The Professional Bull Riders must love performing and competing in Cowtown cause this August they're coming back to Dickie's Arena for the second year in a row to 'Unleash the Beast'.

PBR’s elite Unleash The Beast will buck into Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas, holding the fan-attended PBR Fort Worth Invitational Aug. 28-29. Last season, Unleash The Beast debuted inside Dickies Arena, with Jose Vitor Leme going a near-perfect 2-for-3 to clinch his league-leading sixth premier series victory of 2020.

This season’s current top three riders – 2018 PBR World Champion Pacheco, 2020 World Champion Leme and 2016 World Champion Davis – are all attempting to become just the seventh rider in league history to have won the coveted gold buckle in multiple seasons.

In addition to Pacheco and Leme, who call Decatur home, and Jasper-native Davis, the draw for the Fort Worth event is also anticipated to be led by Texas’ own Cody Teel (College Station, Texas), Chase Dougherty (Stephenville, Texas), Boudreaux Campbell (Crockett, Texas), Taylor Toves (Stephenville, Texas), Jesse Petri (Palestine, Texas), Ezekiel Mitchell (Rockdale, Texas) and Mason Taylor (Maypearl, Texas).

The riding action begins with Round 1 at 6:45 PM on Saturday, August 28, concluding with Round 2 and the championship round at 12:45 PM on Sunday, August 29.

Tickets for the two-day event go on sale Monday, June 14, and start at $16.50, taxes and fees not included. They can be purchased at the Dickies Arena Box Office, online at and, or by calling PBR customer service at 1-800-732-1727.

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