From Tim McGraw to Lady Antebellum, Bruno Mars to Jake Owen, the 2013 Houston Rodeo had a full line-up of concerts featuring a wide-range of fantastic acts. On Thursday, March 14, Pitbull hit the stage in front of over 144,000 fans at Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas; the fourth busiest night of the 2013 rodeo.
The hip-hop artist was delivered to the stage in a black SUV and immediately had the crowd excited for the show. Performing hit-after-hit, the entire concert was electric. Pitbull thanked Houston and Texas many times for their support, pleasing the crowd.
While the concert performance was fantastic, someone really needs to give Pitbull some new dance moves and help him out with his clothing options – at every live concert he only has three hip-shaking moves, and he only wears a black suit with a black shirt and sunglasses. Really? Come on.
The stage, which spun a full 365 degrees, was assembled in the centre of the stadium and featured eight massive screens. From the lighting to the fireworks, the show was visually impressive. The sound quality was very good for such a large stadium; concert goers were moving and shaking throughout the one-and-a-half hour long performance.
Tickets for the full evening of events, which included singing of the national anthem, professional rodeo events, kids rodeo event, and the Pitbull concert ranged from $18-$300.