The wild weekend in downtown Pueblo is drawing to a close. Those with the Chamber of Commerce say this year's Wild Wild West Fest was a big hit. Rain hindered them a little bit Saturday, but they had a record number of visitors friday. Having new rides and plenty of... more »
It's a wild time in downtown Pueblo for the Wild Wild West Fest.
Live entertainment, street vendors, and twirling rides are all a part of the festival. The Professional Bull Riders and Chamber of Commerce help bring this packed event to historic downtown each year, and they're not the only... more »
The Wild Wild West Festival comes back to Pueblo in two weeks. It's a combination street festival, along with two nights of professional bull riding at the State Fairgrounds.
A sneak peak happens Thursday night downtown, May 19, followed by a full day of action along Union Avenue on... more »
A nationally televised professional bull riding event will originate in Pueblo on May 20 and 21 from the State Fair Events Center.
Pueblo is the 19th stop on the Built Ford Tough Series, which makes 28 stops in 23 states. The season began in New York, and culminates Oct.... more »
Austin Meier (Kinta, OK) has retaken the top spot from Renato Nunes (Buritama, Sao Paulo, Brazil) in the Professional Bull Riders Built Ford Tough Series standings following his win last week in Wichita. The series now heads to Pueblo, home of the PBR, for the Pueblo Invitational.
While Meier... more »
PBR fans can meet professional bull riders in person this Sunday and receive free autographs.
Aaron Roy, Beau Hill and Rocky McDonald will be at the Texas Roadhouse in Pueblo, from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
They're in Pueblo for the Wild, Wild West Festival, which runs Friday-Sunday. The... more »
Randy Bernard, the CEO of the Professional Bull Riders headquartered in Pueblo, is resigning his position to take the top job at the Indy Racing League.
Bernard joined PBR in August of 1995. As CEO, Bernard led bull riding to a stand alone sport. Under his leadership, the PBR... more »