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RodeoHouston 2019 tickets now available

AUSTIN (KXAN) -- Tickets for the 2019 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo are now on sale.

RodeoHouston will take place Feb. 25 to March 17 and some of the biggest country and pop artists in the country are on the lineup to perform. Individual tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m., though the online waiting room will open at 9:30 a.m., according to the event website. 

Ticket prices for an individual performance range from $20-$350 and season tickets range from $400-$7,000. 

Here are the performers that will be at RodeoHouston 2019

Monday, Feb. 25 Kacey Musgraves
Tuesday, Feb. 26 Prince Royce
Wednesday, Feb. 27 Brooks & Dunn
Thursday, Feb. 28 Luke Bryan
Friday, March 1 Cardi B
Saturday, March 2 Turnpike Troubadours
Sunday, March 3 Panic! At the Disco
Monday, March 4 Old Dominion
Tuesday, March 5 Camila Cabello
Wednesday, March 6 Luke Combs
Thursday, March 7 Tim McGraw
Friday, March 8 Zedd
Saturday, March 9 Kane Brown
Sunday, March 10 Los Tigres Del Notre
Monday, March 11 Zac Brown Band
Tuesday, March 12 Kings of Leon
Wednesday, March 13

Santana

Thursday, March 14 Chris Stapleton
Friday. March 15 Cody Johnson
Saturday, March 16 Brad Paisley
Sunday, March 17 George Strait

 

You can get in line for and buy your tickets here



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