Rodeo Austin's 2022 concert lineup will include Carly Pearce, Melissa Etheridge and more

After watching bull riding and other rodeo competitions, ticket holders can experience one of 15 slated country music artists. (Courtesy Rodeo Austin)
After watching bull riding and other rodeo competitions, ticket holders can experience one of 15 slated country music artists. (Courtesy Rodeo Austin)

After watching bull riding and other rodeo competitions, ticket holders can experience one of 15 slated country music artists. (Courtesy Rodeo Austin)

Rodeo Austin has released most of its concert lineup for the 2022 rodeo, which will run from March 12-26.

Concert tickets are set to go on sale Jan. 28 for the ProRodeo and Concert Series. Musical performances will follow rodeo competitions such as bull riding, mutton busting and barrel racing.

The rodeo will also include a carnival, a barbecue competition, a livestock show, agricultural education and other events. Tickets for a concert range from $30 to $175 and include admission to the fair at 9100 Decker Lane, Austin.

Below is the main stage lineup announced so far:

March 12: Aaron Watson


March 13: La Energia Norteña

March 14: Walk the Moon

March 15: Ryan Bingham

March 16: Melissa Etheridge

March 17: Chris Janson

March 18: Josh Ward

March 19: Ashley McBryde

March 20: Oak Ridge Boys

March 21: Josh Abbott Band

March 22: Scotty McCreery

March 23: TBA

March 24: Robert Earl Keen

March 25: Carly Pearce

March 26: Kevin Fowler
By Maggie Quinlan

Reporter, Southwest Austin/Dripping Springs

Maggie joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in July 2021 after a year spent covering crime, courts and politics at The Spokesman-Review in Spokane, Washington, near the border with Idaho. In Southwest Austin and Dripping Springs, Maggie covers education, business, healthcare, transportation, real estate development and nonprofits. Prior to CI, she graduated from Washington State University, where she was managing editor of the student newspaper and a section editor at her hometown newspaper based in Moscow, Idaho. Maggie dreamed of living in the Austin area for years and feels honored to serve the communities of Southwest Austin and Dripping Springs.