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  • Stafford Centre

    Stafford Centre

    10505 Cash Road Stafford, TX 77477

    http://www.staffordcentre.com

  • Stafford Centre Festival Lot

    10505 Cash Road Stafford, TX 77477
    281-208-6900

  • Stage Lounge & Live Music

    9889 Bellaire Blvd. Houston, TX 77036
    281-846-1389

    http://www.stagehouston.com

  • Stampede Houston

    Stampede Houston

    11925 Eastex Fwy Houston, TX 77039
    (281)219-2006

    http://www.stampedehouston.com

  • Stereo Live

    Stereo Live

    6400 Richmond Houston, TX 77057
    832-251-9600

    http://www.stereolivehouston.com This spacious discotheque at 6400 Richmond — once home to the legendary Club 6400, whose alumni still hold reunion nights — has actually been booking some of the world's top DJs for a few years now. With emergence of EDM as a youth mover, Stereo Live found itself in the catbird seat, upgrading the sound and light systems to world-class status and effectively becoming a self-contained operation. Top talent (Rusko, Porter Robinson, Flux Pavilion) ensures the venue will keep ruling Houston's EDM roost for the foreseeable future. More >>

  • Studemont House

    1051 Studemont Houston, TX 77007
    N/A

  • Sunset Strip

    2425 Mangum Road Houston, TX 77092
    713-680-3500

    http://www.sunsethouston.com

  • Super Happy Fun Land

    Super Happy Fun Land

    3801 Polk Houston, TX 77003
    713-880-2100

    http://www.superhappyfunland.com If you are a Houston-area band or musician with an otherwise unclassifiable sound, then Super Happy Fun Land is your paradise. Located off a shadowy side of Polk next to a haunted-looking train crossing, SHFL is one of the last bastions of weird in Houston (aside from spirit brother Notsuoh). You can find bands playing at this art-space/venue almost every single night of the week. A few months back, Monotonix played part of their show inside the men's bathroom. The inner décor is curated by a hella arty team who also run the proceedings with an extremely understanding hand. Make sure to buy a sock monkey on the way out. More >>

  • T's Hideaway

    8542 242 Conroe, TX 77385
    936-273-5272

  • Taylor

    Taylor's

    13100 S. Post Oak Houston, TX 77045
    713-728-9800

    http://www.taylorsofhouston.com Taylor's of Houston's is on the city's southwest side, past South Main on South Post Oak. This spacious dance hall's sizeable dance floor is often full of people shaking away the night. Three bars throughout the building dole out the goods all night; the back patio has a fourth, along with some pool tables. If the event hall isn't large enough, there's an additional VIP lounge complete with another dance floor and a "support pole." The entire place can be reserved for private parties, a not-uncommon occurrence. More >>

  • Tequila Texas Grill & Bar

    351 Greens Road Houston, TX 77060
    281-872-3413

  • Terrace Cafe

    609 Bradford Kemah, TX 77565
    281-538-9393

  • Texas Arts Venue

    202 N. Main St. Houston, TX 77002
    936-539-3456

  • The Texas Horny Toad

    1917 Garth Road Baytown, TX 77520
    281-428-1249

  • Texas Saloon

    7337 Spencer Highway Pasadena, TX 77505
    281-479-2679

  • Texas Tavern

    13800 Cypress N. Houston Cypress, TX 77429
    281-897-0828

  • Texas Tradition

    5321 Highway Blvd. Katy, TX 77494
    281-391-6113

  • Texas World Speedway

    1752 State Highway 6 South College Station, TX 77845

    http://www.texasworldspeedway.com/

  • Tha House

    428 Westheimer Houston, TX 77006
    832-453-0520

  • That Bar

    406 Grand Parkway Houston, TX 77494
    832-437-8616

    http://www.thatbar.net

  • The Big Easy Social and Pleasure Club

    The Big Easy Social and Pleasure Club

    5731 Kirby Houston, TX 77005
    713-523-9999

    Along with places like Etta's Lounge and The Silver Slipper, The Big Easy keeps Houston's blues and zydeco scene vibrant and fertile, bringing down-to-earth charm and solid soul to one of the city's toniest areas. The focus here is on local artists, living legends who routinely draw capacity crowds. The ghosts of blues past are haunt the club's walls in spirit and in portraits. The club's high volume level and physical intimacy - weekend nights here can redefine the word "packed" - offer patrons the chance to get up close and personal with the artists and each other alike. Plenty of stories are floating around about oldsters cutting the proverbial rug and dancing rings around the younger folks. The front patio offers an almost alarmingly close view of Kirby Drive, one of Houston's main surface-street arteries. More >>

  • The Grand 1894 Opera House

    The Grand 1894 Opera House

    2020 Postoffice St. Galveston, TX 77550
    409-765-1894

    http://www.thegrand.com In the early 1890s, theatrical magnate Henry Greenwall commissioned New Orleans architect and scenic designer Frank Cox to design a new theater for the growing town of Galveston, with construction beginning on the site of an old ice house in the summer of 1894. The completed Grand 1894 Opera House opened on January 3, 1895 with a program of classical music and a performance of “Daughters of Eve” starring actress Marie Wainwright. Since its opening, The Grand has hosted numerous plays, comedies, dance performances, operas, musical performances and more in its auditorium, which was designed with rounded walls and curved surfaces to enhance sound quality. The theater had gone through several private owners, name changes and building modifications when in 1974 the Galveston County Cultural Arts Council bought it and began restoring The Grand close to its original design, a process that took until 1986 to complete. William Jennings Bryan, Al Jolson, Tex Ritter, Gladys Knight, Willie Nelson, Lyle Lovett, Hal Holbrook and the B-52's, are among the many artists who have performed at the theater over the years; glam-metallers Mötley Crüe even filmed a music video here in 1990. Thriving with more than 40 annual productions, The Grand is currently run as a nonprofit and has survived four major hurricanes throughout the years, including the 1900 storm that killed more than 6,000 people. In 2008, Hurricane Ike submerged the theater's nine-foot Steinway piano under ten feet of salt water. More >>

  • The Green Room -- Warehouse Live

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

    http://www.warehouselive.com

  • The Titty Shop

    1005 W. Clay St. Houston, TX 77019
    N/A

  • Toyota Center

    Toyota Center

    1510 Polk Houston, TX 77002
    713-758-7200

    http://www.houstontoyotacenter.com The colossal Toyota Center has become the salvation of superstar music acts such as Metallica, Foo Fighters and Lil' Wayne when they roll into town. When the Rockets and the Aeros are away, the playing surfaces are removed, adding 700 seats on the floor for a staggering grand total of 19,000 possible attendees. The red seats, comfortable even if you're very tall, give a clear shot of the stage no matter where you're sitting. Plus, if you're just too far away, two overhead screens reveal the action onstage. The sound is top-notch, though beware of the seats off to the side, which can experience echo from time to time. But no worries, since it's predominantly a sporting venue, you can rest assured that your next adult beverage is just a quick jaunt up or down the stairs from where you're seated at one of more than 30 bars. The drinks aren't cheap, so bring your mortgage papers. A loan officer is there to help. More >>

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