Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo 2011

Are you looking for something to do this Spring Break? I suggest the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. If you are new or old to Houston, this is a great thing to do. With the economy and gas prices rising, most of us are doing staycations. Plan a day at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Here are some things to do:


Did you know that Wednesday, March 16 is Value Day? $10 Value Day Rodeo/Concert Ticket (includes Reliant Park admission)
superstar entertainer
championship rodeo action
upper level of Reliant Stadium

For $10, you can come in and see the animals at Reliant Center, and finish the day with a concert.

Values on the grounds:
*$5 Value Day Reliant Park Admission (does not include rodeo/concert admission - purchase at the Reliant Park gates)

*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 and Astroworld 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

Did you know that the rodeo gives out scholarships? Some of the money from the rodeo is used to help kids go to a Texas college or university. Thanks to the rodeo's committment since 1932. The first scholarship was given in 1957.

The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo last until the 20th, so grab the family and go have a great time!!

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