The entertainment lineup for this year's Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo were released today for the three week event that begins on February 28th and continues through March 18th.
Alabama opens up the show on the first day, February 28th and Alan Jackson closes out the show on March 18th.
Tickets go on sale this Saturday, January 14th at ten am at www.rodeohouston.com, all Ticketmaster locations or by phone at 1 800 726 1313.
Kid Rock performs on February 29th, with Lady Antebellum on the main state on March first.
The Black Heritage Day performer is John Legend, on March 2nd. Luke Bryan performs on March 3rd.
Sunday, March fourth features Big Time Rush, China Anne McClain, from A.N.T. Farm with the McClain Sisters.
Eli performs on March fifth, Enrigue Iglesias is on the main stage March 6th, Blake Shelton is the headliner for March 7th.
ZZ Top heads up the entertainment on March 8th while Reba McIntire is on the stage for Rodeo Pink Day on March 9th.
Chris Young is the performer for March 10th.
Go Tejano Day is Sunday March 11th with Duelo, La Original El Limon.
The Zac Brown Band is the headline performer on March 12th. Miranda performs March 13th.
The Band Perry Band performs March 14th
Jason Aldean is the headliner for March 15th.
Friday, March 16th brings on Train.
And Brad Paisley is the performer when the RodeoHouston BP Super Series Championship goes on, on March 17th.
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