HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- With the big event more than four months out, RodeoHouston has already begun hauling parts of its revamped superstar of a performance stage.
The rodeo's Snapchat and Instagram Stories posted Friday morning video of big rigs holding the parts.
According to a RodeoHouston representative, the 18-wheelers are carrying elements of the new star stage.
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RodeoHouston's new stage will have five star points that each measure 36 feet. The points can be raised to create elevated performance positions.
The stage will also come equipped with a 48-foot diameter, rotating performance space and a 22-foot tall, motion-controlled LED video screen back drop.
The star stage will make its debut on night one of the rodeo on Feb. 27, 2018. The annual event already plans to have Garth Brooks headline opening and closing days of the rodeo.
Tickets for the country superstar's shows go on sale on Dec. 1.
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The 2017 event set a new total attendance record of more than 2.6 million visitors.
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RodeoHouston already rolling out parts of new stage