Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Airport
9821 West FM 1960 Bus. Rd.
Humble, TX 77338
Phone: (281) 548-2900
Fax: (281) 540-2224
Salles de spectacles
M. O. Campbell Educational Center is named after the dedicated Aldine ISD Superintendent M.O. Campbell. It hosts a variety of activities, ranging from performing arts to local events. One of the premier and world class facilities in Houston, it stretches across a vast area of 111,000 sq.ft. Nearly 5,000 guests can enjoy the enthralling performances. It is armed with state-of-the-art sound and light equipments. Award ceremonies, conferences, lectures and receptions are regularly held here. The personalized catering menu and on-site parking add to the convenience.
Escapade 2001 is a sizzling nightclub having some of the best events themed parties in town. Besides being a popular nightspot, it also hosts concerts by top notch bands and upcoming musicians. Local, regional and national talents have performed here and the place has also been used as a venue. When you're at the Escapade party, all you can think about is having the time of your life and enjoying the vibrant ambiance.
De Anda's Ballroom is the largest meeting space in Houston, and holds a range of parties and concerts that manage to pull in a lot of crowd. However, do not mistake this to be a conventional upscale ballroom facility—the place is sans all the glitter and fancy shoes. De Anda's events are a big draw, and the ballroom can accommodate as many as 5000 people! Nevertheless, it's a great place to hang out and lounge around with friends.
Brighter Side Theatre brings you arts, music and drama. This theater is quite popular and is bustling with several plays and theatricals throughout the year. From comedy plays, Broadway to tragedies, you will find it all here. the theater is also known for providing a very good production. Many actors and artistes, both established and upcoming consider this to be a lucrative stage. Performances here are always generate a lot of applause. So all theater lovers head her.
For the followers of alternative and underground music in Conroe, no other venues match up to the performances held at The Skramansion. This live music hangout attracts a number of indie rock and pop bands who love to entertain the crowd in a old-fashioned mansion-like setup. In the past, the venue has hosted bands like Slingshot Dakota, Two Knights, Sleep Bellum Sonno and Innards. So call ahead or visit their Facebook page to know more.
The Knights of Columbus Fields and Hall is one of the premier event grounds in Houston that regularly hosts local, national and international trade fairs, shows and conferences all year around. The place is completely modernized and a great choice for organizers, exhibitors and visitors who will enjoyed the spacious area and amenities offered.
14 Pews is a non-profit whose mission is to bring community members of Houston closer together by celebrating cross-cultural experiences. A wide variety of cultural events take place here, including, but not limited to: film screenings, community forums, filmmaking classes, and film festivals, all sharing the common theme of unification through cultural education and celebration. There is a bar that sells beer and sodas, so you can enjoy a cool drink while watching a flick. For movie fans interested in cultural issues, 14 Pews is a must-visit.
The name of this theater does not refer to its date, but its location along FM 1960. Operating as a non-profit community theater since 1975, it caters to the North Houston crowd and offers visitors a chance to enjoy mystery plays and both old and new comedy shows. Performances include works that will interest audience members of all ages like "Robin Hood," "Night Watch" and "1000 Clowns." Ticket prices vary with the show. Call for further information.
Just north of Houston in the Woodlands, you will find this multiplex extravaganza that features a state-of-the-art sound system and 17 large screens for watching Hollywood's latest flicks. Be sure and grab some munchies in the snack bar before settling in for the show.
Built in 1927, the Lambert Hall debuted as a church but eventually turned into Houston's prime entertainment venue in 1996. So as to keep ties with its past intact, Lambert Hall still hosts alternative Christian music concerts. Operas like 'Madama Butterfly', 'Two Faces of Donizetti' and palpable plays like 'Macbeth' and 'Falstaff' are worth catching here. To know more about what's playing and when, check the website or just call up the box office.
The Woodlands Pavilion in the city of Spring, Texas, is a performance venue that few haven't heard of. The large holding capacity of the pavilion, teamed with the big names that have performed here, has made it the favourite haunt of music fans hoping to catch a live show, but tickets can sometimes be pricey - if you don't mind sitting on the comfy lawn. However, chances are high that you will catch a grand show at a reasonable price. With concerts by Avril Lavigne, Chicago and Oasis slated for 2005, it looks like people are going to be flocking to the Woodlands Pavilion all through the latter half of this year.
It's concerts all the way at The Showgrounds. Renowned musicians from all over the world continue to grace the stage of this immensely popular entertainment venue. With leading restaurants, food joints and hotels located at a hands length from here, The Showgrounds is a convenient venue. What's most fascinating about this place, is its outdoor venue and its location within the verdant Sam Houston Race Park. Check out for upcoming concerts by some of the biggest names in the music industry.