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RODEOHOUSTON unveils Star Entertainer Genre Calendar for 2022

The Rodeo is celebrating its 90th anniversary with big Texas names and new music performances.

HOUSTON — RODEOHOUSTON is less than a month away from announcing its full performer lineup for 2022. But organizers are giving everyone a sneak peek today.

The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo released its star entertainer genre calendar for the 90th-anniversary celebration. The lineup's dropping hints for a wide range of performances from EDM and R&B artists to Latin pop and Norteño (music from north Mexico inspired by European polka). Organizers are also introducing the first-ever Christian genre performance along with 13 country acts.

“The 2022 RODEOHOUSTON lineup has something for everyone, and that’s important to us, as we are always hoping to draw newcomers to our event, and hopefully, create new lifelong Rodeo fans,” said Chris Boleman, Rodeo President and CEO.

Four Texas artists have already been announced so far: Cody Johnson (Feb 28), Bun B's H-Town Takeover (March 11), Parker McCollum (March 12) and George Strait with Ashley McBryde (March 20).

Credit: Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo

RODEOHOUSTON'S Genre Lineup goes as follows:

  • Feb 28: Cody Johnson
  • March 1-2: Country
  • March 3: Christian
  • March 4: Latin Pop
  • March 5: Country
  • March 6: Norteño 
  • March 7-9: Country
  • March 10: Rock
  • March 11: Bun B's H-Town Takeover
  • March 12: Parker McCollum
  • March 13-14: Country
  • March 15: Pop
  • March 16: R&B/Pop
  • March 17: Country
  • March 18: EDM
  • March 19: Country
  • March 20: George Strait with special guest Ashley McBryde

Individual RODEOHOUSTON tickets will go on sale on Thursday, Jan. 13 at rodeohouston.com. Ticket prices start at $20, plus a $4 convenience fee.

Tickets are available now for Cody Johnson and George Strait's headlining performances. As of Dec 9, 2021, ticket prices for Cody Johnson start at $20 while those for George Straight begin at $180 (without extra fees).

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