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RodeoHouston Announces Its Star Entertainers for 2023

Chris Stapleton, seen at RodeoHouston 2022, is back again this year.
Chris Stapleton, seen at RodeoHouston 2022, is back again this year. Photo by Marco Torres

Chris Stapleton, Kenny Chesney, Bun B's Southern Takeover — all that and more are part of the 2023 RodeoHouston Entertainer Lineup which was released Thursday night. Genres included stretch from country to EDM, Hip-Hop, Norteño, Pop, Rock, and Christian.

Of special note: Luke Bryan will headline on March 19 which is Rodeo Finals Day. Black Heritage Day is March 3, First Respomders Day is March 7 and Go Tejano Day is March 12.

Individual RODEOHOUSTON tickets will go on sale to the public Thursday, January 12. For the first time, they will be sold in two waves, 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., at rodeohouston.com. Ticket prices start at $25, plus a $4 convenience fee.

Here's the list:

Tuesday, February 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


For a look at the calendar with photos check out this pdf.
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