Nashville Stampede Announce 2024 PBR Camping World Team Series Game Schedule

Nashville Stampede Announce 2024 PBR Camping World Team Series Game Schedule

Nashville to take on the Carolina Cowboys, Arizona Ridge Riders and New York Mavericks during the team’s Stampede Days homestand in Nashville, Tennessee on Aug. 16-18

 Ahead of the third season for the ground-breaking PBR (Professional Bull Riders) Teams league, the 2022 PBR Teams World Champion Nashville Stampede, the Volunteer State’s first-ever professional bull riding team, today announced their 2024 game and broadcast schedule.

The 2024 PBR Camping World Team Series season, beginning on July 12-14 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, will include homestand events hosted by each of the league’s 10 teams, accompanied by two, three-day neutral site events. Following the PBR Teams league’s expansion to 10 teams for its third season, with the regular-season schedule now featuring 12 events, each team will receive seven byes during the campaign.

The season will conclude in Las Vegas for the PBR Teams Championship, which will debut a new playoff format. The season-ending event will begin with a Ride-in-Round on October 17 at South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa. During the Ride-in-Round, the four lowest ranked teams in the standings will compete, with the two winning teams advancing to set the eight-team Championship at T-Mobile Arena on October 18-20. 

The Nashville Stampede will host their third annual Music City homestand, and fifth event of the regular season, Stampede Days, on Aug. 16-18 in Nashville, Tennessee, at Bridgestone Arena. During their event, they will play the Carolina Cowboys (Aug. 16), Arizona Ridge Riders (Aug. 17) and New York Mavericks (Aug. 18).

During the league’s inaugural season, the Stampede made history by being crowned the first-ever PBR Teams World Champions. Despite finishing the 2022 season last in the regular season, they made a Cinderella run through the Championship, capping their incredible efforts by defeating the Arizona Ridge Riders to clinch the title. In what has proved to be a budding rivalry since, the Stampede and Ridge Riders split the series in 2023, both emerging victorious twice in their four meetings.

In 2024, the Stampede and Ridge Riders will go head-to-head three times, including for both squads’ first game of the season on July 12 in Oklahoma City, and during the second day of competition for Nashville’s homestand.

Throughout the campaign, the Nashville Stampede will also play the reigning PBR Teams Champion Texas Rattlers three times as they look to bring the title to Music City this October and become the first team to win the coveted title twice.

New broadcast rights agreements with CBS and Merit Street Media will bring all of the league’s 280 regular season games, along with the Championship event to fans in consistent broadcast windows on Fridays at 9 p.m. ET, Saturdays at 9 p.m. ET and Sundays at 3 p.m. ET throughout the season with limited exceptions.

Every out from the regular season, plus the playoffs, will be carried by CBS Television Network, showcasing its “Game of the Week” broadcasts, and Merit Street, which will add pre- and post-game coverage and shoulder programming including relaunching PBR Now, a one-hour weekly deep dive into the evolving season.

The Nashville Stampede’s complete 2024 PBR Teams game and broadcast schedule is:

17/12/2024Oklahoma City, OKNashville StampedeArizona Ridge RidersMerit Street
17/13/2024Oklahoma City, OKNashville StampedeNew York MavericksMerit Street
17/14/2024Oklahoma City, OKFlorida FreedomNashville StampedeMerit Street
27/26/2024Duluth, GAKansas City OutlawsNashville StampedeMerit Street
27/27/2024Duluth, GABYE
27/28/2024Duluth, GANashville StampedeTexas RattlersMerit Street
38/2/2024Sunrise, FLBYE
38/3/2024Sunrise, FLNashville StampedeMissouri ThunderMerit Street
38/4/2024Sunrise, FLAustin GamblersNashville StampedeMerit Street
48/9/2024New York, NYNashville StampedeOklahoma WildcattersMerit Street
48/10/2024New York, NYTexas RattlersNashville StampedeMerit Street
58/16/2024Nashville, TNCarolina CowboysNashville StampedeMerit Street
58/17/2024Nashville, TNArizona Ridge RidersNashville StampedeCBS*
58/18/2024Nashville, TNNew York MavericksNashville StampedeMerit Street
68/23/2024Austin, TXNashville StampedeFlorida FreedomMerit Street
68/24/2024Austin, TXNashville StampedeMissouri ThunderMerit Street
68/25/2024Austin, TXBYE
78/30/2024Springfield, MOOklahoma WildcattersNashville StampedeMerit Street
78/31/2024Springfield, MOBYE
79/1/2024Springfield, MOKansas City OutlawsNashville StampedeMerit Street
89/6/2024Kansas City, MONashville StampedeCarolina CowboysMerit Street
89/7/2024Kansas City, MONashville StampedeOklahoma WildcattersMerit Street
89/8/2024Kansas City, MONew York MavericksNashville StampedeMerit Street
99/13/2024Anaheim, CABYE
99/14/2024Anaheim, CAAustin GamblersNashville StampedeMerit Street
99/15/2024Anaheim, CANashville StampedeOklahoma WildcattersMerit Street
109/20/2024Greensboro, NCArizona Ridge RidersNashville StampedeMerit Street
109/21/2024Greensboro, NCNashville StampedeCarolina CowboysCBS*
109/22/2024Greensboro, NCBYE
119/26/2024Fort Worth, TXAustin GamblersNashville StampedeMerit Street
119/27/2024Fort Worth, TXNashville StampedeKansas City OutlawsMerit Street
119/28/2024Fort Worth, TXNashville StampedeTexas RattlersMerit Street
1210/4/2024Glendale, AZNashville StampedeMissouri ThunderMerit Street
1210/5/2024Glendale, AZBYE
1210/6/2024Glendale, AZFlorida FreedomNashville StampedeMerit Street

Nashville Stampede are based at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee, where the team will hold its third Stampede Days homestand on August 16-18, 2024, the fifth event of the 12-event 2024 PBR Teams regular season. The 2022 PBR Teams Champion Stampede are coached by two-time PBR World Champion Justin McBride. Under the leadership of General Manager Tina Battock, the Stampede are owned by Morris Communications Company, LLC (MCC), which is part of a privately held company with diversified holdings in media, real estate, property development and agribusiness. MCC is based in Augusta, Georgia. MCC’s current media holdings include Morris Media Network (MMN) which reaches millions of consumers with diversified content brands in print, digital, products and live events including Western Horseman, Barrel Horse News, Quarter Horse News, Road to the Horse, EquiStat and the National Barrel Horse Association. A portfolio of lifestyle publications and digital assets serve outdoor/sporting/travel enthusiasts with Alaska Magazine, MilepostGray’s Sporting Journal, Charlotte Magazine, Orlando Magazine, Savannah Magazine, Where Visitor publications and more, including the Nashville Stampede, one of eight founding teams in the PBR Teams league.


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