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Billy's Hall

4070 Wells Dr.
Pearland, TX 77584


  • Friday 6pm to 2am at Last Concert Café, Houston Saturday Noon to 1am at Billy's Hall, Pearland Sunday Noon to 9pm at Last Concert Café, Houston
Sponsor info at: https://igg.me/at/0NDVQGEMLQY Tickets available at: http://electroluv2016.bpt.me/ $25 per person, $40 per couple. Pre-party or post-party only are $10 per person at the door (free with ElectroLuv wristband). Events include: 1. Pre-party at Last Concert Cafe Friday, Sept. 23 8pm-2am 1403 Nance St., Houston, Texas (with Fest tix or pre-party tix/ min. 3 bands) 2. ElectroLuv Fest at Billy's Hall Saturday, Sept. 24 Noon-1am 4070 Wells Dr, Pearland, TX 77584 (this requires the festival ticket or $30 per person at the gate) 3. Post-party at Last Concert Cafe Sunday, Sept. 25 4:30-9pm 1403 Nance St., Houston, Texas (Post party is free to people with Fest or pre-party tix, also free for all our bands, volunteers and vendors welcome/ min. 2 bands will play on this closing night) Band Lineup for three events: The Mitch Jacobs Band , SydneeJane & Adventures in #Janesworld, James Henry Band, No Rehearsal, Graveltooth, Tres Equis, Nameless Horses, HeartByrne, Pigs on the Wall, A Live One, Josh Peason, Wild Rabbit Salad, Easy, Billy Bourbon Band, Odd Toddler, Critter Taylor and the Doublewides, Hell In A Bucket Come see great bands, dancing, hula-hoopers, twirlers, artists, food, vendors, fun and more on 9 acres of open party and parking space with a 50x60 dance floor by the outdoor stage and a smaller indoor venue with added acts to choose from. (more info coming soon).

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