Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

4.548 Votes
  • Address: 2005 Lake Robbins Dr, The Woodlands, TX 77380, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-2813633300
  • Tags: Performance, Family And Kids, Amphitheater

If you find live performances the most engaging; you can certainly pay a visit to the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Known to be the world’s second busiest amphitheatre, this spot boasts to hold a large crowd. You can spot seating arrangements for 16,500 spectators here. You can enjoy a lot of shows here as the amphitheatre gets used as a venue pretty often to organise live music concerts and other forms of performing arts. Not only contemporary artists and emerging bands but legends like Frank Sinatra and Clint Black have also performed here. For organising other events in a large spectrum, this facility can be rented. You can come here with your friends and family to enjoy an interesting performance.

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  • Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion Address: 2005 Lake Robbins Dr, The Woodlands, TX 77380, USA, United States
  • Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion Contact Number: +1-2813633300
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Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion Reviews & Ratings

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  • Great venue! It's basically Miller Outdoor Theater on steroids. The acoustics and screens were excellent. I didn't go to the concession stands because I attended the Future/Meek/Megan concert and had VIP passes for a meal. Nonetheless, the place is laid out beautifully. It took 10 minutes ti get through the line, metal detectors, and get to a seat. Not bad for thousands of people at the concert. Also, Megan represented and she was everything! πŸ™ƒπŸ˜Š

  • Amazing venue one of If not the best places to see a concert. The staff and very friendly and will help with anything you need. Went to a show there the past weekend had an amazing time I would highly recommend if your in the area or not this place is worth the drive I drove all the way from Louisiana to see this show and would do it again gladly. Keep up the good work guys your venue is beautiful and amazing thanks again for an awesome time

  • Very nice experience at this pavilion. I remember I visited this venue years ago when Avril Lavigne was touring and I must admit these guys keep this place in mint condition after all these years. The covered seating is not the most comfortable, but very good views for the price so it’s a little bit of a give and take in my opinion. The GOT concert was amazing. Love it all and do recommend this venue.

  • I would give five stars but the food was way expensive. The fries were rubbery. Paying $21 for two meals I expected the fries to be warm and fresh. We were under the cover with seats with backs and every once in a while a nice breeze would come through. Two large screens let you see what was happening on the stage and plenty of speakers so you could hear the great music.

  • Great venue for all types of music. Hearing and seeing the Houston Symphony perform "heroic music" from superhero movies gives a much better appreciate of how big a role music plays in movies. The facility is very nice with fans and some air conditioning. Concessions are expensive. $14.50 for a beer; $10.50 for 4 chicken tenders and fries; $9 for a refillable soda.

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