Bulls on the Beach is a professional bullriding event taking place at The Wharf, March 16th, 23rd and 30th in Orange Beach, Alabama. This family-friendly bullriding event also includes meet and greet opportunities with stars from CMT reality shows Sweet Home Alabama and Southern Nights.
A new reality show based on the life of the American cowboy will also be filmed during our Bulls on the Beach events. This show, set to air on National Geographic will feature Bulls on the Beach stars Cody Harris and Bubba Thompson.
You may recognize Cody Harris as a cast member from the CMT (County Music Television) hit shows Sweet Home Alabama and Southern Nights. Lucky for us, Cody is also a partner in Ranchey Productions, the event producer for our popular Bulls on the Beach professional bull riding events on the Alabama Gulf Coast. Cody is a long-time rodeo professional from Robertsdale, Alabama deeply rooted in the rodeo way of life. In addition to rodeo, Cody raises cattle and trades them in the cattle market.
If you live and work in Baldwin County, Alabama chances are you have met Jerry Byrd. A native of Robertsdale, Jerry is a well-known fundraiser and local country music singer. With more than 6 years experience producing bull riding events and fundraisers, Jerry has been instrumental is raising money to benefit children with special needs. Did we mention he was also a professional rodeo clown for 10 years?
True to the cowboy way of life, Jerry lives by the saying, "Live by faith, trust with your heart and always find the good in everybody all the time." As a co-partner in Ranchey Productions, the event producer for Bulls on the Beach professional bull riding events in Orange Beach, Alabama, Jerry is always looking for people and organizations who can benefit from the generosity of others.
Tickets to Bulls on the Beach are available online through www.bullriding247.com , at the Wharf box office or through ticket master.
Gates for Bulls on the Beach open at 6pm and the show begins at 7:30pm.
The Wharf is located on Canal Road in Orange Beach at the foot of the Beach Express.
Bulls on the Beach
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