Those in attendance on Saturday evening, September 14, 2013, at the Pasadena Livestock Show and Rodeo in the Houston suburb of Pasadena, Texas were treated to great rodeo riding and roping; and closed the night out with the country music of Texas favorite Kevin Fowler.
Fowler entertained the fans on the dirt of the infield of the Ross Kelley Rodeo Arena on a newly installed rotating stage that lowers from the rafters inside the arena.
The Amarillo, Texas native wowed the crowd, playing many of his hits, including “Hell Yeah, I Like Beer,” “Girl in a Truck,” “How Country are Ya,” and “Here’s to me and You.”
Prior to the concert, lines were long as fans waited to meet Fowler at an official “meet and greet” event on the rodeo grounds.
Fans crowded the arena floor and stood nine-to-ten deep around the revolving stage to get the best view of Fowler; with many dancing and signing along to the songs.
The second day of the livestock show and rodeo kicked off with the annual rodeo parade through the downtown streets of Pasadena with local high school marching bands, dance squads and beauty pageant winners featured on the various floats.
The livestock show and rodeo continues through Saturday, Sept. 21 with Jason Cassidy performing on Wednesday, Sept. 18; followed by Wade Bowen, Jack Ingram and Dustin Lynch on Thursday, Sept. 19, Tracy Lawrence on Friday, Sept. 20, with the Josh Abbott Band closing out the rodeo on Saturday, Sept. 21.