George Strait holds the attendance record for NRG Stadium in 2019 when he performed to a crowd of more than 80,000 fans, however, this was a concert-only event which offered seats on the floor and is not listed with the Top 25 Paid Rodeo /Concert Attendance Records .
The average pay for a performer for each performance is between $750,000 and $1,000,000 . Little Joe, a Tejano music legend, was paid $40,000 for a concert. The Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo has consistently avoided being transparent to the citizens of Harris County.
After the closure of the 2020 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo , the Rodeo announces the options for ticket buyers. 3- Request a refund of the balance of your 2020 Season Tickets. ( Refunds will be completed by April 30, 2020. An email will be sent to 2020 ticket buyers by early next week to choose an option.
The granddaddy of rodeo events, Cheyenne Frontier Days has been held in its namesake Wyoming town since 1897. The outdoor rodeo and western celebration features hundreds of horses performing rodeo events and track acts.
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 .
The 2020 Rodeo is scheduled for March 3 – 22.
Regardless if you choose rollover or refund , everyone must upload their ticket packs to the Rodeo Carnival App. If you purchased full-price carnival tickets and want to request a refund , email [email protected] or call 602-935-4060. These are the tickets and packs bought on-site at the carnival.
1- Unused Carnival Tickets , Half-Price Carnival Packs and Food Cards may be used during the 2021 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo . No action required on your part with this option. Your tickets will remain on your account. 2- Unused Tickets and Half-Price Carnival Packs may be refunded .
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.