What is Bulls After Dark?

  • A NEW place for hot music, cold drinks and adrenaline-fueled entertainment all under one roof
  • Includes:
  • Bull Riding
  • An intense eight seconds of man vs bull, where the rider’s skill, strength and agility is put to the test on the back of a powerful animal. As the bull bucks and spins, a minor miscalculation, a break in concentration or a slip of the hand could result in the cowboy being tossed to the dirt.
  • Bull Freestyle
  • Prepare yourself for 60 seconds of pure adrenaline as you witness this daring dance in the dirt. In this popular extreme sport, the cowboy’s goal is to pull off risky flips, jumps and outrageous stunts all while dodging the bull’s powerful charge.
  • Live Music
  • Alberta band The Prairie States and DJ Joanna Magik
  • Ending the night off with Dancing on the Dirt
  • This program is designed for 18+
  • Ticketed Event

 

Where is the event held?

  • In the Nutrien Western Event Centre


Dates and Schedule

  • Doors open at 9:15 p.m.
  • Party starts at 10:00 p.m. on both Friday, July 12 and Saturday, July 13.
  • DJ plays from 11:15 p.m. to 11:45 p.m.



Guest Information


Do I need a Ticket?

  • Yes.  Tickets can be purchased online, over the phone or on park (Grandstand Ticket Office)
  • Ticketmaster website
  • 1.800.661.1767 (N.A)
  • 1.888.883.3828 (Int’l)


What are the Cost and locations of Tickets?

  • $80.00 reserved seats - include general CS Park admission SOLD OUT
  • Section  24 above the chutes
  • Section  25 beside the chutes
  • $40.00 General Admission - remaining seats, first-come, first-served.  - include general CS Park admission
  • $40.00 Wheelchair seats along the top of the seating bowl - include general CS Park admission
  • $25.00  Walk up tickets, depending on availability

 

Will there be a lineup? 

  • Possibly. As all seats are first come-first served, depending on the popularity of the event, there might be a line-up.

 

What time do I need to arrive?

  • We recommend arriving 15 minutes before the start of the event.

 

Where is the closest accessible parking?

  • Lot 20 is an accessible parking lot (north of the Scotiabank Saddledome)
  • Lot 10 is another accessible parking lot location ( BMO center, near halls

 

Where is the closest accessible parking?

  • Lot 20 is an accessible parking lot (north of the Scotiabank Saddledome)
  • Lot 10 is another accessible parking lot location ( BMO center, near halls

 

Can I bring my service animal?

  • Yes. Providing your service animal has the appropriate registration. Please see our service animal guidelines here.

 

Can I bring my camera?

  • Yes. Cameras for personal use are permitted.