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Your Chance to Be the First to Hear the Names of RodeoHouston Entertainers for 2019

Chris Stapleton was a hit at 2018 Rodeo Houston. Let's see who's on board for this year.
Chris Stapleton was a hit at 2018 Rodeo Houston. Let's see who's on board for this year. Photo courtesy of the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo

We already know that Texas singer-songwriters Robert Earl Keen and Lyle Lovett will open for George Strait in his March 17 close-out performance at the 2019 Rodeo Houston.

But on January 3, the long-awaited unveiling of what other stars the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is bringing to town for the 2019 three-week event will be revealed. And with any luck, you could be there.

Thanks to the HLSR, the Houston Press is able to offer two sets of tickets (two each) to the announcement party at NRG Stadium which comes complete with live entertainment by Gonzo247 and DJ DU and hors d'oeuvres and cocktails.

To have a chance to win the tickets all you need to do is be at least 21 years of age. And to write us why you deserve to win a pair of tickets. Send an email to artsblog@houstonpress.com and entitle your entry HOUSTON RODEO REVEAL PARTY. In your email tell us why you should be a winning candidate.

Deadline for entry: midnight Thursday December 27. Winners will be announced the next day (Friday, December 28).

The Super Fan Access to Star Entertainer Announcement Party is scheduled for Thursday January 3 at NRG Stadium, Director's Club from 6-9 p.m. Entertainers' names will be announced at 7 p.m. 21+ only.
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