According to the ktbx.com website, the 2010 Houston Livestock show and rodeo. The lineup is as follows:
Alan Jackson will kick the rodeo off on tuesday, March 2 at the Reliant Stadium.
The other acts include:
Wednesday, March 3-Dierks Bentley
Thursday, March 4 -Kenny Chesney
Friday, March 5 – Mary J. Blige
Saturday, March 6-Aldean
Sunday, March 7-Jonas Brothers, Demi Lovato
Monday, March 8-Tim McGraw
Tuesday, March 9-Darius Rucker
Wednesday, March 10-Rascal Flatts
Thursday, March 1-Brad Paisley
Friday, March 12-Toby Keith
Saturday, March 13-Blake Shelton
Sunday, March 14-Pesado, El Trono De Mexico
Monday, March 15 -Lady Antebellum
Tuesday, March 16-Keith Urban
Wednesday, March 17-Gary Allan
Thursday, March 18-Black Eyed Peas
Friday, March 19-Eli Young Band
Saturday, March 20-Brooks & Dunn — The Last Rodeo Tour
Sunday, March 21-Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber
Ticket sales begin on Saturday, January 16 at 10 a.m., at all Ticketmaster locations, http://www.rodeohouston.com and 1.800.726.1313. Tickets cover admission costs to Reliant Stadium, Reliant Arena, Reliant Center and the carnival with kids under two years of age admitted free.
Okay, is it just me or does this lineup suck?! I think it does. Here’s who I would want in the lineup this year in lieu of some acts like The Black Eyed Peas, Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber, Eli Young Band, Kenny Chesney, and Toby Keith. Instead, why not acts like Jeff Foxworthy and Jerry Seinfeld for a double-header comedy night, Trisha Yearwood, Gretchen Wilson (she released a new album recently, so why not let her promote it here in Houston?), Lee Ann Womack, and Casting Crowns (for a special ksbj night).