Waterway Square once again will host the popular “Caroling on the Square,” the first three Saturdays in December, with performances by local musicians who will put their own special touches on our holiday favorites.
Enjoy performances on December 7, 2013 by Dena Blue & The Blue Jazz Band, Girl Friday on December 14, 2013 and Brenda Guy on December 21, 2013. Plus, Santa will make special appearances on December 7 and December 21. Each of the musicians will perform from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Imagine Dragons performed to a sold-out concert Sept. 26 at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in The Woodlands, Texas. The American, indie rock band’s debut album, “Night Visions” peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart. The album also reached No. 1 on the Billboard Alternative and Rock Album charts. Pictured with the band (left to right) are Jeff Young, vice president of operations for The Pavilion and Jerry MacDonald, president and CEO of The Pavilion.
Join us for an evening of spooky sounds and creepy creatures for goblins and ghouls of all ages at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion’s Hocus Pocus Pops featuring the Houston Symphony Oct. 11 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 for orchestra seating. Mezzanine and lawn seating are free courtesy of H-E-B. Tickets are not required for free seating. Gates open at 6 p.m.
The Woodlands, Texas – At the annual Children’s Festival, The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion is transformed into a giant playground filled with live music, a train ride, kite flying, hat-making, face-painting and much more. Sound like fun? Well, consider volunteering at the Festival through your company or community service organization.
Community service organizations can include groups from Junior League, Junior Forum, High School clubs, church groups, girl and boy scouts just to name a few. In the past, The Woodlands College Park High School Interact, Arts Society and DECA clubs, The Woodlands High School Spanish Club, Klein High School National Honor Society, Junior League of North Harris and Montgomery Counties, Cypress-Woodlands Junior Forum, The Woodlands Christian Academy, and many more have volunteered at the Festival.
Twelve young musicians got a chance of a lifetime at the Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival Aug. 29 at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Students from School of Rock The Woodlands had an opportunity to watch the sound check for Circa Survive, tour backstage and several of the tour buses before the concert. The concert featured Alice in Chains, Jane’s Addiction, Coheed and Cambria and Circa Survive.
The School of Rock focuses on rock bands as a method of educating students how to become a professional musician. One of the bands performing at the concert, Alice in Chains, is a band they study and whose material they perform. Marc Reczek, general manager and music director for the school uses Alice in Chains’ style of music as a method of teaching.
“Today was really awesome, because we got to meet some of the band members and see what it is like to be in a rock band,” said Natalie Ware, an 8-year-old student at the School of Rock. “I am a drummer and hope to play in a band when I am older. This was fantastic!”
The production team of the Uproar Festival escorted the kids on stage and gave a tour of the set. The kids received drumsticks, guitar picks and a meet and greet with Alice in Chains. Anthony Green of Circa Survive greeted the students and posed for a group photo. The group learned how much work goes into installing the truck loads of equipment required for a big stage production. Then after the show it all comes down, goes back on the trucks and the entire tour production drives to the next city on their itinerary.