It's almost time for one of the most anticipated events of the year.
We're talking about the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, and it began in 1932.
It's held at NRG Park February 27th through March 18th, and features thrilling competitions such as Super Shootout, the Cutting Horse Show, and Calf Scramble.
In addition, it also offers a fabulous concert lineup, and those 21 and over don't want to miss The Hideout.
As the rodeo's very own honky tonk, it's complete with a spacious dance floor and several bars.
It's open daily from 6:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m., and performers will include:
Clay Hollis (February 28)
Clay Hollis hails from San Antonio, and is known for performing country music in its purest form. His passion for singing began at an early age, and he recently released his debut EP which producers state features "Look Who's Hurting Now," a powerful ballad that's beyond his years. His set list also includes songs such as "Strait to Jones," "Call it a Night," and "It's My Money."
Kimberly Dunn (March 3)
Kimberly Dunn has a spunky personality and knows how to hold a crowd. She bought her first guitar at thirteen after attending an Eric Johnson concert, and has been playing ever since. When Kimberly writes songs, she builds on the melody, and her repertoire includes "Common as the Rain," "Forever on the Run," and "Heart of Stone."
Jarrod Birmingham (March 5)
Jarrod Birmingham believes that country music should reflect the people, and he has been compared to Waylon Jennings and Hank Williams, Jr. He's a former professional bull rider who now takes to the stage at venues throughout Texas. His shows are full of energy, and songs include "All About Me," "Burnin' My Candle," and "Not in My Grave."
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