Country music icon Blake Shelton will be bringing his latest hits to NRG Stadium in Texas on March 19 as part of the Houston Rodeo 2015 concert lineup. The Oklahoma native dropped his ninth studio album, "Bringing Back the Sunshine," last fall, and he's likely to perform some of the chart-topping release's biggest tracks, including "Neon Light" and "Lonely Tonight." Make sure you secure your spot in the audience for this Thursday evening performance and enjoy the company of one of the music world's most adored personalities in concert.
NRG Stadium Seating Information
The stage for the Blake Shelton Houston Rodeo concert will be arranged in the center of the NRG Stadium floor. Seating is available in at least six unique levels of the stadium, beginning closest to the stage in the Lower Level, which includes Sections 101-140 as well as the Chute Seats immediately in front of Sections 115-118. Moving higher up in the arena, there are also seats in the 300 Level, which includes the Mezzanine and the Club areas, as well as in the 500 Level (Loge) and the 600 Level (Grid Iron). Additionally, there are standing-room-only admission passes for the concert, as well as more private suites situated throughout the stadium.
NRG Stadium General Information
Children are allowed to attend this show, but anyone over the age of two will need a ticket to enter the stadium. Prohibited items for the Blake Shelton Houston Rodeo concert will include audio and video recorders, footballs, alcohol, and artificial noisemakers.
NRG Stadium Parking Information
Various pay-to-park lots are available for Houston Rodeo 2015 attendees. You can secure a parking permit for one of the closer lots by clicking on the highlighted "Parking" button underneath the NRG Stadium seating chart featured on this page. Additional parking will be available in lots that stand farther away from the stadium. These lots usually accept a cash fee on the day of the event, but be sure to arrive early to secure a space.
NRG Stadium Gate Times
For the Blake Shelton Houston Rodeo concert, fans should be able to enter NRG Stadium by at least 6 p.m. local time. Note that entry to the grounds will be likely open to concert attendees earlier than the time the rodeo starts.
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