Next year’s RodeoHouston tickets and season passes are now up for grabs, but Upper Level seating has increased.
The 2019 rodeo will run for 21 days, and is set to kick-off on Monday, February 25 at Houston, Texas’ NRG Stadium. Shows will continue through Sunday, March 17, with a performance from country star George Strait on the final night. This will be his 30th RodeoHouston show.
According to ABC 13, the prices of Chute Seats, Club Level, Field Level, and Loge Level season tickets are the same as they were last year, but Upper Level seating prices have increased from $360 to $400. Additionally, the price for Action Seats have increased by $25, rodeo organizers said.
Although RodeoHouston is still 7 months away, Season Tickets went on sale yesterday. Season passes allow guests to see all 20 performances throughout the season, which averages to $20 per concert for Upper Level seats. Holders also have the ability to add George Strait shows to their order for a separate fee. Those in the Action Seats can experience the show in more comfortable chairs, additional leg room, and individual cup holders.
The non-profit organization, which is supported by more than 34,000 volunteers, has distributed over $450 million to Texas youth since 1932. RodeoHouston is the world’s largest livestock show which features rodeo action and top superstars in concert.
Individual tickets will go on sale in January 2019.
Last Updated on August 2, 2018 by Olivia Perreault