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Ricky Martin, Bun B, Tim McGraw Among 2022 RodeoHouston Headliners

Published Jan 05, 2022 by A.J. Mistretta

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Tim McGraw, credit: Robby Klein

Tim McGraw, credit: Robby Klein

It's going to be an exciting return to NRG Park for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo this spring. The COVID-19 pandemic cut the 2020 season short and forced the outright cancellation of the 2021 show, but organizers say they are planning a major comeback. 

The full 2022 RodeoHouston entertainment lineup was released on Wednesday evening, featuring stars from across the musical spectrum, from Ricky Martin to Keith Urban and Maren Morris to Gwen Stefani. 

Here's the day-by-day breakdown for the show which kicks off February 28: 

  • Feb 28: Cody Johnson
  • March 1: Keith Urban
  • March 2: Time McGraw
  • March 3: for King and Country
  • March 4: Ricky Martin
  • March 5: Jon Pardi
  • March 6: Los Tucanes de Tijuana
  • March 7: Luke Bryan
  • March 8: Maren Morris
  • March 9: Kane Brown
  • March 10: Journey
  • March 11: Bun B's H-Town Takeover (featuring Lil Flip, Z-Ro, Slim Thug, Lil Keke and more)
  • March 12: Parker McCollum
  • March 13: Dierks Bentley
  • March 14: Sam Hunt
  • March 15: Gwen Stefani
  • March 16: Khalid
  • March 17: Chris Stapleton
  • March 18: Marshmello
  • March 19: Brad Paisley
  • March 20: George Strait with special guest Ashley McBryde

The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is Houston's largest annual event, often drawing close to 2 million visitors over the course of its three-week run. The event has an estimated total economic impact of $227 million and supports more than 3,600 direct jobs, according to organizers. 

Learn more about the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo and get tickets to this signature Houston event. Also learn more about the places and experiences that make Houston a great place to live

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