Big Sky PBR Announces Cancellation of September 4-6, 2020 Event

– BIG SKY, Mont. (August 11, 2020) – Outlaw Partners today announced the 10th annual Big Sky PBR which was re-scheduled for September 4-6, 2020 has been cancelled.

“We tried to hold out as long as possible to ensure conditions were right to hold a large-scale event like the Big Sky PBR,” said Eric Ladd, CEO of Outlaw Partners. “Unfortunately, COVID-19 cases have not flattened to allow for the next step in Montana’s re-opening phase, so for the health and safety of fans, athletes, sponsors and staff, we had to make the difficult decision to cancel this year’s event.”

‘Big Sky’s Biggest Week’ including Big Sky PBR will be back for 2021, and is scheduled for July 22-24, 2021.
Outlaw Partners and Freestone Productions, who co-produce the event, have been working closely with PBR corporate headquarters on next year’s event. Current Big Sky PBR ticket holders will be receiving refunds or have the option to transfer tickets direct to the 2021 event.

“We look forward to celebrating 10 years of Big Sky PBR in 2021, and already have big plans on tap to make it the most memorable yet,” said Ladd.

Since its debut in 2011, the Big Sky PBR event has grown to three days, earned 7x PBR event of the year, raised over $1 million for charity, and has an annual gross economic impact of $3.4 million for the Big Sky community.


1. Rollover Tickets Direct to 2021 Event
Ensure your spot at Big Sky PBR 2021, July 22-24! You may elect to transfer your tickets directly to next year’s event within the next 7 days only by emailing:

2. Refunds
If you purchased your ticket online and do not wish to rollover your tickets to 2021, no additional steps are necessary. Online tickets not rolled over will be refunded via the online ticket portal and to your original payment method automatically by August 31, 2020.

3. Tickets for the 2021 Big Sky PBR
Big Sky PBR 2021 tickets will go on sale this Fall 2020. Stay tuned to for additional news and information.