Ready 2 Rodeo? The Chainsmokers are headed back to RodeoHouston to perform in March

The Chainsmokers will be performing at the 2021 South Beach Wine & Food Festival. (Courtesy of the South Beach Wine & Food Festival)

HOUSTON – The Chainsmokers, an American electronic DJ duo, are headed back to the Houston Rodeo and Livestock Show, RodeoHouston announced.

The duo, Alexander “Alex” Pall and Andrew “Drew” Taggart, will perform on March 23 as part of the rodeo’s lineup.

This is not the Chainsmokers first rodeo as the DJs performed together in 2017 in Houston.

Tickets will go on sale on Dec. 8. via

The remaining 2023 lineup will be announced Thursday, Jan. 5.


Taggart was born and raised in Freeport, Maine, and Pall grew up in Westchester County, New York. They took the music scene by storm in 2014 when they went from remixing indie artists songs to releasing their own song “Selfie,” that became a top 20 single in multiple countries. The dynamic pair have climbed their way to the top of being some of the most successful EDM DJs out there.

The Chainsmokers credit their musical influences to music icons Pharrell Williams and DJ Deadmau5, as well as the alternative group Twenty One Pilots. The pair have won multiple awards and have landed at the top of the Billboard’s chart with their song, “Closer” featuring singer-songwriter, Halsey. Their hit track “Don’t Let Me Down,” featuring American singer Daya became their first top 5 single, as well as earned them a GRAMMY Award. Their new Album So Far So Good, released in early 2022, is the duos fourth album featuring well known songs like “Riptide” and “High.”

RODEOHOUSTON® APPEARANCES: 2017TOP FIVE SONGS: “Closer” (featuring Halsey), “Something Just Like This,” “Don’t Let me Down” (featuring Daya), “Roses” (featuring ROZES), “Paris”

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