RodeoHouston Lineup Includes Lainey Wilson, Luke Bryan, Eric Church + More

The RodeoHouston lineup has just been announced, and it’s pretty incredible. Lainey Wilson, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Carly Pearce, Blake Shelton, Zac Brown Band, for KING + COUNTRY, Nickelback, Brad Paisley, Hank Williams, Jr., HARDY and more are all part of this year’s star-studded lineup.

The event kicks off on February 27 and runs through March 17.


“The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is proud to bring such a wide range of musical genres to the RODEOHOUSTON stage,” Chris Boleman, Rodeo President and CEO says. “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.”

This year’s RodeoHouston will mark Bryan’s tenth performance at the Houston Livestock and Rodeo Show. He recently said he plans to work less this year than he did in 2023, although he hints there is a big tour in the works.

“Four years ago, I knew that my last two years were going to be really, really busy,” Bryan previously told Audacy‘s Katie & Company. “I’m ready to take a little breath. I love working. I love staying busy. I love being out there, but I’m certainly ready to sit in a duck blind, a deer blind, just sit somewhere and just clear the brain … I’ve been feeling the pressure for ol’ Dad to be home a little bit. They’re excited.”

For Wilson, RodeoHouston will help kick off what is sure to be an unforgettable 2024 of touring, which includes not one but two tours.

The reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year will perform at RodeoHouston on March 9, less than two weeks before she kicks off her global Lainey Wilson: LIVE Tour on March 20th in Melbourne, Australia. That tour will wrap up on May 3 in Oslo, Norway. She will then enjoy a brief time at home before she begins her Country’s Cool Again Tour on May 31 in Nashville.

Last year’s RodeoHouston also marked a new milestone for Paisley. The West Virginia native was inducted into the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo’s prestigious Star Trail of Fame, where he also performed for the 15th time.

“RodeoHouston has invested in this show, in a way that I’ve never seen,” Paisley said at the time. “I can’t even tell you what it means. The names up there are absolutely staggering. And that’s what’s crazy, you see Selena, Elvis, Roy Rogers …and then some guy that nobody knows.”

Tickets for all of the RodeoHouston shows will be available beginning on January 18 at