Music Hall at Fair Park
The Music Hall at Fair Park opened its doors on October 10, 1925 with an inaugural musical performance of Sigmund Romberg’s, The Student Prince. However, the show came in almost secondary to the venue itself - the Music Hall at Fair Park, which boasts stunning art deco architecture, and was dedicated toward, "the good, the true and the beautiful." Since then, Dallas’ Music Hall at Fair Park has become a major stop-over for many of the nation’s leading operas, ballets, concerts and Broadway productions.
Dallas’ Music Hall at Fair Park has undergone two major phases of remodeling, first in 1954 and again in 1972. Today, the venue has a seating capacity of 3,420 and features six stair towers, five arcade porches, upgraded acoustics and the Crystal Terrace Restaurant. The spacious arrangement and beautiful environment has made the Music Hall at Fair Park one of Dallas' leading venues for the performing arts.
The venue is currently home to the Dallas Summer Musicals, and the Music Hall at Fair Park schedule also features seasonal performances by The Dallas Opera and the Fort Worth Dallas Ballet. In addition to the plethora of performing arts events, the Music Hall at Fair Park schedule also hosts a number of national pageants, black tie affairs and corporate meetings.
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