RodeoHouston Hideout Schedule

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Music at RodeoHouston doesn't necessarily mean doe-eyed ingenues like Taylor Swift and the Jonas Brothers, leathery country veterans like Brooks & Dunn and Alan Jackson or tube snake boogeymen like ZZ Top, you know. Although there's no hog-calling contest - which Rocks Off thinks is a crime - admission to the grounds (either a RodeoHouston ticket or Reliant Park general-admission stub) also gets you into the Hideout, RodeoHouston's own honky-tonk that moves from the Astrodome to a tent between Reliant Center and Reliant arena. (Note: 21 and up only.) Your 2009 dance card, y'all:

March 3: Gary P. Nunn

March 4: Rodney Hayden

March 5: Ryan James

March 6: Black Heritage Day (entertainment TBA)

March 7: Sonny Burgess

March 8: DJs TBA

March 9: Granger Smith

March 10: Derek Sholl

March 11: Jason Allen

March 12: Two Tons of Steel

March 13: Darren Kozelsky

March 14: Jarrod Birmingham

March 15: Go Tejano Day (entertainment TBA)

March 16: Josh Abbott

March 17: 80 Proof Band

March 18: Whiskey Myers

March 19: Mark McKinney

March 20: Kyle Park

March 21: Zona Jones

March 22: Todd Fritsch

Showtime is 10:15 p.m. weekdays and 8:30 p.m. weekends. See RodeoHouston's Web site for more information - Chris Gray

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