2019 Houston Rodeo Concert Lineup is Huge

The 2019 Houston Rodeo Concert Lineup is now official! That George Strait, Lyle Lovett and Robert Earl Keen will close out the rodeo on March 17th was known for a while, but now that the lineup is official here’s our list of the top 3 surprises. Read the full official lineup below.

Top 3 Houston Rodeo Lineup Surprises

#3: Camila Cabello

The former Fifth Harmony singer/songwriter is one of the biggest Pop acts in this year’s Houston Rodeo Concert. Cabello released her first solo album, Camila, which debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart. She’s just completed a 37-stop international tour, which didn’t stop in Texas. Camila Cabello performs at the rodeo on March 5th. Finally coming to the Lone Star State!

#2: Brooks & Dunn

Iconic country duo Brooks and Dunn will perform together for the first time since 2015 and their first time in Texas since retiring in 2009. Check them out on February 27th. Line up and get your dancin’ boots ready!

#1: Cardi B

Cardi B will be a first time Houston Rodeo performer this year and in the first Friday slot. Coming off no regular degular shmegular 2018, she received the most nominations at both the MTV Music Awards and American Music Awards and (among many other honors including 5 Grammy nominations) was also the top streamed female artist on both Apple Music and Spotify. Check her out on March 1st. Okuuuuuuurt?

Full 2019 Houston Rodeo Concert Official Lineup:

February 25: Kacey Musgraves
February 26: Prince Royce
February 27: Brooks & Dunn
February 28: Luke Bryan
March 1 (Friday): Cardi B
March 2 (Saturday): Turnpike Troubadours
March 3 (Sunday): Panic! at the Disco
March 4: Old Dominion
March 5: Camila Cabello
March 6: Luke Combs
March 7: Tim McGraw
March 8 (Friday): Zedd
March 9 (Saturday): Kane Brown
March 10 (Sunday): Los Tigres del Norte
March 11: Zac Brown Band
March 12: Kings of Leon
March 13: Santana
March 14: Chris Stapleton
March 15 (Friday): Cody Johnson
March 16 (Saturday): Brad Paisley
March 17 (Sunday): George Strait with special guests Lyle Lovett and Robert Earl Keen

Update: Post was updated once lineup was official at 7pm.



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