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The 18 music acts we'd love to see at RodeoHouston 2018

The 18 music acts we'd love to see at RodeoHouston 2018

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Garth Brooks is headlining RodeoHouston 2018, but there's a long list of acts that could follow. Courtesy photo

We already know Garth Brooks is kicking off — and closing — RodeoHouston 2018, but there are still 18 performance slots up for grabs.

The official lineup will be announced tonight, but we figured we'd put our suggestions out there. (RodeoHouston kicks off on February 27 and runs through March 18, 2018.)

Here's who we're hoping to see at NRG Stadium:

Lady Gaga: After her Super Bowl LI performance, Gaga is always welcome back to H-Town.

Destiny's Child: It's the right city for the reunion everybody needs in their life.

Faith Hill + Tim McGraw: No need to explain. Just take our money, RodeoHouston.

Drake: Drake loves Houston. Houston loves Drake. This is a no-brainer.

Vicente Fernandez: He's the 'George Strait' of Mexico, and if he were to come out of retirement for Rodeo, we know he'll set records.

George Strait: While we're at it, let's bring back King George, too.

Paul Wall/Slim Thug/Bun B: Keepin' it local with some of our favorite acts from Hustletown.

A night of local ladies: Take Baytown's RaeLynn, Sugar Land's Maddie from 'Maddie and Tae,' and Cypress' Danielle Bradberry. Amazing.

Selena hologram: Enough said.

Carrie Underwood: We love Carrie! She would make you proud, RodeoHouston.

Adele: We'd all like to say 'Hello' to the 25 album artist!

Taylor Swift: Remember Taylor's concert downtown? RodeoHouston's 'Wildest Dreams' and mega records would be set with Taylor Swift at NRG Stadium.

Beyonce & Jay-Z: Could you imagine?


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