Rodeo Tix on Sale NOW! Here’s Who’s Playing When

Rodeo Tix on Sale NOW! Here’s Who’s Playing When

Whiskey Myers plays March 11

AS THE WEATHER warms up ever so slightly, it’s a little easier to picture Rodeo season on the horizon. The entertainment lineup for the 2024 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, scheduled for Feb. 27 – March 17, has been announced, and tickets went on sale yesterday.


Of the 20 acts scheduled, 10 are making their debut on the RODEOHOUSTON stage, including contemporary country pop sensations Carly Pearce, Lainey Wilson, and HARDY; 19-year-old Mexican American singer-songwriter Ivan Cornejo, whose unique take on the regional music of Mexico includes alternative and emo-rock influences; Canadian rockers Nickelback; country-folk breakout artist Oliver Anthony; rapper and country star Jelly Roll, who recently testified at the Senate’s Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee hearing where he lobbied for stronger legislation against the ongoing fentanyl crisis in the United States; Texas-band Whiskey Myers; Jamaican-American EDM and DJ trio Major Lazer; and vintage hip-hop star 50 Cent, whose champagne Le Chemin du Roi Brut (“The King’s Path”) won the 2023 Rodeo Uncorked! Grand Champion Best of Show honors and was auctioned off for a record-setting $325,000 at RODEOHOUSTON’s charitable Champion Wine Auction.

Returning to RODEOHOUSTON are fan favorites Blake Shelton, Brad Paisley, and Luke Bryan, making his 10th appearance on the star stage at NRG Stadium; Hank Williams, Jr.; Zac Brown Band’ outlaw country artist Eric Church; Australian Christian pop-act and KING + COUNTRY; Los Tigres Del Norte, who perform on March 10 for Go Tejano Day; Jonas Brothers; and rapper, burger-meister and No. 15 in Houston CityBook’s“Cool 100”Bun B.

Keep in mind concerts begin each night after the last rodeo event is completed, so the actual start times for each show will vary due to the different number of rodeo competitors and other production elements.

Blake Shelton plays Feb. 27

Luke Bryan plays March 7

For King and Country plays Feb. 29

Oliver Anthony plays March 5

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