Record Rodeo crowd turns out for Go Tejano Day
HOUSTON (KTRK) -- A record-breaking crowd yesterday took in sounds from Sinaloa, Mexico's La Original Banda el Limon and Texas-based Duelo at 'Go Tejano Day.'
The 74,588 fans in attendance set a new paid attendance record for the Houston rodeo. The figure beats the previous paid attendance record, also on Go Tejano Day in 2010.
Rodeo officials say four of the top 20 paid attendance records have occurred on Go Tejano Day.
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