Jon Pardi Makes RodeoHouston Debut In Front Of Nearly 73,000 Fans

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SHEESH, 2022 was a huge year for RodeoHouston.

Last week, we learned that Cody Johnson became only the third singer ever to sellout RodeoHouston on opening night, joining the likes of George Strait and Garth Brooks.

With that being said, Johnson wasn’t the only one to have a groundbreaking performance at this year’s event.

Jon Pardi made his RodeoHouston debut on Saturday night, and needless to say it was an unforgettable one, as his show set an all-time event attendance record.

The California Cowboy sold 72,859 tickets, the highest paid attendance of the year so far.

He was originally scheduled to play RodeoHouston back in 2020, until the event was cut short due to COVID-19, and was completely cancelled in 2021, so you already know that Pardi was foaming at the mouth to see what all of the hype was about.

I’d say 2022 has gotten off to one helluva start for Pardi so far, as he’s dropped a new single “Last Night Lonely,” announced a new album, along with his upcoming “Ain’t Always the Cowboy Tour,” which will feature Lainey Wilson and Hailey Whitters.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock