How To Find Cheap 2023 Houston Rodeo Tickets + Lineup News
February 1, 2023
Where To Buy 2023 Houston Livestock and Rodeo Tickets
Primary market tickets are available via AXS.
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How Much Are 2023 Houston Rodeo Tickets
Primary market tickets prices start at $25+ and go as high as $155.
On the secondary market, tickets are available for all dates, and prices start between $35 and $68 depending on the performer. 100-level tickets starts at between $50 and $100 for most shows, with action seats running between $150 and $300 for many shows. Opening night and closing night tend to be the most expensive nights with the biggest acts.
What are The Best Seats Houston Rodeo Concerts?
How Long are Houston Rodeo Concerts?
Other than the final night, performances generally range from an hour to an hour and fifteen minutes in length, which essentially amounts to a set at a music festival. Below are starting time for the rodeo as well as the concert.
- 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 March 20, 2022, George Strait concert-only performance will begin at 7 p.m., with special guest Ashley McBryde. Strait will take the stage at approximately 8 p.m. and will perform a full-length concert.
2023 Houston Rodeo Lineup & Schedule
Below is the full list of the concert:
|Tuesday, Feb.28 – Opening Day, presented by Texas Capital Bank||Parker McCollum|
|Wednesday, March 1 – Armed Forces Appreciation Day, presented by Crown Royal||Brooks & Dunn|
|Thursday, March 2||Lauren Daigle|
|Friday, March 3 – Black Heritage Day, presented by Kroger||Bun B’s Southern Takeover|
|Saturday, March 4||Walker Hayes|
|Sunday, March 5||Zac Brown Band|
|Monday, March 6 – First Responders Day, presented by BP America||Jason Aldean|
|Tuesday, March 7||New Kids on The Block|
|Wednesday, March 8 – Community Day, presented by TC Energy||Jon Pardi|
|Thursday, March 9||Ashley McBryde|
|Friday, March 10||The Chainsmokers|
|Saturday, March 11||Turnpike Troubadours|
|Sunday, March 12 – Go Tejano Day, presented by Fiesta Mart||La Fiera de Ojinaga|
|Monday, March 13||Cody Jinks|
|Tuesday, March 14||Machine Gun Kelly|
|Wednesday, March 15||Kenny Chesney|
|Thursday, March 16||Chris Stapleton|
|Friday, March 17||Cody Johnson|
|Saturday, March 18||Brad Paisley|
|Sunday, March 19 – RODEOHOUSTON Finals||Luke Bryan|
Handicap and ADA Seating at Houston Rodeo:
NRG Stadium offers other convenient services including wheelchair assistance, lost and found and wheelchair check in. Wheelchair escorts are provided through Guest Services. Please contact 832-667-1400 for any special assistance needs. Parking spaces for ADA guests are available and located throughout NRG Park on a first-come, first-served basis. Standard ADA parking can be found in Orange Lot: 6, 8, 10, 13, Maroon Lot: 14, 15.
What are events at Houston Rodeo?
Tie-Down Roping - Timed Event
Riders and their horse work together to run down a runaway calf, which is given a head start. Once around the rope is around the calf's neck, the rider must tie three legs together in order to complete to event.
Bareback Riding - Rough Stock
Riders must hang on to a bucking horse for eight seconds, while keeping one hand on the rigging attached to the horse and another in the air.
Team Roping - Timed Event
In the only team event of the rodeo, one rider must catch his rope around the steer's saddle horn before the other can catch the legs.
Saddle Bronc Riding - Rough Stock
One of the most classic rodeo events, riders must keeps their feet in stirrups with one arm in the air and the other holding a reign.
Steer Wrestling - Timed Event
This is a crowd favorite A steer is let loose and runs forward. After a certain distance the riders catch up on their horse before dismounting and wrestling the steer to the ground. The clock stops when the steer on the ground and when all four legs are pointing in the same direction.
Barrel Racing - Timed Event
Riders quickly weave between barrels that are in a triangle formation, without knocking them over.
Bull Riding - Rough Stock
In this event, the Bull Rider must hold on with one hand while keeping the other in the air.
Chuck Wagon Races
The Chuck Wagon Races use the entire rodeo floor and is a race with six horses that travel in a figure 8 patten.
The kids will get a shot at some rodeo style as 30 kids attempt to catch 15 calfs.
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