Great White: '80s Rockers Live in Dallas at the House of Blues
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The last date listed for Great White was Saturday November 17, 2012 / 9:00pm.
Currently at House of Blues:
- Full Price:
- $23.50 - $30.00
- Our Price:
- COMP - $15.00
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The House of Blues is an excellent venue for entertainment. We had drinks at the Foundation Room, relaxed to a random guy who walked onto the Foundation Room's platform and showed off his guitar and acoustical skills, and then waltzed over to the main concert room to rock out. The crowd was stable not rowdy and the band was fun! Great White looks like they have taken good care of themselves over the years.
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About the Ticket Supplier: House of Blues Dallas
House of Blues Dallas opened in 2007 in the historic White Swan Building at the crossroads of Dallas’ West End and the newly established Victory Park development. The building dates back to the 1920’s when it housed a White Swan Coffee processing plant. Home to unique pieces of art such as Alan Sainte James Boudrot’s “A Dream Come True” and S. Guion’s painting of Robert Johnson, this unique and history-rich building continues to celebrate and showcase art and music. In keeping with tradition, the House of Blues Dallas displays the “Crazy Quilt” and keeps a metal box of mud from the Delta Mississippi underneath its stage.