National Finals Rodeo Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, Las Vegas
There are a few ways you can catch the live stream of the 2023 Las Vegas NFR, depending on your preference and budget:
The Cowboy Channel Plus: This is the official streaming platform for the NFR, offering live coverage of all 10 nights and additional NFR-related programming. You can subscribe to Cowboy Channel Plus directly for $9.99 per month or $99.99 per year. You can also access it through some cable and satellite providers.
RFD-TV Now: Another official partner, RFD-TV Now offers a similar live stream option with a monthly subscription of $14.99. It includes NFR coverage, other rodeo events, and Western lifestyle shows.
PRCA Website: The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association website (prorodeo.com) will host a free live stream of the NFR pre-show and the first event of each night, followed by a replay of the full night’s competition.
Social Media: Some rodeo-related social media channels, like NFR Live Streaming (@nfr_streaming) on Twitter, might share snippets or live clips from the event. Keep in mind that these streams might not be the entire competition and could be interrupted by ads or technical issues.
Geo-restrictions: If you’re outside the US, some live streams might be geo-blocked. You can try using a VPN to bypass these restrictions, but be aware that it’s against the terms of service for some platforms and might not be reliable.
Quality: Free streams might have lower video quality and buffering issues compared to paid options.
Ultimately, the best way to watch the NFR live stream depends on your priorities. If you want the full experience and don’t mind paying, the official Cowboy Channel Plus or RFD-TV Now subscriptions are good choices. If you’re on a budget or just want to catch the highlights, the free options on the PRCA website and social media might be enough.