Since its debut in 1932, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™ has grown to become the world’s largest event of its kind. Many things have changed over the years, but the Rodeo continues “to host a three-week experience that promotes agriculture, celebrates Western heritage, entertains millions, and, in the end, supports Texas youth and education with an annual commitment of $27 million,” says Rodeo President and CEO Joel Cowley. Thanks to 20 nights of live entertainment from stars of all music genres, it’s always the most highly anticipated event of the year. Keep Reading
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The 2018 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo swings into full gear tonight with a rollicking performance from country superstar Garth Brooks. For the next three weeks, Houston is Rodeo City, home to the largest livestock show and the richest regular-season rodeo in the world. Close to three million visitors will stream through the rodeo gates before all is said and done. Tony Mandola’s Gulf Coast Kitchen, never ones to miss a big event, is marking the occasion with a mouthwatering Rodeo Special.
Houston’s abuzz as everyone gets ready for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, the world’s largest livestock show and richest regular-season rodeo. This unmatched, multi-week event kicks off on Tuesday, February 27 with Garth Brooks’ sold-out concert, and the good times (which include a big-purse Rodeo, some of the biggest names in the music industry, the largest Western shopping mall, a carnival, and amazing food) roll on through March 18.
If you love the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo, you know that Texas style shines big and bright. From boots to bangles, all aspects of Southern fashion celebrate the bold spirit of the west. As the fourth largest city in America, Houston has its fair share of designers. One such local up-and-comer is Amelia King, founder of Ila and Bertie, who’s bringing handmade Southwestern jewelry to fashionistas with flair. As you prep your Rodeo outfit, meet the lady behind this new Texas label.
The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo has been a favorite Texas tradition since 1932, and now that the festivities are less than two months away, everyone’s gearing up for one of the biggest events of the year. The question on everyone’s mind? Who to see in concert. Thankfully, there’s no shortage of superstars in this year’s lineup.