Luke Bryan, Ashley McBryde, Cody Johnson, Kenny Chesney and several other stars will headline the 91st annual RODEOHOUSTON.
RODEOHOUSTON, the world’s largest livestock show and richest regular-season rodeo dedicated to benefiting youth, will take place February 28 through March 19 in Houston, Texas at NRG Stadium.
Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo officials revealed the full 2023 entertainment lineup on Friday (Jan. 6).
“We are thrilled to welcome back so many talented artists including some fan favorites such as Houston rap legend, Bun B who will be taking the stage alongside some additional iconic southern performers,” Rodeo President and CEO, Chris Boleman, shared in a press release. “The level of talent we have in this lineup will get the fans excited, including Texas’ own Parker McCollum, who is helping us kick off this 2023, star lineup on Opening Day.”
The event features a diverse lineup that includes a mix of genres, including Country, EDM, Hip-Hip, Pop, Rock, Christian and Norteño.
Texas native Parker McCollum will kick off RODEOHOUSTON on Tuesday, February 28. Also taking the stage during the world-famous rodeo are Brooks & Dunn, Bun B’s Southern Takeover, Zac Brown Band, Jason Aldean, Ashley McBryde, The Chainsmokers, Turnpike Troubadours, Kenny Chesney, Chris Stapleton, Cody Johnson, Brad Paisley and Luke Bryan.
Several artists will be making their RODEOHOUSTON debut in 2023, including Lauren Daigle, Walker Hayes, New Kids On The Block, La Fiera de Ojinaga, Cody Jinks and Machine Gun Kelly.
Individual RODEOHOUSTON tickets go on sale to the general public on Thursday (Jan. 12). Tickets will start at $25 (plus a $4 convenience fee).
For the first time in the history of RODEOHOUSTON, tickets will be sold in two waves via . The first wave, beginning at 10 A.M., will be for performances taking place from February 28 through March 9. While the second wave, beginning at 2 P.M., will be tickets for performances happening March 10 through March 19.
The Online Waiting Rooms will open at 9:30 a.m. for Wave 1 and 1:30 p.m. for Wave 2. Customers in the Waiting Room will be randomly selected to enter the store to purchase tickets at the time of on sale. Please note, a place in the Waiting Room does not guarantee tickets.
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All tickets will be delivered electronically via AXS Mobile ID Delivery; please allow 48 hours for delivery. To access your purchased tickets, download the AXS mobile app and login with the email used to purchase tickets.
Additional information about tickets can be found .
The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo promotes agriculture by hosting an annual, family-friendly experience that educates and entertains the public, supports Texas youth, showcases Western heritage and provides year-round educational support within the community.
In just ONE week, you'll have all the answers. pic.twitter.com/4Mq6mJv30e— RODEOHOUSTON (@RODEOHOUSTON) December 29, 2022
In just ONE week, you'll have all the answers.
Since its inception in 1932, the Rodeo has committed more than $575 million to the youth of Texas and education.
The 2023 Rodeo is scheduled for Feb. 28 – March 19. The 2023 World’s Championship Bar-B-Que Contest, presented by Cotton Holdings, is scheduled for Feb. 23 – 25.
February 28 – Parker McCollum (Opening Day, presented by Texas Capital Bank)
March 1 – Brooks & Dunn (Armed Forces Appreciation Day, presented by Crown Royal)
March 2 – Lauren Daigle
March 3 – Bun B’s Southern Takeover (Black Heritage Day, presented by Kroger)
March 4 – Walker Hayes
March 5 – Zac Brown Band
March 6 – Jason Aldean (First Responders Day, presented by BP America)
March 7 – New Kids On The Block
March 8 – Jon Pardi (Community Day, presented by TC Energy)
March 9 – Ashley McBryde
March 10 – The Chainsmokers
March 11- Turnpike Troubadours
March 12 – La Fiera de Ojinaga (Go Tejano Day, presented by Fiesta Mart)
March 13 – Cody Jinks
March 14 – Machine Gun Kelly
March 15 – Kenny Chesney
March 16 – Chris Stapleton
March 17 – Cody Johnson
March 18 – Brad Paisley
March 19 – Luke Bryan (RODEOHOUSTON Finals)