RODEOHOUSTON To Welcome 20 Genre-Spanning Acts In 2024: Lainey Wilson, Eric Church, Nickelback, & More

Rodeo season is in full swing and this lineup is STACKED!


Madeleine O’Connell

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January 12, 2024


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Lainey Wilson; Photo Provided, Eric Church; Photo by Anthony D’Angio

Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo officials have released the multi-genre entertainment lineup for the 2024 Rodeo season. 

Taking place from February 27 to March 17, The Rodeo will welcome artists across a variety of genres to the RODEOHOUSTON stage in NRG Stadium. Half of the 2024 entertainer lineup will be making their debut on the star stage: Carly Pearce, 50 Cent, HARDY, Ivan Cornejo, Nickelback, Oliver Anthony, Jelly Roll, Major Lazer, Lainey Wilson and Whiskey Myers.

“The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is proud to bring such a wide range of musical genres to the RODEOHOUSTON stage,” said Chris Boleman, Rodeo president and CEO. “We’re welcoming 10 new entertainers who will make their debut on the star stage, as well as many fan-favorites from a variety of genres from our country roots, to EDM and hip-hop.”

RODEOHOUSTON Is Proud To Welcome Back Longtime Supporters

While there will be several newcomers, attendees can also expect plenty of artists with special connections to the Rodeo, including 50 Cent, who’s Champagne, Le Chemin du Roi Brut won the Rodeo Uncorked!® Grand Champion Best of Show honors in 2023 and was auctioned off for a record-setting $325,000. Then there’s Bun B, known for having made dozens of guest appearances during his past performances at RODEOHOUSTON, he will return this year with another incredible lineup of surprise guests.

The sibling trio, Jonas Brothers, will make their first appearance at the Rodeo in over a decade while Mexico’s superstar norteno band, Los Tigres Del Norte will have been tapped to help celebrate Go Tejano Day, presented by Fiesta Mart, on Sunday, March 10.

A slew of longtime supporters of the Rodeo will reclaim their rightful place in NRG Stadium, from Brad Paisley to Hank Williams Jr., Zac Brown Band, for KING + COUNTRY, and Luke Bryan, who deliver his 10thperformance on the iconic stage. The country music doesn’t stop there because Lainey Wilson and HARDY will also take the stage followed by this year’s closer, Eric Church.

Collectively, these 20 acts have earned a total of 56 Academy of Country Music Awards, 47 Country Music Association awards, 17 American Music Awards, and 15 GRAMMY® awards.

Rodeo Houston Lineup 2024
Rodeo Houston Lineup 2024

Music, Education, Bar-B-Que Contest & More

Since 1932, The Rodeo has committed more than $600 million to the youth of Texas and education. This year, the annual, family-friendly experience will continue its mission to promote agriculture showcasing Western heritage, and providing year-round educational support within the community.

Along with the epic lineup of upcoming performances, the 2024 World’s Championship Bar-B-Que Contest, presented by Cotton Holdings, is scheduled for Feb. 22 – 24.

How To Get Tickets

Tickets will go on sale at Thursday, Jan. 18, 2024, in two waves, 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Wave 1 tickets for Feb. 27 – March 7 performances. Wave 2 tickets for March 8 – 17 performances.

For more information regarding tickets, visit

RODEOHOUSTON 2024 Performance Lineup:

Tuesday, Feb. 27 – Opening Day, presented by Texas Capital – Blake Shelton

Wednesday, Feb. 28 – Armed Forces Appreciation Day, presented by Crown Royal – Carly Pearce

Thursday, Feb. 29 – for KING + COUNTRY

Friday, March 1 – Black Heritage Day, presented by Kroger – 50 Cent

Saturday, March 2 – HARDY

Sunday, March 3 – Ivan Cornejo

Monday, March 4 – First Responders Day, presented by BP America – Hank Williams Jr.

Tuesday, March 5 – Oliver Anthony

Wednesday, March 6 – Community Day, presented by TC Energy – Jelly Roll

Thursday, March 7 – Volunteer Appreciation Day, presented by Phillips 66 – Luke Bryan

Friday, March 8 – Major Lazer

Saturday, March 9 – Lainey Wilson

Sunday, March 10 – Go Tejano Day, presented by Fiesta Mart – Los Tigres del Norte

Monday, March 11 – Whiskey Myers

Tuesday, March 12 – Bun B

Wednesday, March 13 – Nickelback

Thursday, March 14 – Zac Brown Band

Friday, March 15 – Jonas Brothers

Saturday, March 16 – Brad Paisley

Sunday, March 17 – RODEOHOUSTON Finals – Eric Church

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Madeleine O’Connell graduated from North Central College with a bachelors degree in Journalism and Broadcast Communications before deciding to pursue her studies further at DePaul University. There, she earned her masters degree in Digital Communication & Media Arts. O’Connell served as a freelance writer for over two years while also interning with the Academy of Country Music, SiriusXM and Circle Media and assisting with Amazon Music’s Country Heat Weekly podcast. In addition to Country Now, she has been published in American Songwriter, Music Mayhem, and Holler.Country. Madeleine O’Connell is a member of the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music.