The 2020 sports and concert scene took a drastically different turn back in March when everything started to get canceled on postponed.

That not only was true for the Denny Sanford Premier Center but also the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) who had an event scheduled for April.

Since that was a big event on the PBR schedule, they were working to find another date when things settled down for another PBR event in Sioux Falls.

That came to fruition back in May when the PBR announced that they would be returning to action with fans in Sioux Falls at the Denny Sanford Premier Center on July 10-12.

The PBR Monster Energy Team Challenge will bring riders from all over the country to compete in high octane bull riding on the PBR Tour.

They will only allow about 33% capacity and have many protocols and guidelines in place for those three days of events.

Tickets went on sale on June 5 and although between the presale and on sale, a lot of tickets were sold, you can still get some lower and upper-level tickets at Ticketmaster.

This going to be a blueprint for a lot of other facilities and entities to try and ease back fans to the entertainment world by adhering to guidelines and trying to provide a safe atmosphere for fans to return.

Even though the PBR was the first to announce the return to action with fans, the UFC is pushing toward that while the PGA will allow up to 8,000 fans a day at the Memorial in Ohio in July as well.

For more information on the PBR and the upcoming events including the events in Sioux Falls, you can visit their website.