The 2020 Rodeo is scheduled for March 3 – 22.
1.5 to 2.0 hours
Today, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo announced its plans for the 2021 Rodeo . Originally scheduled for March 2 – 21, RODEOHOUSTON® competitions, concerts and entertainment, carnival and other attractions and activities are now scheduled for May 4 – 23, 2021 , pending COVID-19 health status.
During the weekdays gates open at 6:00 pm, the rodeos start at 6:45 pm and entertainers take the stage at 8:45 pm. During the weekends gates open at 3:00 pm, the rodeos start at 3:45 pm and entertainers take the stage at 5:45 pm. Typically the rodeo lasts 2 hours and most concerts last about an hour.
NCT 127 Makes History as First K-Pop Group to Perform at Houston Rodeo .
Updated February 4, 2020 RodeoHouston has announced the final three artists who will perform Friday nights — Chance the Rapper (March 6), Lizzo (March 13) and Marshmello (March 20). RodeoHouston previously unveiled 17 of the artists, including NCT 127 who will be the first K-Pop band to perform at the Rodeo .
The safety of everyone is paramount for Rodeo patrons to enjoy a fun atmosphere. Please note that all personal belongings (such as purses , camera cases, back packs, strollers, etc.) Anyone refusing to be searched will not be allowed on the Rodeo grounds.
2021 Houston Rodeo Tickets The 2021 Houston Rodeo dates are May 4th to May 23rd at NRG Stadium. Moving the Houston Rodeo dates back from its normal March time frame is to make sure the ’21 event goes off without a hitch. The 20 day /night event will start on a Tuesday and end two weeks later on Sunday night.
Head-on to the Stage: Seats directly across from the stage, like those in 135, 136, 137 and 138 provide the most comfortable looks of the performance. Even upper level sections offer unobstructed sitelines.
Season ticket options start as low as $400, plus processing fee. There is a four- ticket purchase limit per household.
Rodeo Houston planning to reopen in 2021. These are the steps they’re taking for safety.
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