Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™ Officials Announce Three Superstar Entertainers, Value Days

Dec 13, 2010, 12:58 ET from Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo

HOUSTON, Dec. 13, 2010 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo officials announced three star performers as part of the lineup for the 2011 RODEOHOUSTON™ Value Days ticket options, Armed Forces Appreciation Day and artist lineup for The Hideout.


Wednesday, March 2Trace Adkins Armed Forces Appreciation Day

Wednesday, March 9Martina McBride

Wednesday, March 16Miranda Lambert


All three Wednesdays (March 2, 9 and 16) during the 2011 Show will be designated as Value Days, with these incredible entertainment value options:

$10 Value Day Rodeo/Concert Ticket (includes Reliant Park admission)

  • superstar entertainer
  • championship rodeo action
  • upper level of Reliant Stadium

$5 Value Day Reliant Park Admission (does not include rodeo/concert admission)

Free Value Day Reliant Park Admission (for seniors, 60 and over, and children, 12 and under — does not include rodeo/concert admission)

$5 Value Day Miller Lite Main Street Yellow Lot Parking (available until 3 p.m. each Wednesday)

Free Shuttle Service at Reed Road Park & Ride Lot (Reed Road at Highway 288 – no charge to park – ride shuttle for free to and from Reliant Park – available until 3 p.m. each Wednesday)

Values on the Grounds

  • $5 off a $25 or more purchase at any official Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo merchandise booth
  • $1 games and $1 food bites at the Kids Country Carnival from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Value Days pricing at various food and merchandise vendors

Values in Reliant Stadium

  • $5 value meals and other discounts at various food and drink concession stands

More Value Days items will be announced prior to the 2011 Show.

"Value Days are a great way to come and experience the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo," said Skip Wagner, president of the Show. "With incredible entertainers and amazing deals on each Wednesday of the Show, families cannot beat a low-cost, fun-filled day of entertainment and rodeo action."

HOW TO PURCHASE VALUE DAYS TICKETS (available for purchase now) Value Days tickets can be purchased by:

visiting www.rodeohouston.com

calling the Show's Ticket Office at 832.667.1080

visiting the Show's Ticket Windows on the second floor of Reliant Center, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

visiting Fiesta Mart stores statewide


Armed Forces Appreciation Day honors the brave men and women serving in the U. S. Armed Forces. Military personnel, veterans, families, friends and the general public are encouraged to attend. Come out, dress in red, white, and blue, and show your appreciation for the troops, past and present, and their selfless dedication and service to the United States.

Free Reliant Park Admission (for service men and women in uniform or with a military ID on Armed Forces Appreciation Day).


Located on the east side of Reliant Astrodome, The Hideout, a club open to Show visitors, offers you a chance to hear some of the best in Texas music and up-and-coming country artists just for the price of admission to Reliant Park.

2011 Hideout Lineup

Tuesday, March 1Gary P. Nunn

Wednesday, March 2 – Honeybrowne

Thursday, March 3Cody Johnson

Friday, March 4Keith Frank

Saturday, March 5Jarrod Birmingham

Sunday, March 6 – DJ Music

Monday, March 7 – Honky Tonk Heroes

Tuesday, March 8Paul Eason

Wednesday, March 9Jamie Richards

Thursday, March 10 – Turnpike Troubadours

Friday, March 11 – JD Newbury

Saturday, March 12Zona Jones

Sunday, March 13Go Tejano Day

Monday, March 14Brian Burke

Tuesday, March 15Rob Baird

Wednesday, March 16Kyle Park

Thursday, March 17Mark McKinney

Friday, March 18 – Kenefick

Saturday, March 19Todd Fritsch

Sunday, March 20Kyle Bennett Band

The Hideout is open for those 21 and older.

open 6 p.m. to midnight, Sunday – Thursday

open 6 p.m. to 1 a.m., Friday and Saturday

weekday entertainers perform at 10:15 p.m.

weekend entertainers perform at 8:30 p.m.


The only sure way to see all 20 performances is with Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Season Tickets. Season Tickets start as low as $336.

Mini-Season Tickets, with nine great performances in each option, start at $146. Mini-Season Ticket seating is in the loge and upper levels of Reliant Stadium.

Option A Dates

Tuesday, March 1 – Traditional Country

Thursday, March 3Sugarland

Monday, March 7 – Traditional Country

Tuesday, March 8 – Hot Country

Thursday, March 10 – Hot Country

Monday, March 14 – Rock/Country

*Wednesday, March 16Miranda Lambert

Friday, March 18 – Traditional Country

Saturday, March 19Brad Paisley

Option B Dates

*Wednesday, March 2Trace Adkins

Saturday, March 5 – Hot Country

Sunday, March 6Selena Gomez

*Wednesday, March 9Martina McBride

Friday, March 11 – Hot Country Saturday, March 12 – Country Tuesday, March 15  – Classic Rock

Thursday, March 17Zac Brown Band

Sunday, March 20 – Hot Country

*Upper level tickets on Value Day Wednesdays are only $10.

Black Heritage Day, Friday, March 4, and Go Tejano Day, Sunday, March 13, are available as part of the Season Ticket line-up, but are not included in the Mini-Season Ticket options. The full 2011 RODEOHOUSTON line-up will be announced Jan. 10, 2011. Individual tickets will go on sale Jan. 15.


Season Tickets and both Mini-Season options are on sale now and can be purchased by:

visiting www.rodeohouston.com

calling the Show's Ticket Office at 832.667.1080

visiting the Show's Ticket Windows on the second floor of Reliant Center, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Season Tickets and Mini-Season Tickets are NOT available at any other ticket outlet, including Ticketmaster. Visit www.rodeohouston.com for a Reliant Stadium seating chart and more information. The Season Ticket and Mini-Season Ticket costs also include admission to Reliant Center, Reliant Arena and the carnival.

The 2011 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo runs Tuesday, March 1, through Sunday, March 20. The Show is a Section 501(c)(3) charitable event, committed to benefiting youth, supporting education, and facilitating better agricultural practices through exhibitions and presentation. Since its beginning in 1932, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo has contributed more than $265 million to scholarships, research, endowments, calf scramble participants, junior show exhibitors, the Rodeo Institute for Teacher Excellence™, School Art participants, and other educational and youth programs.

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