Fair Park Music Hall
The curtain at the Music Hall at Fair Park rose for the first time on October 10, 1925, with the musical premiere of Sigmund Romberg's, "The Student Prince."
Designed in Spanish Baroque style with Moorish architectural influences, the Music Hall's design reaches its pinnacle in its six soaring stair towers capped with cast drum and dome. Also awe-inspiring are the five great arcade porches that afford sweeping views of Fair Park.
Three major renovations since its debut have transformed the Music Hall at Fair Park into a glittering gem with air conditioning, a grand foyer, the Crystal Terrace Restaurant, ample dressing rooms, an infrared headset station and 3, 420 seats.
Today, the stunning structure is the home for Broadway musical touring companies, grand opera, ballet and other dance productions, concerts (including live global television broadcasts), national pageants and myriad other large and small public and private functions.
But the Music Hall at Fair Park goes beyond being just an entertainment venue. It is also the host of numerous corporate meetings, black tie affairs, luncheons and banquets.
You‚'ll find The Music Hall at Fair Park near the Main Gate and Gate 4, in the western end of the park's grounds.
The Music Hall at Fair Park