- $28 for one G-Pass for lower-level seating (up to $52.47 value)
- Click here to view the seating chart
How G-Pass Works: Your G-Pass will be ready to print 48 hours after the deal ends. Print the G-Pass and use it to enter the venue directly; you won’t need to redeem at will call. Due to security restrictions, G-Passes cannot be redeemed through the Groupon mobile app. Discount reflects the merchant’s current ticket prices - price may differ on day of event.
Extreme Bulls & Broncs feat. Rodney Atkins
- The Stars of the Night: Cowboys and country—riders of the Southern Extreme Bull Riding Association and Academy of Country Music Award winner Rodney Atkins
- Kicking Up Dust: cowboys test their fate atop ferocious 1,800-pound bulls in an attempt to climb the SEBRA standings
- Femme Fatales: Afterward, the region’s top cowgirls enter the ring for barrel racing, where they jet around the arena faster than tractors spooked by their own exhaust.
- Closing out the Night: Rodney Atkins, in the flesh
- How Rodney uses his East-Tennessee twang: he channels it into a platinum-selling discography that chronicles Southern living
- His breakthrough record: 2006’s platinum-certified If You’re Going Through Hell, which features sing-alongs such as “Watching You,” “These Are My People,” and the galvanizing title track
- His most recent studio album: 2011’s Take a Back Road, in which he “lets his shadow come out to play” by putting some rock into his country
- An aural thank-you note to his fans: 2015’s Greatest Hits, an album packed with favorites and one surprise—the new single “Eat Sleep Love You Repeat”
A lot of Cincinnati history lies within the brick walls of Cincinnati Gardens. Its construction alone was a major feat for the city; when it opened in 1949, only six arenas in the country were larger, and its first hockey game drew the largest ever crowd in the city under one roof. Richard Nixon and Henry Cabot Lodge set another attendance record there on a campaign stop in 1960, and daredevil Delilah Wallenda performed a netless high-wire walk there twice, 70 feet above sheer ice. Gardens visitors can explore many of the arena's past thrills in the Legends Museum, a huge collection of sports and entertainment memorabilia that's free to the public before and during events.
2250 Seymour Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45212