If you’re looking for entertainment in your city next year, make sure to check out some of the most exciting new venues opening in the coming years. These venues are set to open in a variety of different locations. Some have already been announced, including Chicago’s Crown Hall & Feinberg Theater and Houston’s Backyard Dallas.
New York’s Kings Theater
If you’re looking for an event venue in the New York City area, there are a variety of options. From the famous Radio City Music Hall to the Apollo in Harlem, you’ll find it all in the Big Apple. And while you’re there, check out the various restaurants and hotels that are just steps away from some of the most exciting venues in town.
Houston’s Backyard Dallas
If you enjoy live music, opera, or comedy shows, then you’ll want to check out the upcoming venues in your area. These venues offer a variety of events and performances, and tickets are usually best purchased in advance. One of the most popular shows coming to these venues is La Boheme, which is one of the most popular operas of all time. Tickets for this show start at $128 for an orchestra seat and $25 for general admission.
Chicago’s Crown Hall & Feinberg Theater
Crown Hall is one of Chicago’s most iconic buildings, and is home to the Illinois Institute of Technology’s College of Architecture. The sandblasted exterior, transparent façade, and restrained embellishment make it instantly recognizable. This Chicago landmark is a tribute to Mies, and is the culmination of his work at the school. This building is a landmark in the cultural scene, and is one of the best examples of mid-century modern architecture.
The theaters’ main stage features state-of-the-art acoustics and viewer-friendly tiered seating, as well as an expansive balcony. The venue is equipped with a full-service AV department and can support hybrid, live, or virtual events. A three-story atrium lobby serves as an ideal setting for cocktail receptions or meetings.
San Francisco’s ‘The Beast’
If you’re a music lover, you’ll definitely want to check out the Fox Theatre. This venue has several upcoming shows that you can’t miss. To get the best seats, buy tickets in advance. You’ll be able to see one of the greatest operas ever written, La Boheme. Tickets to this production cost $128 for an orchestra seat and $25 for general admission.
In addition to concerts, the Fillmore Auditorium in San Diego will feature more than a hundred live performances a year. The venue is known for featuring eclectic lineups, and the soaring sailboat masts in the harbor provide a stunning backdrop. The eclectic show lineup includes national and local acts, classical performances, and other community events.