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HOUSTON (KIAH) – We’re in the press box tonight with a look at the show…

Opening intro included hometown sports greats like Houston “Luv Ya Blue” Oiler Earl Campell. Astros great Jeff Bagwell and more!

Young act then Slim Thug hit the stage to perform with a Swisha House backdrop and boombox graphics.

Paul Wall hit the stage sporting a cowboy hat and dark shades to jam “Still Tippin.”

Next up Chamillionaire with “Ridin Dirty.” Sporting a black bandana. Grey shorts and red shoes.

Bun B comes out with a Screwed Up Click graphic. Lil Flip hits the stage. Then he’s joined by a female vocalist to sing “Sunshine.”

Lil Keke joins to sing “South Side.” Sporting a red cap, White sweats under a red puffy vest. Dark pants and shades.

The crowd is stunned when low rider slabs of gorgeous red, blue and green slab rides hit the dirt.

Then H-town sang “Knocking the boots.”

Robin Schulz sang “Sugar how you get so fly?”

LeToya Luckett sang “Torn.” Stunning in all white.

Bun B hops on stage to recognize it’s Luckett and Paul Wall’s birthday and had the stadium sing “Happy Birthday to them. So GREAT!

A Rap-A-Lot graphic is up all green with an artist out of Third Ward… singing about weed.

Willie D of Houston’s legendary Ghetto Boys enters the stage solo. Drops “Minds Playing Tricks On Me.” At the end of his song, photos of Bushwick Bill and Scarface display on the screen.

Tobe Nwigwe hits the stage to perform with all women group of vocalists and dancers. Spiritual. Cultural. “Fye Fye” is the track. He’s from Houston’s Alief area.

A graphic hits the screen in memory of Pimp C as Bun B hits the stage in a white cowboy hat. Red and blue lettering of H-Town across his back on a white long sleeve jacket. “Big Pimpin” is the track. Neon boombox graphics circulate the stage. Dotted lighting around the arena. A real southwestern display. The arena sings along.

Bun B wraps the performance with “Get Throwed” as all the performers join him on stage. He thanks the group. “I love everybody on this stage.”

The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo have announced more artists for Bun B’s H-town Takeover. The new acts will join the five previously announced artists and Bun B for their RODEOHOUSTON debut performance, March 11, 2022, for Black Heritage Day.

ESG hits the stage solo with “Slangin and Bangin.” Wearing a western shirt, cowboy hat hanging down his back. A pale belt with some shine and baggy jeans tucked into cowboy boots.

A photo of DJ Screw (RIP) and a trio of tight slabs hit the dirt.

Weather tonight will be cold, wet and windy. CW39’s Star Harvey has this look at tonight’s forecast if you’re heading to Rodeo Houston.

Bun B’s H-Town Takeover includes Bun B, Paul Wall, Slim Thug, Lil Flip, Lil Keke, and Z-Ro. This morning, RodeoHouston added four new artists: Baby Bash, Pig Pokey, Frankie J, and H-town.

Thanks to Bun B for helping us put this group of Houston rap legends together. We think this all-star list will make an unforgettable Black Heritage Day performance.

Chris Boleman, president and CEO of the Rodeo

“This is a once in a lifetime opportunity,” said Bun B. “It deserves a once in a lifetime show. Hopefully you’ll join us to see it!”

CW39’s Sydney Simone spoke with a representative of the Black Heritage Day event… Here’s a look.

Individual tickets for the March 11 performance are on sale at Ticket prices start at $20, plus a $4 convenience fee. You can learn more at