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Anyone who thinks they might not be interested in the Houston Rodeo has never been. The annual blowout of livestock, rides, and food also comes with an incredible ability to pull big name pop stars and country singers. This year, the mammoth event will be taking place at Houston’s NRG Stadium.

Recently, headliners for the big event were announced. Chance The Rapper, Lizzo, and EDM favorite Marshmello are scheduled to perform and ultimately round out the multi-genre lineup. Additionally, Willie Nelson, Maren Morris, Chris Stapleton and Luke Bryan are also set to take the stage. Other nights make time for acts like Brad Paisley, Keith Urban, and Dierks Bentley.

Tickets to Houston Rodeo are on sale now. Check below for venue info, the full lineup, and of course where to get tickets!

Houston Rodeo Tickets

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Houston Rodeo 2020 Dates & Location

March 3-22 @ NRG Stadium in Houston, TX

Houston Rodeo 2020 Lineup By Day

Tuesday, March 3 – Midland
Wednesday, March 4 – Willie Nelson
Thursday, March 5 – Becky G
Friday, March 6 – Chance The Rapper
Saturday, March 7 – Maren Morris
Sunday, March 8 – Ramon Ayala
Monday, March 9 – Chris Young
Tuesday, March 10 – NCT 127
Wednesday, March 11 – Kane Brown
Thursday, March 12 – Cody Johnson
Friday, March 13 – Lizzo
Saturday, March 14 – John Pardi

Sunday, March 15 – Dierks Bentley
Monday, March 16 – Keith Urban
Tuesday, March 17 – Gwen Stefani
Wednesday, March 18 – Khalid
Thursday, March 19 – Chris Stapleton
Friday, March 20 – Marshmello
Saturday, March 21 – Brad Paisley
Sunday, March 22 – Luke Bryan

Houston Rodeo Schedule 2020

This year’s Houston Rodeo will feature barbecue, a rodeo parade, a carnival and more. Click here to view the full schedule and list of events.
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