lasso up those tix
Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo tickets finally go on sale for 2023 concert season
Fans of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo who're eagerly awaiting their chance to score tickets for the 2023 shows can get ready to add to cart. Tickets for this year's concerts (February 28–March 19) at NRG Stadium go on sale Thursday, January 12 online.
New this year, ticket sales will go in two waves — 10 am and 2 pm — on Thursday to accommodate the online surge. Wave 1 tickets are for February 28–March 9 shows, while Wave 2 tickets are for March 10–19 shows.
An online waiting room for both windows opens at 9:30 am (Wave 1) and 1:30 pm (Wave 2). Importantly, the early waiting room entrance does not guarantee ticket access, rather a chance to buy.
Individual ticket prices start at $25, plus a $4 per ticket convenience fee, and are offered as follows:
- Upper Level: $25 or $30
- Loge Level: $40
- Club Level: $50 or $55
- Field Level: $44
- Action Seats: $155
- Hess Chute Seats: $375
Once purchased, tickets will be delivered electronically via the AXS Mobile ID; customers should plan for around 48 hours for delivery. Access purchased tickets via the AXS mobile app and the email login used to purchase tickets.
Should the rodeo sell out of standard tickets, fans can still purchase verified resale tickets through official AXS. These tickets will be available around 4 pm that same Thursday (January 12), per the rodeo. This helps buyers avoid high-priced, third party ticket vendors and stick to the source.
As CultureMap reported, RodeoHouston revealed this year's lineup on January 5. This year's showcase features a hometown name (Parker McCollum) on Opening Day, closer Luke Bryan on March 19, and a big return of Houston hip-hop icon Bun B for Black Heritage Day (Friday, March 3), this time not with a an H-Town Takeover, but with a Southern Takeover.
For tickets, full schedule, and more information, visit RodeoHouston online.