Are you a fan of Rodeo’s legendary event, which usually takes place annually? Are you preparing for this year’s edition? If so then there is one thing that you need to be aware of. The 2020 Wrangler NFR has been relocated to Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas. The step is to provide a great experience for fans like you who don’t want to miss their favorite rodeo event.
It will for the first time a non-baseball event has been held there. Organizers have confirmed that this year’s edition has been rescheduled to ensure that the health and safety procedures are followed amid the highly contagious virus that has killed over 1.3 million people worldwide.
The event will take place from December 3rd to December 12th. So if you don’t want to miss this year’s event, plan for tickets and time. Although you can see what’s going to happen at ProRodeo.com, it is recommended that you arrange and physically attend the stadium to get this first-hand experience.
George Taylor, the executive director of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA), said in his statement that they are excited to move Rodeo’s legendary event to this amazing stadium. He added that they will commit to bringing their fans a spectacular event and that they are thrilled that it will be held in Texas this year.
Allen Montgomery, Vice President General Manager of Wrangler Western Wear, also said they are looking forward to this year’s Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, which will be held at Globe Life Field.
Texas Rangers chief operating officer Neil Leibman said the health and safety of fans, as well as cowboys and cowgirls, is a top priority. He was also so grateful to the participating organizations for their hard work that they put together a comprehensive plan that will allow fans to enjoy their favorite event without endangering their safety.
In a general statement, the Chief Operating Officer was honored for having chosen the Globe Life field to host this year’s event. He was also thrilled that the event was relocated to Texas, giving fans the opportunity to access their favorite’s iconic rodeo event.
The Globe Field Officials have emphasized that the recommended health and safety standards of Covid-19 have been and are being followed. These measures included the use of face masks in the field. Hand washing and sanitization stations will be set up throughout the building and fans will have encouraged to wash their hands repeatedly.
In addition, the seats are sold in groups of four with a gap between the groups. In addition, the organizers made sure to limit contacts by availing the tickets remotely. One can just purchase the ticket through mobile.
There is also a metal detector at the entrance and any fan will be screened before entering the field.
Moreover, fans are only allowed to enter with a specific bag in accordance with the bag guidelines, on performance nights.
Lena Wood graduated from John Carroll University in the year 2002. She born and grown up in Dallas but later she moved to Cleveland for Studying. Lena has written for several major publications including Community Newspapers and News Desk. Lena is a community Reporter and also Covers National Topics.