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Houston Rodeo Tickets Available for as Low as $6


We are only a few short weeks away from the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo invading Reliant Stadium.  Beginning March 4th and running for almost three weeks until March 23rd, the Houston Rodeo will bring some of music’s best performers, including Usher, Selena Gomez, Jason Aldean, Maroon 5, Keith Urban, Luke Bryan, and the Zac Brown Band.

The opener with the Brad Paisley Band currently has an average ticket price of $62 with a get-in of only $14.  Houston Rodeo tickets have decreased 20% for the opener so fans looking to attend can either wait out a potential continued drop, or grab tickets now while they are cheap.  On March 13th, Maroon 5 will be performing and currently that day’s show is the highest priced ticket, with an average price of $178.  The get-in, nonetheless, is only $35, so you could still attend both of those shows for less than $50.

If you’re looking for the cheapest show, it’s May 12th with Jake Owen.  The average ticket price is only $45 and you can get in the door for $6. REO Speedwagon is another cheap outing with tickets available for as low as $7.

The last week of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is a lineup of heavy hitters with Luke Bryan, Robin Thicke, Florida Georgia Line, and Blake Shelton all performing, with the Zac Brown Band finishing off the twenty-day stretch of the Rodeo.  Tickets for the finale are available for as low as $26 and he average price is currently $127.

Right now, the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo is taking place with Darius Rucker leading off the events and Billy Currington finishing up on February 22nd.  Pitbull is performing tomorrow night with an average ticket price of $213 and a get-in of $104, more expensive than any Houston show (as is the Billy Currington finale, with an average price of $187 and a get-in of $79.)  So make sure to check out the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo if you’re looking for a cheap, fun, entertaining night!

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