The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is issuing a limited number of 2023 season tickets that go on sale Tuesday, August 9th

Houston, Texas– After nearly two years of inactivity due to the pandemic, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo made a triumphant return of Texas grandeur this year to toast its 90th anniversary. RodeoHouston’s epic comeback saw a history-making hip-hop takeover—including SLABs on the rodeo floor—by our local legend Bun B, inspired shows by Gwen Stefani and Journey, and a fitting conclusion by the King of Country.

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While RodeoHouston 2022 will be hard to top, fans can now prepare for next year’s iteration as a limited number of 2023 season tickets go on sale Tuesday, August 9 at 10am. Season tickets are available online and start at $500, with a purchase limit of eight tickets per household, according to a Rodeo press release.

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As CultureMap reported in April, next year’s rodeo will take place from February 28th to March 19th. These 2023 season tickets for sale include all 20 RodeoHouston performances. For those more interested in individual tickets, these will go on sale once the 2023 star entertainer lineup is announced per rodeo at a later date.

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