The 2014 Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo lineup has just been announced, and per usual, it boasts some of today's biggest and brightest country stars!

Much-loved stars Keith Urban, Hunter Hayes and Luke Bryan will be rocking out the Texas stage, in addition to a few pop acts, but for the most part, like any good rodeo, this event is totally country.

The 2014 dynamic event runs from March 4 through March 23, starting with Brad Paisley and ending with Zac Brown Band. Other top-notch country acts performing include Eli Young Band, Reba McEntire, Chris Young, Jason Aldean, Jake Owen, Florida Georgia Line, Blake Shelton, Easton Corbin and the Band Perry.

“The range of talented artists illustrates the Show’s diversity,” says Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo President Joel Cowley. “We are welcoming new, upcoming artists as well as celebrating timeless legends.”

The entertainment lineup is one that country fans won't want to miss; together, the 21 celebrated musicians include one membership in the Country Music Hall of Fame, four in the Grand Ole Opry, 25 Grammy awards, 56 ACM awards and 38 CMA awards.

It wasn't clear if last year's slew of country stars could be beat, but the 2014 Houston Rodeo lineup already has everyone buzzing.

The Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo is the world's largest livestock show and rodeo and benefits youth, supports education and facilitates better agricultural practices through exhibitions and presentation. It's certainly done a lot of good over the years -- since its genesis in 1932, the event has given more than $350 million to the youth of Texas.

Tickets for the 2014 Houston Rodeo go on sale Jan. 18 here.

2014 Rodeo Houston Lineup:

March 4 – Brad Paisley
March 5 – Eli Young Band
March 6 – Reba
March 7 – Usher
March 8 – Chris Young
March 9 – Selena Gomez
March 10 – REO Speedwagon
March 11 – Jason Aldean
March 12 – Jake Owen
March 13 – Maroon 5
March 14 – Keith Urban
March 15 – Hunter Hayes
March 16 – Pesado, Banda MS
March 17 – Luke Bryan
March 18 – Robin Thicke
March 19 – Florida Georgia Line
March 20 – Blake Shelton
March 21 – Easton Corbin
March 22 – The Band Perry
March 23 – Zac Brown Band