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Jelly Roll, 50 Cent, Jonas Brothers, Blake Shelton & More to Headline 2024 RodeoHouston

RodeoHouston will run from Feb. 27 through March 17.

RodeoHouston’s 2024 lineup is set to once again showcase some of the loftiest talents in a range of genres, including rock, rap, country, Latin, Christian and more.

Jelly Roll, Blake Shelton, 50 Cent, the Jonas Brothers, Lainey Wilson, Eric Church, Los Tigres del Norte and for King & Country are a few of the artists slated to headline when RodeoHouston gets underway at Houston’s NRG Stadium from Feb. 27 through March 17.

“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, in a statement. “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.”

Among the newcomers to this year’s RodeoHouston stage are Carly Pearce, Oliver Anthony, 50 Cent, HARDY, current CMA new artist of the year winner Jelly Roll, reigning CMA entertainer of the year Lainey Wilson, “Rich Men North of Richmond” singer Oliver Anthony Music, Ivan Cornejo, Nickelback and Whiskey Myer.

These artists further add to RodeoHouston’s nearly 100-year legacy, in which time the rodeo has committed more than $600 million to aid education and youth-focused efforts in Texas. Each year, RodeoHouston draws more than 2 million people to its mix of rodeo/Western activities, musical performances and carnival midway.

Tickets go on sale at on Thursday, Jan. 18, in two waves — at 10 a.m. and
2 p.m.

See the lineup of performers below:

  • Feb. 27 – Opening Day, presented by Texas Capital – Blake Shelton
  • Feb. 28 – Armed Forces Appreciation Day, presented by Crown Royal – Carly Pearce
  • Feb. 29 – for KING + COUNTRY
  • March 1 – Black Heritage Day, presented by Kroger – 50 Cent
  • March 2 -HARDY
  • March 3 – Ivan Cornejo
  • March 4 – First Responders Day, presented by BP America – Hank Williams Jr.
  • March 5 -Oliver Anthony
  • March 6 – Community Day, presented by TC Energy – Jelly Roll
  • March 7 – Volunteer Appreciation Day, presented by Phillips 66 – Luke Bryan
  • March 8 -Major Lazer
  • March 9 -Lainey Wilson
  • March 10 – Go Tejano Day, presented by Fiesta Mart – Los Tigres del Norte
  • March 11 -Whiskey Myers
  • March 12 -Bun B
  • March 13 -Nickelback
  • March 14 – Zac Brown Band
  • March 15 – Jonas Brothers
  • March 16 – Brad Paisley
  • March 17 – RODEOHOUSTON Finals – Eric Church

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