Tix That Rock HOUSTON: TSO, Maze, Texans, Young Jeezy, Creed, Experience Hendrix & More

Upcoming within the next week in HOUSTON is:
Houston Texans (Dec 23-Jan 1 – Reliant Stadium),
Frankie Beverly & Maze (Fri Dec 23 – Verizon Wireless Theater),
Trans-Siberian Orchestra (Fri Dec 23 – Toyota Center),
A Christmas Carol (Sat Dec 24 – Alley Theatre),
Houston Aeros Vs. San Antonio Rampage(Mon Dec 26 – Toyota Center),
Robert Earl Keen (Wed Dec 28 – House Of Blues),
Better Than Ezra (Thu Dec 29 – House Of Blues),
Houston Rockets Vs. San Antonio Spurs(Thu Dec 29 – Toyota Center), and
Disney Live! Phineas and Ferb (Fri Dec 30 – Toyota Center).

New HOUSTON events featured in the exchange this week include:
Charlie Murphy (12/29-12/31 at The Improv),
Dave Attell (1/5-1/7 at The Improv),
HBO Boxing After Dark: Danny Garcia vs. Erik Morales (1/28/12 at Reliant Arena),
Pink Floyd Laser Spectacular (2/4/12 at House Of Blues),
Brandi Carlile (2/8/12 at House Of Blues),
John Leguizamo: Ghetto Klown (2/23-2/25 at Cullen Theater),
Jason Boland & The Stragglers (3/1/12 at Ford Park Pavilion),
Experience Hendrix (3/22/12 at Houston Arena Theatre),
Gladys Knight (4/15/12 at Houston Arena Theatre),
The Metalliance Tour: DevilDriver (4/21/12 at House Of Blues),
Creed (4/30-5/1 at Verizon Wireless Theater), and
Kenny Rogers (10/12/12 at Houston Arena Theatre).

Recommended Local Art/Band Shows December 21-23, 2011

When: Wednesday December 21st
Where: Deans; located at 316 Main
Who: Jeff Crowder, Joseph King, Johnny Goudie, Ramses Garza
Cost: 8:00 p.m.

When: Thursday December 22nd
Where: La Carafe; located at 813 Congress
Who: The Manichean, Ben Godfrey, Mario Rodriguez, Benjamin Wesley
Cost: 9:00 p.m./ Free show/ 21+

When: Thursday December 22nd
Where: Notsuoh; located at 314 Main
Who: MIKEY & the DRAGS, THE MATHLETES, THE BUSY KIDS, MUHAMMAD ALI
Cost: 8:00 p.m./ $5

When: Thursday December 22nd
Where: Fitzgeralds; located at 2706 White Oak
Who: Life As Lions, The Band Foster, AthousandColours, Days Drive
Cost: Free for 21+/ $8 for under 21/ 8:00 p.m.

When: Thursday December 22nd
Where: Warehouse Live; located at 813 St Emanuel St.
Who: Canned Acoustica Turns OneBenefits Houston Food Bank
Cost: Admissions 4 cans of food/ 7:00 p.m.

When: Friday December 23rd
Where: Boondocks; located at 1417 Westheimer
Who: Slave to the Beat: Reprogram Holiday Party
Cost: No Cover/ 21+

When: Friday December 23rd
Where: Fitzgeralds; located at 2706 White Oak
Who: Los Skarnales, Los Gritos, The Suffers, Mariachis Del Infierno
Cost: All ages/ 8:00 p.m.

When: Friday December 23rd
Where: The Mink; located at 3718 Main
Who: THE TYBURN JIG, A SUNDAE DRIVE, ZIPPERNECK
Cost: Free Show/ doors open 8:00 p.m./ Show starts 9:00 p.m.

When: Friday December 23rd
Where: Fitzgeralds; located at 2706 White Oak
Who: The Shadow, Art Institute, Modok, Johnny Hootrock
Cost: 8:00 p.m./ All ages

Upcoming Event Flyers

Tix That Rock Houston: Coldplay, Texans Playoffs, Romeo Santos, TSO, Mythbusters & More

Upcoming within the next week in HOUSTON is:
Flo Rida (Fri Dec 16 – House Of Blues),
Houston Symphony Orchestra: Handel’s Messiah In Candlelight (Dec 16-Dec 18 – Jones Hall),
Irving Berlin’s White Christmas (Dec 16-Dec 18 – Hobby Center),
A Tuna Christmas (Dec 16-Dec 23 – 1894 Grand Opera House),
Houston Ballet: The Nutcracker (Dec 16-Dec 27 – Wortham Center),
The Santaland Diaries (Sat Dec 17 – Alley Theatre),
Brian Mcknight & Tank (Sat Dec 17 – Houston Arena Theatre),
Houston Rockets (Sat Dec 17 – Toyota Center),
Randy Rogers Band (Sat Dec 17 – Verizon Wireless Theater),
A Christmas Carol (Dec 17-Dec 24 – Alley Theatre),
Houston Texans (Dec 18-Jan 1 – Reliant Stadium),
Lyle Lovett (Wed Dec 21 – Verizon Wireless Theater),
Frankie Beverly & Maze (Fri Dec 23 – Verizon Wireless Theater), and
Trans-Siberian Orchestra (Fri Dec 23 – Toyota Center).

New HOUSTON events featured in the exchange this week include:
Soccer: Mexico vs. Venezuela (1/25/12 at Reliant Stadium),
Excision (2/25/12 at House Of Blues),
Boyz II Men (3/10/12 at House Of Blues),
Mythbusters Live (3/13/12 at Jones Hall),
Romeo Santos (3/15/12 at Toyota Center),
H-Town Blues Festival (3/31/12 at Reliant Arena), and
Al Green (4/27/12 at Houston Arena Theatre).

Houston Best Sellers:

Dec 6 – 18 Irving Berlin’s White Christmas
Dec 23 Trans-Siberian Orchestra
Dec 31 Young Jeezy
Through Jan 1 Houston Texans
Jan 12 Aaron Lewis
Jan 7, Jan 22 Houston Texans Playoffs
Jan 25 Mexico vs. Venezuela Soccer
Feb 9 – 12 Sesame Street Live: Elmo Makes Music
Mar 3 Radiohead
Mar 20 – Apr 1 Annie
Apr 10 – 15 Come Fly Away
Apr 24 The Black Keys
May 1 Roger Waters
Jun 25 Coldplay

Recommended Local Art/Band Shows December 14-17, 2011

When: Wednesday December 14th
Where: Fitzgeralds; located at 2706 White Oak
Who: Trampled By Turtles, William Elliott Whitmore
Cost: 8:00 p.m.

When: Friday December 16th
Where: Fitzgeralds; located at 2706 White Oak
Who: Runaway Sun, Electric Attitude, Mantis Cost: 21+ free/ under 21 $5/ 8:00 doors open/ 9:00 music starts

When: Friday December 16th
Where: The Mink; located at 3718 Main
Who: Stacis Edge, Robin Kirby, Erica Nicole Band Cost: 9:00 p.m.

When: Friday December 16th
Where: Uncle Alberts; located at 6172 Barker Cypress
Who: Toys for Tots benefit see flyer for band line-up and information
Cost: 7:30 p.m.

When: Friday December 16th
Where: Heights Live; located at 240 W 18th
Who: Heights Live with Honky Tonk Blood Brothers
Cost: 7:30 p.m. doors/ 8:00 p.m. show/ $15 cover

When: Saturday December 17th
Where: Caroline Collective; located at 4820 Caroline St
Who: Caroling with Caroline See flyer for complete line-up
Cost: Free/ 2:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

When: Saturday December 17th
Where: Deans; located at 316 Main
Who: The Sweetsops, The Fox Derby, John Lefler, Aimless Gun
Cost: $5/ 8:00 p.m.

When: Saturday December 17th
Where: BFE Rock Club; located at 11528 Jones Rd
Who: Toys for Tots benefit see flyer for complete line-up and information
Cost: 4:00 p.m.

When: Saturday December 17th
Where: The Mink; located at 3718 Main
Who: Dream Thieves, March to the Sea, Square and Compass, Good Vibes
Cost: $5/ 9:00 p.m.

When: Saturday December 17th
Where: The Concert Pub North; located at 2470 FM 1960 W
Who: LSPS Reunion Show
Cost: $10 ticket purchase in advance/ $15 doe/ 18 under may have additional door charge/ 9:00 p.m.

Upcoming Event Flyers

Tix That Rock Houston: Coldplay, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Black Keys, TSO, White Christmas

Upcoming within the next week in HOUSTON is:
Houston Aeros (Dec 9-Dec 11 – Toyota Center),
Houston Symphony Orchestra: A Very Merry Pops (Dec 9-Dec 11 – Jones Hall),
Houston Ballet: The Nutcracker (Dec 9-Dec 27 – Wortham Center),
A Christmas Carol (Dec 9-Dec 24 – Alley Theatre),
Irving Berlin’s White Christmas (Dec 10-Dec 18 – Hobby Center),
A Tuna Christmas (Dec 13-Dec 23 – 1894 Grand Opera House),
Houston Symphony Orchestra: Handel’s Messiah In Candlelight (Dec 15-Dec 18 – Jones Hall),
Flo Rida (Fri Dec 16 – House Of Blues), and
Legacy Fighting Championship (Fri Dec 16 – Houston Arena Theatre).

New HOUSTON events featured in the exchange this week include:
Old 97’s (1/17/12 at House Of Blues),
Avicii (1/19/12 at Stereo Live),
Kozmic Pearl – Janis Joplin Birthday Celebration (1/19/12 at House Of Blues),
The Ugly Duckling (1/23-1/24 at 1894 Grand Opera House),
Steve Aoki (2/2/12 at Verizon Wireless Theater),
Allstar Weekend (2/5/12 at House Of Blues),
Matt Nathanson (2/7/12 at House Of Blues),
Cedric The Entertainer (2/11/12 at Houston Arena Theatre),
PBR – Professional Bull Riders (2/25/12 at Reliant Stadium),
Red Hot Chili Peppers (3/8/12 at Toyota Center),
Neon Indian (3/17/12 at House Of Blues),
Beautiful Freaks Tour: Hot Chelle Rae (2/25/12 at House Of Blues),
Childish Gambino (4/6/12 at House Of Blues),
Human Nature (4/14/12 at Verizon Wireless Theater),
Neil Berg’s 100 Years of Broadway (4/21/12 at Jones Hall),
The Black Keys (4/24/12 at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion),
M83 (5/17/12 at House Of Blues), and
Coldplay (6/25/12 at Toyota Center).

Represent Houston Festivals: Christmas Boat Lane Parade, Lights in the Heights & More

German Christmas Festival & Market
201 S. Elm (near Depot Plaza)
Tomball, TX
281-363-2447
http://tomballsistercity.org/news.htm
December 9-11, 2011 Fri 6ˆ10PM/Sat 10AMˆ9PM/Sun 10AMˆ6PM

Tap your feet to the music of Alpenfest, Chris Rybak, Terry Cavanagh, Das Ist Lustig, Tubameisters, Valina, and get into the festive spirit with the sounds of strolling Christmas carolers. It‚s a Texas German celebration at Christmas time on the old downtown streets of Tomball Texas. An estimated 150 unique and interesting street vendors will line Market and S. Walnut Streets, selling German Christmas items, arts and crafts, and much more. Visit the „Weihnachtshaus‰ inside the Community Center at 221 Market Street at the corner of Cherry Street which will be filled with German clothes and souvenirs for sell. Three German tents and music stages will house biergartens decorated with German themes and Christmas lights. Tables and chairs will allow you to relax with your Dunkles Bier (dark beer), or a warm cup of Glühwein. Don?t miss the traditional Dutch Santa, Elf, live Christmas tree, clowns, juggler, strolling entertainers, and Santa Clause himself. These characters welcome free photo request, so bring your camera.The Kinderfest (kid?s area) will provide entertainment and fun for the young visitors. It includes carnival rides, bungee-jumping, rock wall, petting zoo, pony ride, walk on water, and more. Enjoy the free hayride and the Christmas lights tour at the museum district. Food vendors will include traditional German food and drink, Glühwein (mulled wine), beer, Christmas Stollen & Homemade Breads, Kaffee und Kuchen (coffee and pastry), Bratwurst, red cabbage, sauerkraut, apple strudel, etc., and will, also, include festival foods like funnel cake, corn dogs, hot dogs, hamburgers, kettle korn, and barbeque. Free Admission Parking & Shuttle Parking for the German Christmas Market will be at the old Klein‚s Grocery Store 1200 W. Main Tomball. The free shuttle will take riders to the Market on Saturday and Sunday and to Christmas on Commerce on Saturday only.

Tube-Off Tournament Holiday Party and Raffle
Aurora Picture Show @ El Dorado Ballroom
2310 Elgin Ave.
Houston, TX
713-868-2101
http://aurorapictureshow.org/
December 15, 2011 7:00PM

Polish off your best holiday sparkles and flashing reindeer antlers to square off against other You-Tubers at our holiday party Tube-off Tournament. The audience picks a theme and two players face-off to find the most bizarre, funny, festive or heartfelt videos and present them to the audience in a series of fast-paced rounds complete with stop-watches and a huge gong. May the best clicker with a keen eye and holiday spirit win! Party includes the annual holiday raffle drawing, light Tacos-A-Go-Go and Whole Foods Market, as well as holiday cocktails from Saint Arnold Brewery, Treaty Oak Rum and Paula’s Texas Spirits. Tickets are $10 each or five for $40 and are available for purchase online.

50th Annual Christmas Boat Lane Parade
Kemah Boardwalk
215 Kipp Ave
Kemah, TX 77565
281-334-9880
http://www.kemahboardwalk.com
December 10, 2011 6:00PM

Ring in the holidays with this Clear Lake tradition. More than 100,000 people traditionally enjoy this event from land and from hundreds of boats anchored throughout the lake. The parade features more than 100 themed and brightly decorated power and sailboats that will traverse the Clear Lake channel from the South Shore Harbour Marina and the Nassau Bay Lagoon to Galveston Bay. While you are there, don’t forget the fantastic collection of rides, games, shopping, live entertainment and a variety of well-known restaurants all in a magnificent waterfront atmosphere. Check out the new exhibits such as the Stingray Reef, where you can touch and feed live stingrays! Other exhibits include piranhas, snakes, scorpians, tarantulas, turtles and more. Admission is free.

Lights in the Heights
Bayland and Woodland Streets
Houston, TX
281-772-3529
http://www.woodland-heights.org/lightsintheheights.htm
December 10, 2011 6:00PM

Lights in the Heights began 24 years ago as a small, neighborhood holiday festival of music and open houses along Bayland Avenue and the Norhill Esplanade. The original idea was suggested by a resident‚s visit to New Mexico where they were smitten by beautiful displays of luminaria. Evolving beyond the original visual treat, the event became a way for neighbors to get to know one another and celebrate the holiday season. That first year approximately 1000 luminaria lined Bayland Avenue, from Houston Avenue to Studewood. Residents baked cookies and took them to open houses for friends and visitors to enjoy. Early on, only a dozen or so musicians performed on porches. Today, over seventy entertainment groups volunteer their time and talent for this event. Unique in its venue – neighborhood porches and yards – and it‚s all volunteer organization, Lights in the Heights has become a part of many residents‚ holiday memories and traditions. They are scaling back the event considerably this year. Please note that there will be no food vendors or activities on the esplanade and all posted and non-posted parking restrictions will be enforced. This means that your car WILL be towed if you are illegally parked!

Alamo DraftHouse Rolling Roadshow
Market Square Park
301 Milam
Houston, TX 77002
http://www.downtownhouston.org/
December 11, 2011 7:00PM

Recognized by the American Film Institute as one of the 100 best American films ever made, Alamo Drafthouse Rolling Roadshow brings “It‚s a Wonderful Life” to the big screen. Snuggle up and enjoy this holiday classic. Blankets, lawn chairs and picnics are welcome. Food and beverages (including beer and wine) are sold at Niko Niko‚s (open Mon-Fri from 7 am to 8 pm and Sat-Sun 9 am to 9 pm, extended hours during events). Alcohol is not allowed to be brought into the park; it can only be bought at the café. Metered on-street parking is available Mon-Sat and is free after 6 pm and all day Sun. $5 parking is available daily at Market Square Garage.

Discovery Green Park
1500 McKinney (across from George R. Brown Center)
Houston TX 77010
713-400-7336
http://www.discoverygreen.com
Admission is always free. Blankets, lawn chairs and picnics are welcome; food, beer and wine are available for purchase. No glass containers or outside alcoholic beverages. For more exciting events scheduled at Discovery Green Park, please visit the website.

December 15, 2011 6:30PM – IKEA Houston Silver Screen at Discovery Green: “Polar Express”
Whether you‚re ice skating or bundled up on the lawn, get into the holiday spirit! Enjoy some of your favorite holiday movies outdoors on the big screen. View for free, skating fees apply.

Through January 22, 2012 – The Ice at Discovery Green
Ice skating returns to Downtown Houston this holiday season and will be better than ever! Lace up your skates and get ready for a memorable winter experience with the skyline as your backdrop! Activities are scheduled each week for daily events such as Jazz on Ice, Skating Stars on Ice, and Skating with Santa, just to name a few. Skating time limited to 1-1/2 hours on school holidays and weekend. Clean, comfortable rental skates will be offered, in sizes from tiny youth-9 up to adult-14. Double-runner lace-up skates will be available for the youngest skaters, even those as young as 3-years old: If you can walk, you can skate! A separate ice-play area for toddlers will be located next to the main rink. Ticket prices: $10 plus tax and includes skate rental. Holiday refreshments and cold weather attire will be sold on site. For more information, please visit http://www.theiceatdiscoverygreen.com/

International Winter On The Waterway Festival
Town Green Park along The Woodlands Waterway
Lake Robbins Drive (West of Six Pines)
Woodlands, TX 77380
281-363-2447
http://www.thewoodlandscvb.com/holidayinthewoodlands/
Through January 16, 2011

iWOW adds an international flavor to The Woodlands holiday celebrations and attendees can learn about countries from all over the world and their unique holiday traditions. From foods, arts & crafts, to music and entertainment. At Winter Wonderland, (A two-acre area of lighted storybook displays that surround the Ice Rink), you can enjoy a walk along the fantasyland of magical, lighted toy soldiers, elves, doves, musical angels and snowmen. The Ice Rink will be open through January 16, 2012. For more information, please visit the website.

31st Annual Home for the Holidays
Old Town Spring (Spring Cypress Rd)
Spring, TX
281-353-9310
http://www.oldtownspring.com/home_for_holidays.htm
Through December 24, 2011

Old Town Spring will be draped with thousands of twinkling white lights and colorful decorations. The street lamps will be decorated from top to bottom to give you that old town Holiday feeling. Spend the day shopping, listening to strolling musicians and barbershop quartets, taking pictures with Mr & Mrs Santa, touring the museum, taking a train ride, watching the bands on stage and last but not least, enjoy complimentary horse & carriage rides. Look for special sales and mini attractions each weekend. They will be sponsoring a Toy Drive for the Be An Angel Fund, and Supporting our U.S. Troops through the Marine Moms, and Wreaths Across America. Check the website for details. Admission is always free!

10th Annual Holiday Market with Santa Claus
Traders Village Houston
7979 N. Eldridge Road
Houston, TX 77041
281-890-5500
http://www.tradersvillage.com
Through December 18, 2011

Santa arrives at Traders Village on November 27th to meet and greet. Kids of all ages can have their photo taken with Santa. Get into the spirit of Christmas with thousands of dealers who are selling holiday gifts and more for all tastes and budgets. Admission is free to the public and parking is just $3.

 

On Galveston Island 
Locations listed below
Galveston, TX
http://www.galveston.com/
For many more exciting events on Galveston Island, please visit the website.

December 09, 2011 6AM-5PM – Share Your Holidays Food Drive, Ball High School (43rd and Avenue P)
After 30 successful years partnering with ABC- 13 Share Your Holidays Food Drive to benefit those in need on Galveston Island, the Ball High School Student Council is expanding their efforts to meet the needs of the hungry ˆ not only in Galveston ˆ but throughout Galveston County. Donors are urged to bring non-perishable food items including canned goods, paper products, diapers (no baby foods), or cash donations. Checks for your tax-deductible contribution can be made payable to Gleanings From the Harvest. For more information about this event and how you can help, please contact Lisa Schweitzer at 409-789-4717.

Recommended Local Art/Band Shows December 9-10, 2011

When: Friday December 9th
Where: Jet Lounge; located at 1515 Pease
Who: Tuerka
Cost: 7:00 p.m.

When: Friday December 9th
Where: Warehouse Live; located at 813 St Emmanuel
Who: The Last Place You Look, Nothing More, from Guts to Glory, Life as Lion
Cost: Pre-sale tickets $10/ $12 DOE/ 7:30 p.m.

When: Friday December 9th
Where: Last Concert Café; located at 1403 Nance
Who: Disfrutalo! w/ Ikey Owens on keys, Handsomebeast & InZurgo
Cost: $6 cover/ All ages/ 9:00 p.m.

When: Friday December 9th
Where: Heights Live; located at 240 W 18th
Who: Graham Wilkinson
Cost: Doors 7:30/ music starts 8:00 p.m./ $12

When: Friday December 9th
Where: Deans Credit Clothing; located at 316 Main
Who: A Sundae Drive, Hear You Me, Super Robot Party, The Sweetsops
Cost: 10:00 p.m.

When: Saturday December 10th
Where: BFE Rock Club; located at 11528 Jones Rd
Who: Metal Down, Metavange, Krippled Dogs, Powderburn, Exit 747
Cost: $10/ all ages welcome

When: Saturday December 10th
Where: Pour House Pub ; located at 10315 West Airport
Who: Toys for Tots See flyer below for line-up of bands playing and complete information
Cost: 6:00 p.m.

When: Saturday December 10th
Where: Caroline Collective; located at 4820 Caroline St
Who: Winter Wonderland Market- benefit see flyer below for vendors and more information
Cost: Free/ 1-3 p.m./ proceeds benefit The Music Therapy Center of Houston

When: Saturday December 10th
Where: The Orange Show
Who: The Orange Show’s Annual East End Toy Drive & Freddy Fender Tribute Concert
Cost: 5:00-11:00 p.m.

Upcoming Event Flyers

Tix That Rock Houston: Aaron Lewis, Tyler Perry, Flogging Molly, My Morning Jacket & More

Upcoming within the next week in HOUSTON is:
Yo Gabba Gabba (Fri Dec 2 – Verizon Wireless Theater),
Cirque Du Soleil – Dralion (Dec 2-Dec 4 – Toyota Center),
A Christmas Carol (Dec 2-Dec 27 – Alley Theatre),
Buzzfestivus: Rise Against, Flobots & The Riverboat Gamblers (Sat Dec 3 – Verizon Wireless Theater),
Conference USA Football Championship: Houston Cougars vs. Southern Miss Golden Eagles (Sat Dec 3 – Robertson Stadium),
Houston Symphony Orchestra: The Night Before Christmas (Sat Dec 3 – Jones Hall),
Houston Ballet: The Nutcracker (Dec 3-Dec 27 – Wortham Center),
Houston Texans vs. Atlanta Falcons (Sun Dec 4 – Reliant Stadium),
Jay-Z & Kanye West (Mon Dec 5 – Toyota Center),
Buzzfestivus: Chevelle (Tue Dec 6 – Verizon Wireless Theater),
Irving Berlin’s White Christmas (Dec 6-Dec 18 – Hobby Center),
Houston Symphony Orchestra: Christoph Eschenbach Returns (Tue Dec 6 – Jones Hall),
The Irish Tenors (Wed Dec 7 – Jones Hall),
Gaitas, Tambores Y Guaco (Thu Dec 8 – Houston Arena Theatre),
My Morning Jacket (Thu Dec 8 – Verizon Wireless Theater), and
Houston Symphony Orchestra: A Very Merry Pops (Dec 9-Dec 11 – Jones Hall).

New HOUSTON events featured in the exchange this week include:
Aaron Lewis (1/12/12 at Verizon Wireless Theater),
Tedeschi Trucks Band (1/20/12 at Verizon Wireless Theater),
Skyrocket! (1/20/12 at House Of Blues),
Tyler Perry’s The Haves and The Have Nots (1/19-1/22 at Hobby Center),
Led Zeppelin 2 – Led Zeppelin Tribute (1/21/12 at House of Blues),
The Dirty Guv’nahs (1/30/12 at House Of Blues),
G. Love & Special Sauce (2/2/12 at House Of Blues),
Tyrese (2/11/12 at Verizon Wireless Theater),
Andy Grammer (2/17/12 at House Of Blues),
Cowboy Mouth (2/21/12 at House Of Blues),
Excision (2/25/12 at House Of Blues),
Flogging Molly (3/3/12 at House Of Blues), and
Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival (7/11/12 at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion).