UPDATE: Chance The Rapper, Lizzo and Marshmello have been added to the Houston Rodeo concert lineup

The downtown parade kicks off the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo festivities in February each year. (Courtesy Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo)
The downtown parade kicks off the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo festivities in February each year. (Courtesy Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo)

The downtown parade kicks off the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo festivities in February each year. (Courtesy Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo)

The final three performances for the 88th annual Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo were announced Feb. 4, rounding out the list of 20 acts set to take the stage each night March 3-22. Hip-hop and R&B act Chance The Rapper will perform March 6. Hip-hop Houstonian pop star Lizzo will perform March 13 on Black Heritage Day. Electronic dance music performer Marshmello will perform March 20.

The full star-studded lineup taking place at NRG Stadium includes:

Tuesday, March 3: Midland

Wednesday, March 4: Willie Nelson (Armed Forces Appreciation Day)

Thursday, March 5: Becky G


Friday, March 6: Chance The Rapper

Saturday, March 7: Maren Morris

Sunday, March 8: Ramon Ayala (Go Tejano Day)

Monday, March 9: Chris Young (First Responders Day)

Tuesday, March 10: NCT 127

Wednesday, March 11: Kane Brown

Thursday, March 12: Cody Johnson

Friday, March 13: Lizzo (Black Heritage Day)

Saturday, March 14: Jon Pardi

Sunday, March 15: Dierks Bentley

Monday, March 16: Keith Urban

Tuesday, March 17: Gwen Stefani

Wednesday, March 18: Khalid

Thursday, March 19: Chris Stapleton

Friday, March 20: Marshmello

Saturday, March 21: Brad Paisley

Sunday, March 22: Luke Bryan


Tickets for the remaining three shows go on sale Thursday, Feb. 6 at 10 a.m. The online waiting rooms will open at 9:30 a.m. Ticket prices for individual performances will range from $20-$350. Season ticket prices range from $400-$7,000. Premium seating options will also be available for $125 for the Chairman's Club, $250 per person for a shared suite and $7,620 for a private suite.

Tickets for the 17 announced acts went on sale Thursday, Jan. 16.

On weeknights, indoor rodeo events begin at 6:45 p.m. in the dirt-covered arena. Concerts will begin at approximately 8:45 p.m. Gates open at NRG Stadium at 6 p.m.

Weekend rodeo events begin in the arena at 3:45 p.m., and the entertainer begins at about 5:45 p.m. Gates open at 3 p.m.

Visitors can partake in a variety of onsite activities and attractions like the carnival, wine garden and several shopping and dining options before the gates open for the indoor rodeo events and concerts each day.

For more information, visit www.rodeohouston.com.
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By Beth Marshall

Born and raised in Montgomery County, Beth Marshall graduated from The University of Texas at San Antonio in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in communication and a minor in business. Originally hired as a reporter for The Woodlands edition in 2016, she became editor of the Sugar Land/Missouri City edition in October 2017.


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