The Houston Livestock Rodeo
is a favorite past time. I remember the first time I ever went was to see a Brian McKnight concert. Remember when his song “Back At One” was the biggest hit? Kenny Chesney, Destiny’s Child, Taylor Swift are a few others I have seen at the Houston Rodeo.
On Sunday March 4th, my older sister and I took Audra to see Big Time Rush.
I wore my outfit to match Audra’s outfit. Cause that’s what sisters do.
I love my sisters – those trolls.
Big Time Rush is a cute little boy band who have their own show, cleverly called Big Time Rush, on Nickelodeon. It seems that now-a-days you have to have a popular TV show before you can have a successful music career.
Anyways, these Big Time Rush guys SOLD OUT Reliant Stadium, which seats more than 70,000 people. Wow, just wow!
I was a little disappointed with the availability of vegan options at the Rodeo.
But those who dance in the rain are the happiest.
Our tickets said the Rodeo started at 3:45 PM. And the concert started around 6:10 PM. The opening act was China Anne McLaine and two of her sisters. I had no clue who she was, but all of the screaming girls around us loved them and knew all of the words.
She screamed THE ENTIRE concert. I still can’t hear properly.
After the rodeo, we went to Kroger so I could buy some kale. It’s normal.
So, I had fun because I was with my sisters. And I secretly LOVE the Big Time Rush songs. You’ve probably seen their songs on some of my workout playlists. But, as a vegan, it was really hard to watch the treatment of the animals.
I never noticed how the horses are whipped so that they could run faster until now. And how the ropes are tied around the cows’ necks to pull them in a direction they don’t want to be pulled. I was almost in tears!!! Yet, the tens of thousands of people were hollering and cheering this on? Wow. Just wow. Where is the humanity in this?
What was the last concert you saw? Have you ever been to a rodeo?