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Arlington Music Hall

  • Address: 224 North Center Street Arlington, TX 76011-7535
  • Phone: (817) 226-4400
  • Category: Things To Do
  • Sub-Category: Arts&Culture
  • Website: Visit Website
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Nestled in the heart of beautiful downtown Arlington amid some of the best restaurants in town and just a few blocks from Arlington Museum of Arts is one of the premier live music venues in the DFW Metroplex: Arlington Music Hall. This historic venue provides audiences of all ages with a unique entertainment experience. Our 1,056 seat auditorium includes state of the art sound and lighting, a 2,200 square foot stage, and a classic decor that enhances the hall’s vintage sophistication and style. While waiting for the performance, guests may enjoy our bar and concession area in the 3,000 square foot ‘Hospitality Room.’
Arlington Music Hall has some of the finest entertainment in the country. Providing National Touring artist concerts on a consistent basis such as; Don Williams, Wynonna Judd, Loretta Lynn, Gene Watson, Willie Nelson, Clint Black and many more.  Check in at www.arlingtonmusichall.net for upcoming show schedules.
We are also home to Symphony Arlington. From October through May, you can enjoy the classical sounds of one of the most decorated symphonies in the State of Texas.
Arlington Music Hall is the perfect venue for your next concert, performance, corporate or private event with a variety of leasing spaces available.

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  • ADA Compliant:
  • Facility Type:
    • Concert Venue
    • Event Venue
  • Group Rates:
  • Parking:
    • Free
  • Restaurant on premises:
  • Description:
    Hospitality Room with full-service bar and concessions for events up to 150 people, prep kitchen with off-site catering allowed, and flexible floor plan (with portable stage) for a variety of uses.
  • Total Sq.Ft.:
    10000
  • Theatre:
    1070
  • Banquet:
    100
  • Number of Rooms:
    3

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