Cowboy Christmas Will not be Held in Las Vegas in 2020

The official gift show of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo has been held annually in Las Vegas since 1986

LAS VEGAS –  As Las Vegas is unable to host attendees for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in 2020, Las Vegas Events announced today that Cowboy Christmas will not be held Dec. 3-12 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Refunds will be offered to all exhibitors.

Cowboy Christmas, the only official gift show of the Wrangler NFR, typically runs concurrently with the rodeo and has a total annual attendance of more than 250,000.

On Aug. 19, the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association announced that a final decision would be made on the location of the Wrangler NFR by Sept. 30. If the Wrangler NFR is held in another destination, Cowboy Christmas could be hosted in that location. LVE will work closely with the PRCA to determine the feasibility of including Cowboy Christmas in its plan for 2020 by the end of September.

One of the most successful and popular ancillary events of the Wrangler NFR in Las Vegas, Cowboy Christmas has grown into a 440,000-square-foot shopping and interactive experience. With more than 350 exhibitors from across the United States, Cowboy Christmas caters to the Western lifestyle and includes live entertainment, specialty food and beverage, exhibits and much more.

For more information on Cowboy Christmas and the Wrangler NFR, please visit or through social media at /LasVegasNFR and use #WranglerNFR.

About Las Vegas Events
Founded in 1983, Las Vegas Events is a private, not-for-profit organization funded by hotel room tax. Through its Signature Event initiative, LVE has created a model to integrate all elements of special events and formally improve communication between event producers and Las Vegas’ hotel properties and sponsors. Since 1991, Las Vegas Events has produced, presented or supported more than 750 events.
About the Wrangler NFR
The Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (NFR), considered the world’s premier rodeo, features 10 straight days of the best in PRCA PRORODEO competition, with a total of 120 contestants competing every night in seven events. Each December, the top 15 contestants, based on the PRCA | RAM World Standings, in bareback riding, steer wrestling, team roping, saddle bronc riding, tie-down roping, barrel racing, and bull riding qualify to compete at the Wrangler NFR.

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