Star-studded entertainment lineup announced for RodeoHouston 2023

Houston rodeo scheduled for Feb. 28-March 19, starting almost immediately after San Antonio rodeo ends

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HOUSTON – The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo has announced its star-studded lineup for the 2023 season.

The rodeo is scheduled for Feb. 28-March 19 at NRG Park, starting almost immediately after the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo ends.

The Houston lineup includes country, EDM, hip-hop, pop, rock and Norteño artists.

“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,” Chris Boleman, Rodeo president and CEO, said in the announcement. “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.”

Here’s the entertainment schedule for RodeoHouston:

  • Tuesday, Feb. 28 (Opening Day): Parker McCollum
  • Wednesday, March 1 (Armed Forces Appreciation Day): Brooks & Dunn
  • Thursday, March 2: Lauren Daigle
  • Friday, March 3 (Black Heritage Day): Bun B’s Southern Takeover
  • Saturday, March 4: Walker Hayes
  • Sunday, March 5: Zac Brown Band
  • Monday, March 6 (First Responders Day): Jason Aldean
  • Tuesday, March 7: New Kids on The Block
  • Wednesday, March 8 (Community Da): Jon Pardi
  • Thursday, March 9: Ashley McBryde
  • Friday, March 10: The Chainsmokers
  • Saturday, March 11: Turnpike Troubadours
  • Sunday, March 12 (Go Tejano Day): La Fiera de Ojinaga
  • Monday, March 13: Cody Jinks
  • Tuesday, March 14: Machine Gun Kelly
  • Wednesday, March 15: Kenny Chesney
  • Thursday, March 16: Chris Stapleton
  • Friday, March 17: Cody Johnson
  • Saturday, March 18: Brad Paisley
  • Sunday, March 19 (RODEOHOUSTON Finals): Luke Bryan

Tickets go on sale on Thursday, Jan. 12 in two waves, at 10 a.m. and noon. Tickets start at $25 and can be purchased at

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