Live Nation unveils plans for Houston music venue ‘The Terminal’

The 5,000-capacity venue is designed with advanced architecture, creating a distinctive experience for artists and fans by replicating the same intimate feel of a small club, according to a release.
The 5,000-capacity venue is designed with advanced architecture, creating a distinctive experience for artists and fans by replicating the same intimate feel of a small club, according to a release. (Live Nation)

HOUSTON – Live Nation revealed details on the November 2021 opening of the live music venue “The Terminal.”

The 5,000-capacity venue is designed with advanced architecture, creating a distinctive experience for artists and fans by replicating the same intimate feel of a small club, according to a release.

The Terminal, designed by internationally renowned firm OMA, will turn the historic former Barbara Jordan Post Office into a hub for culture, food, shopping and recreation.

According to a release, when artists stand on The Terminal’s stage, in their line of sight, guests will appear to “wallpaper” the room with virtually no visible blank spaces or gaps as all-balcony aisles and walkways have been designed at angles so that the artist never sees the aisles, only people.

Above the general admission space, the “Tribune Tiers” will provide fans with a concert-viewing experience. The new design will provide guests with an intimate viewing experience without being on the floor of the venue.

“The Terminal will be a great addition to the live music scene in Houston giving artists and fans more options to connect at concerts,” said Sherri Sosa, president, of Venue Nation. “We look forward to The Terminal bringing hundreds of shows to the city once it opens its doors, not only delivering some great live music but also creating new jobs for the community.”

The Terminal’s show schedule is expected to be announced in July, according to a release.


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