THE countdown is on now as Rocky gears up for tomorrow's Professional Bull Riding Live Series Tour.

It's only a day away until the action kicks off, and Browne Park has been under construction since yesterday to be transformed into a spectacular bull-riding arena.

For those who have not experienced a PBR event before, this Live Series will deliver an action-packed night full of major league bull riding match ups choreographed to music, pyrotechnics and a mega screen with multiple camera angles that will take fans behind the scenes, inside the bucking chutes and deliver slow motion replays of each and every ride.

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Presented by The Morning Bulletin and Rural Weekly, general manager Phill Le Petit said ticket sales had been fantastic.

"The clock is ticking and as every minute passes excitement builds for the inaugural PBR bull riding event, as presale tickets have exceeded all expectations," Mr Le Petit said.

"An estimated 3500 to 4000 patrons are expected to enjoy the spectacle of man versus beast in the huge Browne Park coliseum on Saturday night."

Get your tickets to see the best bull riders in Australia take centre stage this weekend at or at the gate on the night from 5.30pm.

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