A slew of high-profile country, pop, and R&B artists make up this year’s Houston Rodeo lineup. The annual event, which runs March 3-22 at NRG Stadium, will feature headlining performances from Luke Bryan, Keith Urban, Gwen Stefani and more.
Rising country group Midland will kick off the festivities on March 3. Fellow Nashville giants Chris Stapleton, Kane Brown, Maren Morris, Brad Paisley, Jon Pardi, Dierks Bentley and Willie Nelson will also appear. Fans will get a taste of pop and R&B from first-time performers Gwen Stefani, Khalid, Becky G, Ramon Ayala and NCT 127. Luke Bryan holds the headlining slot on the rodeo’s final night.
“The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is proud to bring such a wide range of musical genres to the RODEOHOUSTON stage,” Rodeo president Joel Cowley said in a statement. “With 12 great country acts, we remain true to our roots while presenting a lineup that reflects the diversity of our great community. These 17 acts bring a great deal of excitement to the 2020 Rodeo.”
Later additions to the 2020 Houston Rodeo lineup are Lizzo, Chance the Rapper and Marshmello – all of whom will headline the coveted Friday night slots. Officials waited until February 4 to reveal the artists, although their respective genres were shared, giving fans a taste of everything in this year’s event.
See the 2020 Houston Rodeo lineup below. Browse tickets for all shows here.
2020 Houston Rodeo Lineup
|Tuesday, March 3||Midland|
|Wednesday, March 4||Willie Nelson|
|Thursday, March 5||Becky G|
|Friday, March 6||Chance the Rapper|
|Saturday, March 7||Maren Morris|
|Sunday, March 8||Ramon Ayala|
|Monday, March 9||Chris Young|
|Tuesday, March 10||NCT 127|
|Wednesday, March 11||Kane Brown|
|Thursday, March 12||Cody Johnson|
|Friday, March 13||Lizzo|
|Saturday, March 14||Jon Pardi|
|Sunday, March 15||Dierks Bentley|
|Monday, March 16||Keith Urban|
|Tuesday, March 17||Gwen Stefani|
|Wednesday, March 18||Khalid|
|Thursday, March 19||Chris Stapleton|
|Friday, March 20||Marshmello|
|Saturday, March 21||Brad Paisley|
|Sunday, March 22||Luke Bryan|