The Houston Rodeo lineup 2023 has revealed the complete concert roster for the rodeo season. In addition to Parker McCollum on opening day and previously announced musicians The Chainsmokers, Lauren Daigle, and Cody Jinks, there’s more to come from the annual hoedown. From country sensations to pop superstars, the lineup will have something for everyone. Get ready to enjoy some of your favorite artists in a new setting – with rides and attractions designed especially for rodeo fans!
Get excited for an unforgettable experience at the Houston Rodeo. Know who’s artists on the list to perform for this musical event!
Artists For Houston Rodeo Concert Lineup 2023
The performance schedule for the Houston Rodeo 2023 has been revealed by the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, one of Houston’s most significant events of the year. It will be another fantastic lineup like in previous years!
Here is our current information about the 2023 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.
The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo’s organizers wasted no time in starting planning for the following year after the historic season of 2022. Since August, details about the upcoming show have been steadily released. Parker McCollum, a country singer-songwriter and native of Conroe, was scheduled to perform on opening day, February 28.
Brooks & Dunn
Armed Forces Appreciation Day with Brooks & Dunn is one of many themed nights and notable musical performances in the upcoming season.
America’s Idol Lauren Daige is announced as the second performer at the 2023 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.
Bun B’s Southern Takeover
Bun B will perform at his one-night show, “Bun B’s Southern Takeover,” for the second time this year. Special guests for the event will be announced soon.
Walker Hayes is taking the Star stage for the first time in his booming country music career. After his first appearance on the Top Ten list, Hayes proved he would be on the country music scene for years to come. In 2021, he released his third record, Country Stuff the Album, which included his most famous hit, “Fancy Like,” which quickly climbed the charts and landed No. 1 on Billboard’s Country charts.
Zac Brown Band
The three-time GRAMMY -award-winning, multi-platinum Zac Brown Band became famous when their debut single, “Chicken Fried,” went Platinum with over one million downloads in 2008. The band members will perform in the star-studded event with the frontman and lead singer Zac Brown along with his bandmates Jimmy De Martini, John Driskell Hopkins, Coy Bowles, Clay Cook, Chris Fryar, Daniel de los Reyes, and Matt Mangano.
Jason Aldean was born and raised in Macon, Georgia, where he began performing in local bars at 14. By staying true to himself and recording songs connected to his country roots, the Georgia native made a name for himself in the country music industry. Jason Aldean has collaborated with well-known musicians like Kelly Clarkson and Carrie Underwood, creating songs and narratives that keep his fans returning for more.
New Kids On The Block
On Tuesday, March 7, HOUSTON RODEO throws it back with the venerable boy band New Kids on the Block. A five-piece American boy band from Boston, Massachusetts, they were founded in 1984 by Joey McIntyre, Donnie Wahlberg, Danny Wood, Jordan, and Jonathan Knight.
No one does country music from the 1990s quite like Jon Pardi. In 2012, Pardi started putting out music, and many of his hits quickly rose to the top of the country charts. He released his first studio album, Write You a Song, in 2014, and the bouncy “Up All Night” went to No. 14 on the Billboard 200 Chart, becoming his first top 10 success. Due to his abilities, Pardi opened for two music tours before going on to headline his destinations on the “All Time High Tour.”
Ashley McBryde is a singer-songwriter who infuses traditional country music with elements of rock and roll and honky-tonk soul. She recorded her debut album, Ashley McBryde, in 2005, and it was published in 2006. To break into the country music market, she moved to Music City in 2007 and formed a band that performed everywhere.
American electronic DJ duo, The Chainsmokers have been working since 2012. The DJs who comprise the Chainsmokers collective are Alexander “Alex” Pall and Andrew “Drew” Taggart. The Chainsmokers credit Twenty-One Pilots and music legends Pharrell Williams and DJ Deadmau5 as musical influences. With their single “Closer,” which features singer-songwriter Halsey, the duo has garnered numerous accolades and reached the top of the Billboard list.
The Turnpike Troubadours are an Oklahoma-born band that has dominated the red dirt music industry, especially in Texas, for the past ten years, booking dance halls and venues all over the state. Lead vocalist Evan Felker and bassist R.C. play more than 100 concerts annually. The most well-known red dirt music band today is probably Edwards, fiddler Kyle Nix, guitarist Ryan Engleman, drummer Gabe Pearson, and steel player Hank Early.
La Fiera de Ojinaga
La Fiera de Ojinaga has released ten albums, and their song “Imposible y Prohibido” is one of the most viewed YouTube videos.
Cody Jinks was born in Haltom City, Texas, and grew up in country music. He initially led a metal band, Unchecked Aggression, but returned to his roots of writing country music when they broke up. His fifth album, I’m Not the Devil, landed at No. 4 on Billboard’s Country Album Chart, earning him a large fan base.
Machine Gun Kelly
Colson Baker, better known as Machine Gun Kelly, was born in Houston, Texas but raised in the suburbs of Cleveland, Ohio. He began making music in his teens and made the news in 2009 as the first rapper to win amateur night at Harlem’s Apollo Theater. In 2011, he went from producing his mixtapes to working with large labels, and his debut album, Lace Up, was released the same year. In 2013, he released his mixtape, The Black Flag, which featured stars such as French Montana, Pusha T., and Whiz Khalifa. Houston Rodeo fans, get ready for a show you won’t want to miss! Machine Gun Kelly is officially part of the 2023 lineup!
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Kenny Chesney is back for his seventh performance on the RODEOHOUSTON star stage. Born in Knoxville, Tennessee, Chesney is one of the most popular country music artists and has been topping music charts since 1995. His 2002 record, No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems, became quadruple-platinum and was the first of many albums that held the Billboard No. 1 spot. Over the past two decades, Chesney has become a regular chart-topping artist with many successful singles.
Chris Stapleton has a decade-long songwriting career, including chart-topping hits for George Strait, Patty Loveless, Tim McGraw, Justin Timberlake, and Adele, and his first solo album, Traveler, received four GRAMMY nominations.
Cody Johnson has been chasing his country music dream since childhood. After releasing five albums under his label, “CoJo,” he first appeared on the country music charts in 2014. He signed with Warner Music Nashville in 2018, and his latest album, Human: The Double Album, reached the top three on Billboard’s Top Country Albums Chart. He will perform the Rodeo’s theme song, “Welcome to the Show,” on March 17, 2023.
Brad Paisley is an award-winning singer and songwriter who has written or co-written 21 of his 24 number-one hits. His latest album, Love and War, is his ninth consecutive studio album to debut at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart. He founded the Brad Paisley Foundation to support charitable organizations and will return to the Rodeo on March 18 for his 15th performance.
Luke Bryan is known for his upbeat party jams and has released seven studio albums with sales reaching 10 million copies. His songs have reached No. 1 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart 25 times, and more than seven million listeners stream his music per month on Spotify.
Complete Lists And Dates Of The Performances
- Opening Day, Tuesday, February 28, Parker McCollum
- Armed Forces Appreciation Day, Wednesday, March 1, Brooks & Dunn
- Thursday, March 2, Lauren Daigle
- Black Heritage Day, Friday, March 3, Bun B’s Southern Takeover
- Saturday, March 4, Walker Hayes
- Sunday, March 5, Zac Brown Band
- Monday, First Responders Day, March 6, Jason Aldean
- Tuesday, March 7, New Kids On The Block
- Wednesday, Community Day, March 8, Jon Pardi
- Thursday, March 9, Ashley McBryde
- Friday, March 10, The Chainsmokers
- Saturday, March 11, Turnpike Troubadours
- Sunday, Go Tejano Day, March 12, La Fiera de Ojinaga
- Monday, March 13, Cody Jinks
- Tuesday, March 14, Machine Gun Kelly
- Wednesday, March 15, Kenny Chesney
- Thursday, March 16, Chris Stapleton
- Friday, March 17, Cody Johnson
- Saturday, March 18, Brad Paisley
- Sunday, RodeoHouston Finale, March 19, Luke Bryan
The Houston Rodeo lineup 2023 is sure to be a great one. With country music, pop, hip hop, and more representing the 2023 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, you won’t miss out on this incredible experience. Be sure to get your tickets today!
Join us for Houston Rodeo 2023, featuring Machine Gun Kelly as one of the lineup artists! MGK will bring his signature sound to the rodeo. And if you love hip-hop fashion, don’t miss out on MGK’s collaboration with Dolce & Gabbana – sure to turn heads everywhere he moves. Don’t miss this unique lineup – experience Houston Rodeo 2023 and see what Machine Gun Kelly has in store!