Resorts World Transforms Into Rodeo World for National Finals Rodeo

Watch Riley Green perform at Rodeo World 2021

It could very well be one of Las Vegas’ last rodeos. Ironic, that it’s being held at the newest Vegas casino. Resorts World will transition to ‘Rodeo World.’ The transformation is temporary and will take place when the National Finals Rodeo Return December 2 -11. 

Not only will Vegas see a manure ton more cowboy hats, the city will get some boot stomping entertainment while at the newest luxury resort. Cowboys and cowgirls will need to break out the Advil after walking the 70,000 square foot event space. That is where the Bullfighters Only World Championship (BFO) is kicking up dust. 

The ladies and gents will get to break a sweat shopping. Yep, there are cowboy select horse sales and a roped off corner for more than 50 vendors, all of whom will be competing for your dollar. 

And, in a sentence rarely typed in a Vegas entertainment story, bullfighters and rodeo clowns will join the pre-party at the Wrangler Dawg House. 

But, this is Vegas and as such you can expect some entertainment. iHeartRadio Music nominated Riley Green will headline performances on December 3 -4 and again on December 10 -11. 

All the dirt on the event can be found at

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