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World-Famous Entertainers Set To Perform At 2014 RodeoHouston®

HOUSTON, Jan. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Houston's most anticipated announcement was released by Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™ officials — the 2014 RodeoHouston entertainer lineup. Twenty-one talented musicians, from a 1980's rock legend to one of 2013's most publicized musical artists, will entertain RodeoHouston fans March 4 – 23, 2014.

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"The range of talented artists illustrates the Show's diversity," said Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo President Joel Cowley. "We are welcoming new, upcoming artists as well as celebrating timeless legends."

Tickets go on sale Saturday, Jan. 18, 2014, at 10 a.m., at rodeohouston.com, all Ticketmaster locations (excluding the Reliant Park Box office until Monday, Jan. 20) and by phone at 1.800.726.1313.

STAR ENTERTAINMENT
Several popular musical genres are represented in this dynamic entertainer lineup, and together, the 21 celebrated musicians have a remarkable collection of distinguished industry honors, including one membership in the Country Music Hall of Fame, four in the Grand Ole Opry, 25 GRAMMY® awards, 56 Academy of Country Music awards, and 38 Country Music Association awards.

Tuesday, March 4...................................................................................................Brad Paisley
Wednesday, March 5* – Armed Forces Appreciation Day, sponsored by BHP Billiton ..... Eli Young Band
Thursday, March 6............................................................................................................ Reba
Friday, March 7 – Black Heritage Day, sponsored by Kroger ............................................... Usher
Saturday, March 8.................................................................................................. Chris Young Sunday, March 9............................................................................................... Selena Gomez
Monday, March 10........................................................................................ REO Speedwagon
Tuesday, March 11.............................................................................................. Jason Aldean
Wednesday, March 12*............................................................................................ Jake Owen
Thursday, March 13.................................................................................................... Maroon 5 Friday, March 14.................................................................................................... Keith Urban Saturday, March 15.............................................................................................. Hunter Hayes
Sunday, March 16Go Tejano Day.............................................................. Pesado, Banda MS
Monday, March 17............................................................... Luke Bryan, presented by Miller Lite
Tuesday, March 18............................................................................................... Robin Thicke
Wednesday, March 19*..............................................................................Florida Georgia Line
Thursday, March 20............................................................................................. Blake Shelton Friday, March 21................................................................................................. Easton Corbin
Saturday, March 22 – RodeoHouston BP Super Series Championship................... The Band Perry
Sunday, March 23 – RodeoHouston Super Shootout®, presented by Crown Royal............Zac Brown Band

*Value Wednesdays include $10 upper level Rodeo tickets, plus values throughout Reliant Park.

INDIVIDUAL RODEO TICKETS

  • Rodeo ticket prices range from $18 to $21, plus Ticketmaster convenience and handling charges (a few performances may have a limited number of tickets available from $24 to $86).
    • Upper level Value Wednesday tickets are $10.
    • A limited number of Chute Seats, located directly behind the bucking chutes, are available for $200 and $300, and include food, soft drinks, and the opportunity to watch the star entertainer from the Reliant Stadium floor.
  • Purchase individual Rodeo tickets:
  • VISA, MasterCard, Discover (Ticketmaster only) and American Express cards will be accepted online, in person or by phone at 1.800.726.1313. 
  • Beginning Monday, Jan. 20, tickets will be available at the Reliant Park Box Office, with no service charge. 
  • A 10-ticket purchase limit is set for all 20 performances through the first day of public sales, Saturday, Jan. 18, 2014.

SEASON TICKETS ARE STILL AVAILABLE (Loge and Upper Level)

  • Season ticket options start as low as $336, plus shipping and handling.
  • Season tickets are NOT available at any other ticket outlet, including Ticketmaster. Call the Rodeo Ticket Office to purchase season tickets, 832.667.1080.

The 2014 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo runs March 4 – 23 at Reliant Park. The Show is a Section 501(c)(3) charity that benefits youth, supports education, and facilitates better agricultural practices through exhibitions and presentation. Since its beginning in 1932, the Show has committed more than $350 million to the youth of Texas. For tickets and more information, visit rodeohouston.com and connect with RodeoHouston online via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Pinterest and Tumblr for all of the latest news. Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Heritage Partners are Reliant, Ford, Miller Lite, Coca-Cola, BP America and Mattress Firm.

Click here to watch the full announcement: http://youtu.be/jyETXHtmSMg

SOURCE Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo

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