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Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Register-to-Win Tommy Bahama's "Best Seats in the House" at the Next Performing Arts Event

The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion provides concertgoers with many activities in the Plazas prior to each performing arts event. One popular pre-concert activity is registering to win the “Best Seats in the House” with Tommy Bahama.

The “Best Seats in the House” package includes free parking, seating and dinner for four catered by Tommy Bahama at the next performing arts event. Tommy Bahama is conveniently located 0.3 miles from The Pavilion in the heart of Market Street. Ideal for lunch, dinner, or happy hour, Tommy Bahama offers tropical entrĂ©es and a variety of island drinks.

After each event comes to a close, a winner is selected from the raffle and contacted. On the day of the event, the lucky winner and three guests are escorted to their seats in Section 103 where a private table is set up for their dinner. Employees from Tommy Bahama are there to provide guests with a full-service, four course meal.

Pat Neal was a recent winner who was able to attend A Symphonic Journey June 6 with her husband, Jon and friends. Neal and her husband have lived in The Woodlands for 13 years and have attended performing arts events at The Pavilion frequently throughout the years.

“We are very lucky to have this experience,” Pat Neal said. “Tommy Bahama is one of our favorite restaurants, although we usually only get to go there on special occasions. The [register-to-win] raffle gave us an opportunity to dress up and enjoy the symphony while eating great food at a great venue.”

“We’re going to register-to-win at every event we come to from now on,” Jon Neal said. “We would be crazy not to!”

If you want the chance to enjoy an event VIP-style at The Pavilion with a gourmet meal to go along with it, don’t forget to register-to-win with Tommy Bahama at the next performing arts event! The Tommy Bahama booth is located in the North Plaza in front of the Merchandise Tent.


  1. The Pavilion exists because my former boss George Mitchell built it for his wife. I have attended shows there since it was 1st built and have many memories is another recent one from my Facebook >>>>>>


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