The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo returns in late February after a two-year hiatus due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and we finally know who's going to take that center stage.
The rodeo already confirmed Cody Johnson as the starring act to kick off the 21-day event on Feb. 28, 2022. George Strait and opening act Ashley McBryde are the closing night's artists on March 20.
Other acts already announced include rapper Bun B's H-Town Takeover for Black Heritage Day on March 11 and Parker McCollum on March 12.
The 2022 event will also be the first time the rodeo will have a Christian music night, which is scheduled for March 3.
Here's who else is included in the lineup:
- Feb. 28: Cody Johnson
- March 1: Keith Urban
- March 2: Tim McGraw takes the stage on Armed Forces Appreciation Day
- March 3: For King and Country
- March 4: Ricky Martin
- March 5: Jon Pardi
- March 6: Los Tucanes de Tijuana performing on Go Tejano Day
- March 7: Luke Bryan takes the stage on First Responders Day
- March 8: Maren Morris
- March 9: Kane Brown
- March 10: Journey
- March 11: Bun B's H-Town takeover performance for Black Heritage Day
- 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
Ticket sales are set for eight days later on Thursday, Jan. 13. Tickets start at $20 plus a $4 convenience fee, the rodeo said.
There's a lot to look forward to with the rodeo's return, including the celebration of the event's 90th anniversary.
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