7.45pm: THE bull riding action is well underway at Browne Park.

Currently in round two and the crowd has just watched Yeppoon's Damien Herden ride Super Hornet who was super excited.

Here are some videos of the action so far tonight.

 

 

 

7pm: Over 2,000 people have flocked to Browne Park to watch the bull riding action.

 The cowboys are about come out bucking.

 

6.20pm: THE cowboys are gearing up for tonight's bull riding action at Browne Park.

Aspiring bull riders and other attendees had a chance to chat with the boys inside the ring before the official event.

 

6am: TONIGHT is the night when Australia's best bull riders come face to face with some of the country's toughest beasts at the Professional Bull Riding Live Series Tour.

The grounds of Browne Park have been transformed into a different type of arena for tonight's battle between man and bull which will kick off at 7pm.

Australian Regional Media events manager Dianne Hallam said the event would be be action packed with world-class bull riders showing their talents.

"These riders are the best of the best, some of them have performed internationally and are at such a high level," Ms Hallam said.

"There is going to be live entertainment from James Johnston at 5pm and again at 9.30pm. It's just going to be a jam-packed night of entertainment," she said.

Replays will be shown on a 40-foot screen to keep the adrenaline pumping through the crowd.

IF YOU GO:

Gates open at 5pm.

James Johnston performing live from 5pm.

Bull riding starts at 7pm.

Licensed premises and full catering available.

TICKET INFO:

Tickets can still be bought online through http://www.eventopia.co or at the gate. Grandstand seats are still available.

LIVE TWEETS

Tweet your reaction on the night and post selfies on Twitter using the hashtag #PBRrocky. Live coverage will appear on the Bulletin's website tonight.

MEET AND GREET ON TODAY:

4R0 is broadcasting live from Harvey Norman Rockhampton this morning from 10am-midday.

Come down and meet PBR riders Dave Kennedy, Sam O'Connor and Justin Paton.

Morning Bulletin Editor Frazer Pearce will also be there.



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