Tim McGraw, Dierks Bentley and Brad Paisley are just three of the 21 artists who will head to the state of Texas this spring after being confirmed as performers at the 83rd annual Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.
Returning to the 71,000-seater NRG Stadium, the world’s largest entertainment and livestock exhibition kicks off on March 3 with country music outlaw Eric Church – tickets for which are available on TicketIQ at a get-in price of $26 – and winds up on Mar 22 with the current CMA Entertainer of the Year, Luke Bryan ($47).
Unsurprisingly, the majority of artists involved hail from the world of country music with the likes of Hunter Hayes (Mar 4, $28), Alan Jackson, (Mar 7, $34), Brantley Gilbert (Mar 11, $25), Billy Currington (Mar 14, $34), Florida Georgia Line (Mar 18, $36) and The Band Perry (Mar 20, $36) all joining McGraw (Mar 10, $32), Bentley (Mar 16, $31) and Paisley (Mar 21, $44) on the star-studded bill.
But the line-up also includes a handful of acts you wouldn’t normally associate with a rodeo show including soul man John Legend (Mar 6, $37), emo-rockers Fall Out Boy (Mar 8, $40), party animal Pitbull (Mar 13, $44), Mexican outfits La Arrolladora Banda El Limon & La Maquinaria Nortena (Mar 15, $25), and pop princess Ariana Grande (Mar 17, $46).
Tickets for all 20 shows are available on TicketIQ with the Justin Moore date on Mar 9 currently with the lowest get-in price at just $19, and the Blake Shelton gig on Mar 19 with the highest at $49.