s return to the Colonial and NASCAR O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 races last July, held at Texas Speedway.
Betsy Price, the mayor of Fort Worth, said that if they managed to host much larger events like the PGA, it would be possible to host the National Finals Rodeo, and the PGA showed how they made the finals safe and sound Way can align.
Neil Leibman, Chief Operating Officer of Texas Rangers, said it was an honor that PRCA planned to host the 2020 National Finals Rodeo on the Globe Life Field and is excited to bring this premier and fun event to Texas back.
Ticketing plans are already in the kitchen and it has been suggested to sell seats in groups of four and separate after each group. These are some of the security protocols to ensure the contagious COVID-19 does not spread.
Besides, tickets are only allowed to be sold on cell phones and fans are required to wear the mask and not carry a bag in the field.
In addition, handwashing stations as well as sanitizing booths have been positioned throughout the building.
When Fort Worth Mayor, Jeff Williams, and Betsy Price the Mayor of Arlington announced this Wednesday, he was joined by the rodeo executive who is the CEO of Texas Rangers.
As many complain about the new norm following the outbreak of coronavirus pandemic, which caused havoc in the world of professional sport, including the suspension of the PRCA competition. For some, like Cort Scheer, it turned out to be a blessing in disguise because it gave him time to recuperate.
After he got injured in his left knee while competing at the Powder River Rodeo and being diagnosed with a torn posterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. The veteran opted to relax his knee while exercising a little after much consultations from his doctor, who saw no need for surgery.
He went ahead to wear a knee brace for the following three months, and in the fourth month he began therapy getting laid-off the brace before he knew it, he was riding again. Therapy and horse riding turned out to be very helpful for his body in his recovery.
Scheer was quick to remember the ordeal he went through that fateful day by saying, “The horse kind of reared around the post there and kind of rubbed me off on the post, and I tore my knee up a little bit, and that injury was just a fluke deal. That’s an awesome horse who has been to the NFR a bunch of times. I dang sure would be excited to draw her again,”.
But he was grateful to put all that behind him when he went to compete at the Woodward (Okla.) on June 10 coming from injury and gained a 77-point ride. You could tell of the joy written all over his face for being back doing what he loves the most and passionate about by looking at him.
Evidently, “I feel great,” Scheer said. “I have been running around and I have been chomping at the bit the last month wanting to roll. I was skeptical to see how I would do, but it took me longer to wipe the mold off my chaps than it did to feel good about riding broncs again, so I was happy.”
Last year, in the PRCA | RAM World Standings, Scheer stood at number 19 with $72813. But after having more time in his hands, it got him re-thinking and strategizing, and we can’t wait to see how this year ends for Scheer. After promising to give his best in the NFR.
Following the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic, which had the PRCA competition suspended to curb the spread in March and resumed again in Mid-May with measurements laid down by the government to be followed in response to control the spread of coronavirus by staying at home, sanitize and keep the distance. Now all the ProRodeo athletes are gunning up to qualify for the National Finals Rodeo in December.
Cowboys and Cowgirls have a chance to improve themselves while competing for big money at the Cowboy Christmas. This week follows rodeos scheduled (June 29-July five at the World’s Oldest Rodeo in Prescott, Arizona, and July 1-4 at the Cody Stampede) by the PRCA to take place across the United States. And have themselves move up in the PRCA World Standings.
Last year and in 2017, saddle bronc rider Brody Cress from Hilldale won the NFR average title, at the moment he is second with almost $56000 in the World Standings. Behind the leading Cowboy of Pampa, Texas, Wyatt Casper with more than $124000.
At 16th place in the World Standings is Kaycee rider Cole Reiner with nearly $21000 despite rodeoing at Sheridan College and Caper College and trailing behind Paden Hurst of Huntsville, Texas who is at 15th place by less than $400.
In Las Vegas, 15 Cowboys and Cowgirls will qualify in Barrel racing for the NFR season-ending.
At the moment, the leaders in the World Standings are as follows:
Bull rider Sage Kimzey
Bareback bronc rider Tim O’Connell
Steer wrestler Matt Reeves
Tie-down roper Shad Mayfield
Team ropers Luke Brown and Joseph Harrison
Barrel racer Brittany Pozzi-Tonozzi.
Be sure not to miss on the action as we continue comprehending what seems to be the new norm by staying home, sanitizing, and keeping a distance.
Despite the earlier cancelation of the Rodeos in mid-march due to the COVID-19 pandemic and gladly resuming in May’s third week. The 27th Annual Southeastern Pro Rodeo is here to thrill the fans once again as the Pro riders give their all in the field to prove who is the best.
Surely, don’t miss out on the action which will go on for a two-day streak of electrifying performance on July 24 and 25. A Pro-circuit competition, this Rodeo is a showcase of the saddle and bareback bronc riding, tie-down roping, steer wrestling, barrel racing, team roping, and bull riding.
The 27th Annual Southeastern Pro Rodeo will be held on July 24-25 in Southeastern Livestock Pavilion, Ocala, Florida. Mark your calendar
Ensure that you spare yourself time to watch all the performance without missing out by turning on The Cowboy Channel for the action will begin at 7:30 p.m. ET
Where will be held
If you wonder where the event will be taking place, and you will love to attend the Rodeo. Then take note because the 27th Annual Southeastern Pro Rodeo will be held at Ocala Florida.
How to Watch Southeastern Pro Rodeo Live Stream 2020
It is a better way to enjoy the Rodeo at your home’s comfort amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Cowboy Lifestyle Network will make it happen by airing all the Southeastern Pro Rodeo 2020 live on the below channels;
The Cowboy Channel
There is no reason to miss out on the thrilling action, for it will be broadcasted on July 24-25 live in the television network. The Cowboy Channel will provide you with the action as it happens in the arena. And it is available on Cox-206, Dish Network-232, Direct TV-603. Check cowboychannelplus.com for details
The Cowboy Channel Plus App
For those with smartphones, and might not be at home, don’t worry because you will stream The Cowboy Channel programming live. It is available for only $9.99 a month and $89.99 a year, saving you 25%.
Watch Southeastern Pro Rodeo Online
With the current situation of COVID-19 pandemic, which has created a new norm across the world by working from home and keeping distance not to succumb to the virus. This year being different from the previous ones, you can still enjoy the Southeastern Pro Rodeo online at your comfort without missing out on the action. And record it thanks to the following live TVs namely;
It‘s now commonly referred to as AT&T NOW, and with about $35 per month, you can access 65 channels. And you can watch on previous rodeos while you wait for the 27th Southeastern Pro Rodeo. You will get the chance to watch live TV channels, including The Cowboy Channel.
For only $25 per month, you can select the TV channels to watch that will include the Southeastern Pro Rodeo’s live coverage, including The Cowboy Channel. Feel free to cancel the subscription soon after the Rodeo.
YouTube Tv spans over 50 channels and comes with recording, and you can watch the Southeastern Pro Rodeo and re-watch it later to analyze everything as it occurred. It’s available for about $50 per month.
VPN (Virtual Private Network) is a useful tool for people living outside the US who want to watch the Rodeo. It allows you to bypass any geo-restrictions on streaming sites and channels, making it possible to catch all the events of the Southeastern Pro Rodeo.
Here, we will look at the three best VPN options that are readily available to almost everybody globally.
Nord VPN– You can use one IP address to access about six devices simultaneously. It comes with a 30-days money-back guarantee for all its different pricing packages.
Express VPN – It spans over 160 countries and has a 30-days money-back guarantee.
IP Vanish – With $6.49 per month, you can use IP Vanish services to stream the boxing fight online.
Friday Southeastern Pro Rodeo
Friday, July 24, 2020, tickets will go for $7 online for 11 years-old kids while $10 at the gate but for the Veterans, Military, and first responders for $15.
Also, Friday night, kids’ special, six-year-old kids of 11 years-old accompanied by adults will pay $7 online purchase while $10 at the gate. The first 300 kids to enter the event will receive a Wrangler contestant back number.
Saturday Southeastern Pro Rodeo
Saturday, July 25, 2020, online purchase of tickets will be $18 while at the gate $20 and children under the age of five and below will enter for free. And people are encouraged to wear pink as a way to show solidarity to cancer awareness.
What do you make of the 27th Annual Southeastern Pro Rodeo on July 24-25, 2020? Who will reign this time? Sit back and make sure to watch the Rodeo as it’s just around the corner.
As we all have experienced the new norm since the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic, which has disrupted activities throughout the entire World, including professional sport. The 2020 Professional Rodeo Cowboys Associations season was not exceptional, and in mid-March, ProRodeos were suspended indefinitely.
After much considerations by the PRCA, the ProRodeos resumed in the third week of May. It created an opportunity for the Cowboys and Cowgirls to Rodeo again to follow new measures to curb the spread of the Coronavirus.
Many of them expressed optimism and joy back at rodeoing, especially for saddle bronc rider Kolby Wanchuk. He won the Coleman PRCA ProRodeo in Texas and at the Dakota Rodeo Richie High with an 89-point ride. And in New Town Rodeo days, he settled by splitting second.
He is eyeing for the Crossett Riding Club 72nd Annual PRCA Rodeo trophy as he is leading with an 82.5-point at Pete Carr Pro Rodeo’s Empty Pockets. But on June 27, we will know who wins as the Rodeo conclude.
The 23-year-old Cowboy from Sherwood Park, Alberta, is thrilled to be back rodeoing. He highlighted having much fun while drawing good. Especially after the PRCA suspended it, Wanchuk kept busy and visited a friend in Northern British Columbia in May for a couple of weeks. The friend’s family were outfitters, and in the morning, he and his friend would skin logs to build a fence and look after the horses in the mountains for the rest of the day.
Following the June 22 PRCA | RAM World Standings, he moved up to 17 positions with $19444. And 2020 is going to be an extraordinary year for Wanchuk because he intends to do a lot of Rodeos, including those he has never participated in.
This month turns to be a busy one for Wanchuk, with a tight schedule starting July 2, at the Black Hills Roundup in Belle Fourche, July 3 at the Cody Stampede, July 4 at Mandan Rodeo Days and July 5 at Bigfork, Mont.
Last year, Wanchuk finished 21 in the World Standing with $68036 missing out on the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo debut. He was quick to express his much gratitude to be back to full-time rodeoing. He said that his goal was to qualify for NFR and not worry about riding the horse and maintaining consistency in his performance. We all cannot deny the fact, he is talented, and years ahead will prove that.
It was an incredible weekend for the fans at the 72nd Annual PRCA Rodeo in Crossett, Arkansas. The competition saw Rookie Emily Taylor win and get the biggest weekend check for $2495, outrunning her seniors, considering it was her first year.
The thrill of the event left people shocked to see the Cowgirl of Emory, Texas, and her mare Czech as they stopped the clock in 17.67 seconds ahead of 17.96 seconds from Tiany Schuster, who has already qualified for Wrangler NFR.
Roding Diva, another mare she finished seventh with a stoppage-time of 15.35 seconds in Mesquite, Texas adding a total of $227. Taylor was excited by her performance and took it to her social Facebook, sounding blissful of her two mares and making new friends.
At the moment, Taylor is at 10th position in the WPRA Rookie Standings due to her astonishing performance over the weekend, despite the muddy conditions.
But she wasn’t the only one having an awesome weekend, because 4th place in the world Jill Wilson had a good time winning the Mesquite Championship Rodeo with a stoppage-time of 15.11 seconds which guaranteed her $968 and $1497 at the Crossett for being in the fourth place with a time of 18.20. The Cowgirl from Texas is after her first Wrangler NFR qualification.
17-time WPRA World Champion JJ Hampton run came to an end following the fast lightening breakaway roping by Brandy Gilbert with a stoppage-time of 1.9 seconds in Mesquite, which edged her with a 2.0-second run.
Over the weekend, other ProRodeo took place in Kadoka, S.D, where Rickie’s Sister, Taylor time of 2.4 seconds, was outrun by both Sawyer Gilbert and Rickie Engesser time of 2.0 seconds tying them to the win. For the Barrel racing in Kadoka, Callahan Tryan won with a 17.72-second run earning $1424, followed by Kelley Wheelhouse with 17.86 seconds and Wrangler NFR qualifier Jessica Routier settling for third place with 17.89 seconds.
Many contenders are preparing themselves for Cowboy Christmas, where they will be required to venture to rodeos unfamiliar to them—crisscrossing the United States for the 2020 edition with 14 rodeos on the schedule throughout Arkansas, Texas, Arizona, Kansas, Utah, Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, and South Dakota, making it one of the busiest weeks (June 29-July 6) of rodeos this year featuring WPRA Breakaway roping at six of those rodeos. Don’t be left out on the action.
A lot of names have been used to describe the renowned Cowboy from Decatur, Texas but the one that suits Trevor Brazile very well is “King of the Cowboys.”
Trevor Brazile has 25 titles in the PRCA World Championships tie-down roper, team roper and steers roper. He has dominated the 21st century the Rodeos by setting records in 2006 single-season earnings with more than $329000, breaking that record multiple times in 2010 winning $507920.
Brazile qualified in four events in NFR in 2003, making him the first Cowboy to do so. Not forgetting titles:
All-round in 2003-2004 and 2006-2015
Tie-down roping in 2007-2009 and 2010
Team roping in 2010
Steer roping in 2006-07, 2011, and 2013-15
In 2017, he won the all-round, steer-roping, and tie-down roping which enabled him to become the first 21st-century winner of the rodeo triple crown.
He is admired by the young Cowboy Jordan Lovins from Canada who happened to be the winner of the average title alongside Chase McGuire in the open division. They clinched the title in a 5-run time of 43.47 seconds.
Both of them pocketed $10300 and then while partnering with Sandstrom whom they settled for the second place with a run of 45.67 seconds, he earned $5600 gaining total earnings of $15900.
All of this took place at the Bob Feist Invitational near Oklahoma City, considering to be it was his first time being there and competing.
He was thrilled to win both first and second and went ahead to express his gratitude saying the wins were his most highlighted in his life.
But before the competition took place, earlier on Lovins, 17-years-old, hauled his steers at a friend’s home and his local fairgrounds in preparation for Wrangler BFI at the 3rd annual Hooey Junior BFI.
At the age of 5 is when he began honing his skills in team roping by competing and by 9, he started roping steers. Because his parents hauled them in competing with other kids of their age and made it easier by building an arena and there were horses, and along the years he came across people who turned out to help mold his young career.
Jordan Lovins also admires Joseph Harrison, the 3-time National Finals qualifier. Without a doubt, Lovins is the next generation of winners in PRCA and be sure to remember that name and stay safe during this time of COVID-19 pandemic.
Celebrations continue at the Cave Creek (Ariz.) Rodeo after the first Pro Rodeo competition since the COVID-19 pandemic began in mid-March.
Despite fans not being allowed to attend in person to watch and cheer for their teams at the stadium, they will be able to watch the action at the comfort of their home through The Cowboy Channel from 10:30 p.m. (ET).
Cave Creek might not be one of the biggest central-Arizona rodeos. It has maintained a history for recent years by attracting the biggest names in ProRodeo and seeing some in the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo qualifiers.
In 2016, Canadian cowboy Luke Creasy won nearly $500,000 in ProRodeo competition. That year, he won the RAM Turquoise Circuit Finals Rodeo, and this was after winning at Cave Creek with 84.3 points.
A 4.2-second run saw Dirk Tavenner clinch the win for steer wrestling in 2017. He needs to qualify for the NFR. Despite being number 12, he is the favorite to win this year. But that is yet to be seen.
Last year, with just a 4.4-second run, the California steer wrestler Luke Branquinho was declared the winner of 2019 at Cave Creek. After qualifying for NRF 14 times and winning the world championship five-times.
In 2019, we witnessed the crowning of team ropers Nick Sarchett and Tom Richards after a 4.7-second run.
Ryder Wright won Rookie of the year in 2016 and went ahead to win in 2018 at the Cave Creek. He is at the peak of his career, and a lot is expected of him.
Coburn Bradshaw, who happens to be the uncle to Ryder Wright, in 2019 won at Cave Creek’s with 83-point in saddle bronc riding on The Cervi Brothers Wyatt Earp. In ProRodeo competition, Bradshaw wins have surpassed $1 million.
In 2016, Westyn Hughes was an exciting year for the tie-down roper when he made his NFR debut and went ahead to win Rookie of the year. And number 20 in the World ranking that year, but at the moment he is at number 14 after his win at Fiesta de Los Vaqueros.
The Colorado Chris Glover won Cave Creek with 36.4 back in last year.
An 87-point ride was enough for the Bull rider Boudreaux Campbell to win at Cave Creek rodeo in 2017. He clinched rookie title following his win that year, and ever since, he hasn’t missed any NFR competition.
Expectations are high for this year at Cave Creek rodeo, as fans wait to see future Wrangler contenders unfold in the arena.
Tanner grew up in a ranching and rodeo family. His father, Tracy, was a steer wrestler, his mother, Yvonne, competed in barrel racing as well as his older sister Cat. However, after finishing 15th place, consecutively in a row has left him yearning for more and hungry to win.
Following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the rodeos were stopped in mid-March and restarted the third week of May.
He was quick to acknowledge that apart from being a big stage, one gets to learn something new every time you are there, and he hoped to surely use every bit of knowledge he has gained along the way when he gets in the arena.
Brunner has kept his word by moving his way up to number 8, gaining $26235 at the PRCA. On June 13, in Woodward (Okla.), he had to split the wins with Elks Rodeo and at Coleman. This saw him elevate five spots in PRCA standings.
Brunner could not hide his joy after that performance and felt proud of himself wishing he would attend the rodeos every single day when in a high spirit. Highlighting on some good steers and rode miss Kitty, 13, both at the Coleman and Woodward.
He had a 3.8-second run in Woodward and earned $3266 by tying with Trell Etbauer. 3.7 seconds was his stoppage on the clock in Coleman and made $1925 after splitting the victory with Gabe Soileau.
After the postponement of Rodeos due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Brunner kept busy with his family while working at a farm and his uncle’s cow-calf operation premises in Ramona, Kan.
“I practiced a little bit, took some time off, and let my horses take some time off. When things looked like they were going to get going back, I started practicing and getting my horses back in shape, but I enjoyed my time at home for sure.” Said Brunner.
Brunner is eying the World’s Oldest Rodeo, which is to take place on June 29 at Prescott, Ariz. After that, he will compete at the Independent Day Rodeo in Oakley (Utah) on June 30 and on July 1 at the Stampede, Cody (Wyo.).
Surely the fans will have something to smile about when Brunner does what he does best in the arena.
The Cowboy Channel is the broadcaster of NFR 2020. Rodeo fans can watch the NFR on The Cowboy Channel live and simulcast on RFD-TV. The ten-day event will transform the entire Arlington, Texas look and the neighborhood atmosphere. More so, it is expected that many fans will avail themselves to cheer their favorite cowboys.
Do you yearn for the excitement of National Finals Rodeo? For the very first time since 1985, the world’s premier rodeo will host its prestigious event in Texas. So, if you have to look for another exciting, then don’t miss the 2020 Wrangler NFR, which is making a return to Globe Life Field.
On the other hand, the world is waiting for this cowboy and cowgirl competition. This can be justified by several global TV channels that are looking for broadcasting rights.
Without forgetting, we understand that you are a fan and you are here searching for reliable information about the 2020 NFR, here we assure that you have arrived at the right place. Whether you are planning to come to Texas or follow everything at the comfort of your home, this piece of content is still valid.
The Cowboy Channel is going to broadcast the National Finals Rodeo 2020. However, this can imply that you are not part of the fans waiting to cheer their favorite sport. So, if you have to face such a challenge, watching TV can be a solution.
It can be a challenge to make all the required expenses for you to be physical in Texas for Wrangler NFR. Also, it can be a challenge because of your tight schedule or place of work.
The Cowboy Channel has accessed the rights to broadcast all the ten-round of Wrangler NFR across the USA. So, they will offer live coverage starting at 7.00 PM each day.
However, watching on The Cowboy Channel can still be a challenge particularly when you are outside the USA or when you don’t own a cable TV and you want to stream NFR online.
The below options can make a great supplement.
NFR TV Channel
Channel 603 (SD)
Channel 232 (SD)
Channel 246 (SD)
Channel 566 (SD)
What Channel is the NFR on DirecTV?
The Cowboy Channel is the main NFR broadcaster this year. The channel, which is now accessible to more than 94 million households across the USA, can be accessed through DIRECTV Channel 603 (SD).
So, if you want to watch your favorite tournament from DIRECTV, don’t tune to the older 613 channel. Importantly, this is an option to accessing The Cowboy Channel online.
What Channel is the NFR on Dish Network?
Do you want to watch NFR on dish network? While it can be the only available means that can allow you to watch your favorite, what you have to be aware of is that it must have NFR broadcasters.
On the Dish Network, the The Cowboy Channel is on Channel 232 (SD).
What Channel is the NFR on Cable TV?
There is no doubt that cable TV is one of the reliable ways that can guarantee uninterrupted coverage of NFR. Moreover, it is no laughing matter if you have decided that, your enjoyment of NFR is just on TV.
However, The Cowboy Channel remains the only broadcaster on cable TV. They can be accessed on Dish Channel 232.
What Channel is the NFR on Verizon FiOS
You can as well access The Cowboy Channel on Verizon FIOS. For those who don’t know about this cable TV, it is a bundled internet access TV, which functions via a Fibre optic connection. It is believed to have over 5M customers across the US.
If you want to NFR on The Cowboy Channel using their service, you can do so on Channel 246 (SD).
However, Verizon Fios just like any other cable TV service comes with a subscription fee. Depending on the package you choose, you will be required d to pay no less than $80 per month.
What channel is the NFR on IPTV?
An IPTV is an Internet Protocol TV that can also guarantee for your favorite content. They are known for the best and excellent qualities of images. If you have been looking for the best alternative to any cable TV, this can be the ideal option.
Though they offer their content through internet protocol, while watching NFR, you will not face any lagging or buffering problem.
NFR viewers can watch NFR 2020 on AT&T U-verse at Channel 566 (SD).
Bell Fibe TV (Canada)
While in Canada, you can as well enjoy the NFR if it is your favorite event. Though there are many options, through which you can access NFR in Canada including but not limited to online streaming, the Bell Fibe TV is considered the best option.
And you access the NFR streams on channel 417 and 1417.
Watch NFR on The Cowboy Channel
The Cowboy Channel is the official broadcaster of the National Finals Rodeo 2020.
NFR on RFD-TV
You can catch National Finals Rodeo on RFD-TV which is the sister site of The Cowboy Channel. All 10 nights of the Wrangler NFR will simulcast on RFD-TV.
NFR on The Cowboy Channel Plus
NFR 2020 can be streamed on the Cowboy Channel+ in HD quality. Cowboy Channel+ provides hundreds of exclusive live video content of PRCA rodeo performances. Users have to sign up with the Cowboy Channel+ and download the Cowboy Channel+ app for watching the Wrangler NFR 2020. Cowboy Channel+ is compatible with Apple, Android, Firestick and Roku devices. Users can stream content up to three devices at once.
NFR Radio Broadcast on Rural Radio
If you can’t stream or even watch on your TV, you can opt for listening on your radio. Wade Wheatley and Steve Kenyon on Rural Radio Sirius XM 80 will host the 2020 NFR.
They will be covering everything that will be happening on each night of ten days during the Texas NFR.
2020 NFR Start Date
This much-awaited ten-day event will officially start on 3rd December and end on 12th December 2020.
NFR 2020 Start Time
During the event, all the main performance will begin at 6:45 PM and will end not beyond 9:30 pm. This will be for the first time the time has been rescheduled.
However, other minor performances will begin sometime earlier. Get full TV Schedule here.
Where will be held NFR 2020
It is no doubt that the event, which is now a few days ahead, will be at Globe Life Field, Arlington, Texas.