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Tuesday, November 24, 2015

End of Season 26

The End of Season 26 at The Pavilion

The 26th season of The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion ends next week with two final performances: Holly Jolly Jingle on December 3 and KSBJ Presents Christmas with Amy Grant & Michael W. Smith on December 5. It’s been quite a successful year at The Pavilion: several sold-out shows, record attendance at performing arts events and the highest ticket sales of any outdoor amphitheater in the world—earning us the #1 spot in Pollstar’s annual rankings for the third business quarter.

Pavilion by the Numbers
Total Guests: More than 75,000

Total Ticketed Events: 61
Contemporary/Live Nation Events: 41
Community Rentals: 6
Performing Arts Events: 14
Educational Outreach Events: Musical Scores, Music in Motion, Fine Arts Education Days, ChamberFest, Children's Festival School Days
Annual Fundraisers: Wine Dinner & Auction, Pre-Concert Fundraiser

According to our records on, this season’s ticket sales were widespread by location and demographic. The majority of tickets were purchased in the Greater Houston Area and throughout Texas, but others were purchased as across the Western United States in each Arkansas, Colorado, California, Wyoming, Idaho, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington. Several concertgoers even purchased theirs from Canada.

The most popular concert in Ticketmaster sales was Lana Del Ray with Courtney Love, selling out at 16,422 tickets. What was your favorite?

March 28 – KSBJ Anniversary Concert with MercyMe with Crowder, Matt Maher, Jamie Grace, Tedashii, Group 1 Crew, Jon Guerra, I Am They & Sha
April 1 – Nickelback
April 11 – Bryan Adams
April 18 – Buzzfest 33 with Godsmack, Hollywood Undead, Buckcherry, Not in the Face, Within Reason, Dirty Heads, Breaking Benjamin
April 22 - The Peking Acrobats with the Houston Symphony
April 24 - Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga
April 25 - Chris Tomlin with Tenth Avenue North and Rend Collective
May 1 - Elton John
May 2 - ZZ Top and Jeff Beck
May 3 - Lady Antebellum with Hunter Hayes and Sam Hunt
May 7 - Lana Del Rey with Courtney Love
May 8 - Beethoven & Bartok with the Houston Symphony
May 15 - "The Magic Flute" with Houston Grand Opera
May 23-24 - Boni's Dance Recital - Love, Dance and Motown
May 28 - Jimmy Buffett & The Coral Reefer Band
May 29 - The Music of Led Zeppelin with the Houston Symphony
May 30 - Train with The Fray and Matt Nathanson
June 1 - The Woodlands College Park High School Graduation
June 2 - The Woodlands High School Graduation
June 4 - Conroe High School Graduation
June 12 - Disney in Concert: Tale as Old as Time
June 13 - Boom 92 Kings of the Mic
June 17 - Move with Derek and Julianne Hough
June 19 - Texas Music Festival Orchestra
June 20 - 93Q's A Day in the Country with Darius Rucker & Brett Eldredge, Brothers Osborne, A Thousand Horses, Chase Bryant, Drake White
July 2 - Third Eye Blind & Dashboard Confessional
July 3 - Star-Spangled Salute with the Houston Symphony
June 10 - Tedeschi Trucks Band with Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings & Doyle Bramhall II
July 11 - Bud Light Weenie Roast with Shinedown, Blue October, X Ambassadors, Meg Myers and Nothing More
July 17 - The Avett Brothers with Old Crow Medicine Show
July 18 - Steely Dan with Elvis Costello & The Imposters
July 21 - Sublime with Rome with Rebelution, Pepper, Mickey Avalon
July 22 - Kid Rock with Foreigner and Packway Handle Band
July 24 - Fall Out Boy & Wiz Khalifa with Hoodie Allen
July 25 - Chicago & Earth, Wind and Fire
July 30 - Michael Cavanaugh: Music of the Great Singer-Songwriters with the Houston Symphony
July 31 - Idina Menzel
August 1 - Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival with Slayer, King Diamond, Hellyeah, The Devil Wears Prada, White Chapel, Thy Art Is Murder
August 8 - 5 Seconds of Summer with Hey Violet
August 15 - Grease Sing-A-Long
August 19 - Incubus and Deftones with Death From Above 1979 & The Bots
August 21 - J. Cole with Big Sean, YG, Jeremih, Bas, Cozz and Omen
August 22 - Def Leppard with Styx and Tesla
August 24 - Yes with Toto
August 29 - Australian Pink Floyd with Led Zeppelin 2
September 1 - Kelly Clarkson with Pentatonix, Eric Hutchinson and Abi Ann
September 4 - Slipknot with Lamb of God, Bullet for My Valentine & Motionless in White
September 10 - Music of the Americas with the Houston Symphony
September 19 - Lenny Kravitz with Andra Day
September 22 - Rick Springfield with Loverboy and The Romantics
September 25 - Van Halen with Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band
September 26 - Daryl Hall & John Oates
October 1 - An Evening with the Houston Ballet
October 8 - Counting Crows with Citizen Cope and Hollis Brown
October 16 - Oddball Comedy Festival with Aziz Ansari, Amy Schumer, Bridget Everett, TJ Miller, Anthony Jeselnik, Jeff Ross, Nick Thune
October 17 - Buzzfest 34 with Papa Roach, Bring Me The Horizon, Panic! At The Disco, Candlebox, P.O.D., Big Wreck, The Struts, Yelawolf, Atlas
October 23 - Hocus Pocus Pops with the Houston Symphony
October 24 - Majic Under the Stars with Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds, Jaheim, Keith Sweat, and Tony! Toni! TonĂ©
November 7 - Zac Brown Band with Drake White
November 14-15 – 20th Annual Children’s Festival
December 3 – Holly Jolly Jingle
December 5 - KSBJ Presents Christmas with Amy Grant & Michael W. Smith

 We appreciate the support of The Woodlands and the Greater Houston area during our 26th season! The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion’s 27th season begins in just a few short months, so like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter to hear about 2016 performances as they’re announced. Thank you for your continued patronage, and we look forward to seeing you again soon!

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