Weekday rodeos start at 6:45 p.m. The entertainer takes the stage at approximately 8:45 p.m. NRG Stadium gates open at 6 p.m. Weekend rodeos start at 3:45 p.m. The entertainer takes the stage at approximately 5:45 p.m. NRG Stadium gates open at 3 p.m.
The 2020 Rodeo is scheduled for March 3 – 22.
Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo
Cheyenne Frontier Days
The 2019 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo generated a total economic impact of $227 million, per the rodeo’s 2019 Economic Impact Study. The rodeo also provided a total economic activity of $391 million in Greater Houston .
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.
Season ticket options start as low as $400, plus processing fee. There is a four- ticket purchase limit per household.
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.
NCT 127 Makes History as First K-Pop Group to Perform at Houston Rodeo .
Houston is known as the world capital of space exploration, the world capital of air conditioning, the world capital of the international energy industry, the world capital of petroleum exploration and the world capital of capital punishment. What it isn’t the capital of is Texas; that’s Austin .
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 .
HOUSTON – The Houston Rodeo and Livestock Show and announced that planning is underway for a safe and healthy 2021 rodeo . The massive annual event was forced to shut down early in March as COVID-19 cases continued to rise in the Houston area. The move left many vendors and concert ticketholders in a bind.