Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo(HLSR) Group Transportation Service

By | 2017-12-25T13:42:43+00:00 February 16th, 2017|News|0 Comments

For any Houstonian, our favorite time of the year isn’t Christmas, but when the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is in town! NRG Stadium’s parking lot is transformed into an experience that cannot be missed. The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo features the best BBQ in town, livestock shows, horse shows, concerts with major headliners such as Luke Bryan, Willie Nelson, Alicia Keys, The Chainsmokers, Sam Hunt, Florida Georgia Line, Chris Young, and the list continues! After the concert, you can walk over to the carnival and enjoy all the games and prizes and better yet the carnival food, Nacho Bucket, Deep-Fried Strawberry Shortcake, Pickle Fries, Deep-Fried Twix candy bars, and the list goes on and on.

With all this excitement, don’t forget the one thing we all tend to do last minute is plan our transportation to the event. If you have a large group attending, coordinating is a giant chore and the last thing you want to do when you’re looking forward to having a good time at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Instead of arranging multiple vehicles to transport your group, or having to deal with absurd surge pricing, why not look at renting a bus. The party begins the moment you get on the bus and after all the fun you’ve had at the Houston Live Stock Show and Rodeo, the bus will be waiting for you and your guests to take everyone safely back. At Western Motorcoach, we offer an excellent fleet of buses to entertain and service your group.

The 2017 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo will take place on March 7-26, at Hoston’s NRG Park. Aaron Watson will be the first artist to perform at this year’s event, on March 7; the singer-songwriter helped announce the Rodeo’s lineup via Facebook Live just after midnight on Jan. 9. In addition to Stapleton (March 9) and Nelson (March 18), other artists performing at the 2017 Houston Rodeo include Thomas Rhett (March 15), Florida Georgia Line (March 20) and Zac Brown Band (March 26), among others; a complete lineup is below.

March 7 — Aaron Watson
March 8 — Old Dominion
March 9 — Chris Stapleton
March 10 — Alicia Keys
March 11 — Alan Jackson
March 12 — The Chainsmokers
March 13 — Sam Hunt
March 14 — Meghan Trainor
March 15 — Thomas Rhett
March 16 — Luke Bryan
March 17 — Fifth Harmony
March 18 — Willie Nelson
March 19 — Banda El Recodo and Siggno
March 20 — Florida Georgia Line
March 21 — ZZ Top
March 22 — Chris Young
March 23 — Blink 182
March 24 — Dierks Bentley
March 25 — Brad Paisley
March 26 — Zac Brown Band

In addition to the Houston Rodeo’s mainstage performances, up-and-comers will be playing at the Hideout, a pop-up honky-tonk, and during the World’s Championship Bar-B-Que Contest.

So put on your best cowboy boots and grab your hat and enjoy everything the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo has to offer. Plan ahead and give us a call to book a bus so you can sit back and enjoy the ride with friends and family without dealing with the traffic and parking.