BULLFEST 2021

Thursday, December 2 – Saturday, December 4
6:30 PM Doors  /  7:00 PM Event Starts
Thursday, December 9 – Saturday, December 11
6:30 PM Doors  /  7:00 PM Event Starts

This December, Fort Worth, Texas, and the iconic Cowtown Coliseum will host yet another enthralling Western sports event, holding the six-day, two-weekend 2021 UBF (Ultimate Bullfighting) World Finals Dec. 2-11, when the 2021 UBF World Champion will be crowned and $100,000 will be awarded to 24 of the world’s best freestyle bullfighters. The high-adrenaline action will take over Fort Worth on Dec. 2-4 and Dec. 9-11.

In freestyle bullfighting, a bullfighter competes for 60 seconds against a fighting bull predominantly of Spanish descent in an effort to score points for maneuvers performed during the one-minute competition. Unlike traditional bullfighting, the animals are not harmed. Bullfighters are judged solely on their ability to perform gravity-defying acrobatic stunts as close to the bull as possible without getting hit.

Throughout the six days of action for the 2021 UBF World Finals, produced in partnership with the PBR (Professional Bull Riders) 24 of the world’s top freestyle bullfighters will compete through a tiered, progressive elimination format until the 2021 UBF World Champion is crowned on Sunday, Dec. 11 earning the accompanying $25,000 bonus.

The 2021 UBF World Finals will be held Dec. 2-4 and 9-11, with action commencing nightly at 7:00 p.m. CST. Before each performance, fans will also be treated to a pre-show hosted by the podcast team behind Cowboy Sh*t, Ted Stovin and Wacey Anderson.

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December 15 - 18, 2021

WCRA Cowtown Christmas Championship Rodeo - Fort Worth Stockyards

WCRA (World Champions Rodeo Alliance) will bring world-class rodeo back to Texas with the four-day Cowtown Christmas Championship Rodeo in Fort Worth at the legendary Cowtown Coliseum Dec. 15-18.

The landmark event will begin on Wednesday, Dec. 15, showcasing more than 200 athletes competing in each of the nine rodeo disciplines: bareback riding, women’s breakaway roping, saddle bronc riding, steer wrestling, team roping heading, team roping heeling, tie-down roping, barrel racing, and bull riding. A collective $360,000 will be on the line, and each champion will be awarded a check for $12,500.

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