The second and final week of this year’s Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo begins tonight. Dierks Bentley is scheduled to take the stage at NRG Stadium on Monday, and his performance will be the cheapest show of the week. Luke Bryan will be the final performer on Sunday, which serves as the most expensive show of the entire rodeo.
Over the rodeo’s last seven days, the average price for Houston Rodeo tickets is $125.48 on the secondary market. Luke Bryan’s show on Sunday currently owns a secondary average of $175.68, 40% above the rodeo average, and the get-in price starts at $49. Dierks Bentley’s performance tonight sees tickets average at $67.89, 45.9% below the rodeo average, and the cheapest ticket is listed for $27.
Among other artists set to play in Houston this week are Blake Shelton, Brad Paisley, Ariana Grande, Florida Georgia Line and The Band Perry. Shelton will perform on Thursday and average secondary price is $152.62. The get-in price for Thursday starts at $38. Brad Paisley tickets currently average at $131.61 and the get-in price is $45.
On Tuesday, Ariana Grande will make her first-ever appearance at the Houston Rodeo. The pint-size pop singer sees tickets average at $111.76 and the cheapest ticket is $39 on the secondary market. Country pop duo Florida Georgia Line performs on Wednesday and tickets average at $107.17. The get-in price is $29. Friday will see The Band Perry headline and tickets average at $80.19. The cheapest ticket on Friday is currently listed for $18.