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  • Waller County Fairgrounds

    22000 Fairground Rd Hempstead, TX 77445
    979-826-2825

    http://wallercountyfair.org/index.php

  • Walter

    Walter's Downtown

    1120 Naylor Houston, TX 77002
    713-222-2679

    http://www.waltersdowntown.com Last February, Pam Robinson began the long trek of moving her club off the Washington strip and into downtown. What could have been the final nail in this beloved alternative venue's coffin has turned out to be the beginning of a new chapter. Over time, this would prove to be a smart move, as the clubs off the Washington strip continue to vacate the premises. Walters Houston, now located next to UH-Downtown, is still home to thrashers, metal-heads, scenesters and an array of subgenres. Among other things, the move has given Walters more space for parking, and the showroom is bigger, too. More >>

  • Warehouse Live

    Warehouse Live

    813 St. Emanuel Houston, TX 77003
    713-225-5483

    http://www.warehouselive.com Warehouse Live has about a million things going for it. Let's start with the obvious: the booze is cheap, and you have at least six places to get your liquid fix. The sound system is awesome, as are the venue's sight lines, in both the main ballroom and the smaller studio setting. Even cooler is the air conditioning. True, rock and roll is meant to draw sweat and stank, but some nights you just want to literally chill out and see a band without buying stock in Right Guard. The venue just added a quiet bar inside the building for when you feel like taking a break in between bands to get away from the throngs in the other rooms. More >>

  • Warehouse

    4108 Dupont Houston, TX 77021
    713-225-5483

  • Washington County Fair

    1305 E Blue Bell Rd Brenham, TX 77833
    979-836-4112

    http://www.washingtoncofair.com/

  • West University Community Center

    6104 Auden St. Houston, TX 77005-2814
    281-347-3235

  • Westwind Club

    Westwind Club

    5905 Guhn Rd Houston, TX 77040
    713-462-7204

    http://westwindclub.com/index.htm Housed in a traditional Texas country dancehall-style building in Northwest Houston, Westwind is now the oldest running honky-tonk in Houston after Blanco's in River Oaks closed in 2013. Speaking of Blanco's, Westwind is now hosting a lot of artists who played there, including the Cornell Hurd Band, Jesse Dayton, and the Derailers, who are scheduled to play an upcoming Blanco's reunion show with more planned for the future. As their website states, the patrons of Westwind come out to do some “two-steppin' and long-neckin',” and for most customers the long-neckin' consists of drinking Bud Lights, other domestic beers, and the occasional import; there are no fancy craft beers served here, thank you very much. The club is big enough to accommodate the two-steppers out on the dance floor on Saturday nights, but small enough to feel like an intimate neighborhood bar during the afternoon happy hour. Country Legends 97.1 FM broadcasts live here every Saturday night and DJ Ron plays nothing but classic country hits released before 1980 on Sundays starting at 1 p.m. A game room with shuffleboard, pool tables, video games, darts and a Texas Pride Meter is available, and the outdoor patio for smokers is air-conditioned for hot Texas summer days and nights. More >>

  • What's Left

    23810 FM 2978 Road Tomball, TX 77375
    281-351-4146

  • Whiskey Dick's Ice House

    4455 Sam Houston Pwy. Houston, TX 77032
    713-466-7777

  • Whisky's Pub

    2002 Postoffice Galveston, TX 77550
    409-750-8497

    http://www.whiskyspub.com

  • White Swan

    White Swan

    4419 Navigation Blvd. Houston, TX 77011
    713-923-2837

    http://www.whiteswanlive.com From the outside, this music venue on Navigation built in the late 40s looks like a run-down corner store. But once inside all those memories of Cokes and candy are coated over with Budweiser posters plastered on the wall and beer paraphernalia scattered literally everywhere. White Swan is also one of the best places in town to catch punk, grind and noise bands away from the usual spots and attitudes found in Montrose. If you feel like drinking a lot but are on a budget, they offer eight dollar half-gallon jugs of Budweiser draft, as well as a wide selection of bottled beers to choose from. More >>

  • Willowbrook Church

    13115 Hargrave Houston, TX 77070
    281-469-5850

  • Wolf Pen Creek Park

    Wolf Pen Creek Park

    1015 Colgate Drive College Station, TX 77840

  • Wonky Power Live

    3534 Navigation Blvd Houston, TX 77003
    832-830-5839

    http://wonkypower.com/

  • Wortham Opera Theatre

    510 Preston St. Houston, TX 77002
    713-527-4854

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