Minot - Minot Y’s Men’s PBR is back and looking a little different, as it is the final stop in the King of the North Showdown. The series started this year in early June and ends in Minot in September. The best bull riders from around the world will be competing for the “King of the North” title and a $100,000 bonus paycheck. The rider finishing in second place will walk away with a brand-new $25,000 Capri Camper.
Two days of bull riding fun and watching the crowning of the King. Tickets are available online now at https://minotpbr.com/ and day of the PBR on Friday, September 23rd and Saturday, September 24th starting at 7:30 p.m. at Minot Municipal Auditorium. The space will be converted into a dirt covered arena for the weekend, complete with panels, fences, gates, and chutes all waiting for the riders, bulls, and fans to fill over two nights.
“This bull riding event is not like your average rodeo, think of it as a rock show meets western entertainment,” says Adam of Libby Productions. Teaming up with Chad Berger, local 12-time stock contractor of the year. Berger has over 350 bucking bulls who travel to events from his ranch in Mandan. Libby is eager to work with Minot’s local service organization Y’s Men’s, who annually raises funds for Triangle Y Camp at near Garrison on Lake Sakakawea
Triangle Y Camp was established in 1964 by the Minot Family YMCA and gives young campers the opportunity to experience the great outdoors and build lasting friendships.
“This PBR brings a fun, exciting, and family-friendly event to Minot for all to enjoy. It also helps to raise funds for camperships, so the camp’s mission of ensuring every child has a chance to enjoy Triangle Y Camp continues each summer,” says Camp Director, Mallory Gray.