Comfort Inn East
1016 Maxey Road
Houston, TX 77015
Phone: (713) 455-8888
Fax: (713) 451-1984
This theatre has stadium seating and wide screens for your viewing pleasure, as well as a sophisticated Dolby sound system. For an even more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information, please call or visit the website.
This might be the oldest of its kind in the East Side of Houston. Located in the Second Ward, The White Swan Live opened its doors in 1948 and has featured some of the best rock and metal bands of the country. Apart from rap and hip hop, all other genres of music is played here.
Featuring Hollywood's hottest hits on a daily basis, this theater says it all with their name. And what about those huge screens? They also feature high-demand, comfortable stadium seating, so you can have the best view in the house, no matter where you sit. All the typical movie goodies are available at various snack bars located throughout the complex. Ticket prices and show times vary.
Originally inaugurated as the Pasadena Memorial Stadium in 1965, this stadium was renamed the Pasadena ISD's Veterans' Stadium in 2006, in an endeavor to honor war veterans. The stadium also includes Newcomb Field, a football field dedicated to retired coach Bill Newcomb, which hosts varsity games in the winter. This 16,800-capacity stadium is used largely for high school games.
Over the course of more than two decades, Jefferson Davis McKissack, a Houston postal worker who loved oranges, built The Orange Show one found object at a time. He dreamt it would one day become a major attraction. He died just seven months after opening its doors. Recognizing The Orange Show's importance as one of the finest examples of folk art environments in the U.S., a group of supporters formed the Orange Show Foundation to preserve the monument. They're also responsible for the internationally renowned Art Car Festival. Besides visiting The Orange Show, you can also take one of the Foundations' Eyeopener Tours.
Opened in 1969, Hofheinz Pavilion was named after Judge Roy Hofheinz, a Houston politician, businessman and philanthropist and an alumnus of Houston University. The 8,500 seater pavilion is a multi-purpose arena on the University of Houston's campus. It is home to the University of Houston Cougars men's and women's basketball teams, as well as the women's volleyball team. Many concerts including performances by Rolling Stones, Allman Brothers, Steve Martin, BB King and many have taken place here.
The state-of-the-art Cullen Performance Hall is located on the University of Houston campus. Since 1948, it has been used for a myriad of events. These include music concerts, opera, modern dance and theatrical performances. Although the building underwent a complete renovation in 1988, it still retains its original charm. The box office opens two hours prior to shows.
DiverseWorks, sometimes spelled "DiverseWorks," is a non-profit, community-run center of everything art in Houston. Emphasis is on new, ground-breaking visual, performance, and literary art. Events that take place here include live music, cabaret, art receptions, and plays. DivereWorks also sponsors a number of retreats and workshops designed to further enrich their patrons and the community at large. See website for complete calendar of events and info on educational programs.
This venue has two concert halls in one space. One of them is called The Ballroom, which has a capacity of 1500 and the other is The Studio, which can hold 150 people. Both have separate bars and restrooms, stages, sound, and lighting systems. The 1920's come alive in this Warehouse with leather sofas and strategically placed antique pieces. A lot of non-metered street parking is close by.
This popular stadium is located on the premises of the University of Houston. It has a total seating capacity of 32,000. It was home to the Houston Oilers from 1960 to 1964, and presently hosts the Houston Cougars football team. The exact location of the stadium is at the intersection of Texas Highway 35 and Interstate 45. Metered parking is available.
The Silver House Theater provides for a creative platform for the emerging artists, helping them brace the audience with their creativity and skill. Though, this theater came to life only about a few years ago, it has only grown along with its artists. The Silver House also hosts several events that welcome local artists, singers, poets and performers to present before a dedicated audience, every slice of performance they indite.
When it was completed in 1905, The Corinthian was the tallest and most modern building in the state. Located in a neoclassical building, this beautiful venue still retains its old charm. Host to wide array of events, it's the venue people think of when special events really need to be special. Galas, weddings, business meetings, conferences, conventions – it's all been held here. City of Houston's 158th birthday party, a reception for Vladimir Putin, dinner for Mikhail Gorbachev, lunch for the Duchess of York – to name a few events held at this majestic venue.