Venue Details

5 Star Starred
House of Blues
2200 North Lamar Street Dallas, TX 75202
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Public lots around venue are $10. Try to find street parking or take public transportation.
Scott Stapp travel Mar 20 2014 star this tip starred
Ate at restaurant inside venue. Food was really good.
Scott Stapp dining Mar 20 2014 star this tip starred
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Reviews & Ratings

16 ratings
4.3 average rating
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15 events
5 reviews
1 stars
attended Feb 09 2014

It was great. Enjoyed the music and the food

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1 events
1 review
0 stars
attended Dec 29 2013

What a great experience! Great food, great staff and the show was amazing!

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3 events
2 reviews
0 stars
attended Feb 09 2014

Signing up on Goldstar was easy. Actually getting the ticket once we arrived at the HOB was impossible. First, we were told they would be available at Will Call 1 hour before the show. Our tickets were not available until show time. We were...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

Check out the brunch menu.


Gospel brunch seating is family style, meaning guests are seated at large tables with other parties.

Ticket price includes the brunch buffet, live gospel show, tax and non-alcoholic beverages such as coffee, tea, soda, juice and milk.

The brunch lasts approximately two hours, closing with a one-hour live gospel show.

Kirk Franklin does not perform or appear in person at these shows.

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the IHOBF, providing arts and music support to underserved youth.

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.