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Michael & Susan Dell Hall is an example of what good acoustics facility is. Distributed across three levels, with good lighting, seating and viewing facilities the audience has a great view of the performances on stage. The Hall is located in the Long Center for the Performing Arts. The venue includes the Meredith Family Stage and the Dell Green Room, both of which can be individually rented for private events such as weddings and receptions.
Located in the heart of Austin, the House Park Stadium is a major venue for high school football in the city. It is the home field for four high schools in the city: Austin, Anderson, McCallum and Lanier High Schools. The stadium opened in 1939 on land donated by former diplomat Edward M. House, and was dedicated to the Austin High School students who lost their lives in World War I and II. The stadium seats 6500 spectators.
Easily mistaken for just another house on the block, come to Lustre Pearl to grab a cold beer, hang out with a large group of friends, and catch a live music show. As the story goes, the old house was bought for an aspiring singer named Lustre, who wound up in Austin and converted the house into a bar cum live music venue. The house has been gutted to make room for a bar and a jukebox, but most of the patrons grab a drink and head into the backyard, where you'll find an eclectic collection of chairs and makeshift tables, hula hoops, and a ping pong table. The house also comes equipped with its own taco truck. Laid-back, fun, and brimming with local flair, Lustre Pearl is the perfect place for a casual night out.
The Saengerrunde Hall boasts of a history that goes back to late 1890s and early 1900s. Centrally located on the San Jacinto Boulevard, it was established as a singing society for the German settlers in Austin. The facility comprises of a main hall that can accommodate up to 400 people and a terrace area which can hold up to a 100 persons. Technologically, it has been endowed with all the right trimmings, making it great for private and social affairs like dance recitals, weddings as well as corporate events.There is even a bowling facility which is often sought by private and corporate parties.
Topfer Theatre is theater redefined with elegance and state of the art facilities for theater patrons. Right from the bright atrium lobby to the dark wood 427 seat auditorium, everything has a classy vibe. Perfect for musicals and plays, the venue is Austin's tasteful tribute to arts. You can enjoy pre and post show drinks at the bar in the lobby or at the Serra Skyline lounge with stunning views of the Austin skyline. With Topfer Theatre, Austin's theater scene is upped the ante.
A visit to Austin isn't complete without a visit to the aristocratic Rainey Street. This quaint street is flanked by historical residences and a canopy of green trees. Most houses are under private occupation, however some have been converted into swanky bars and restaurants, so much so that this area is famous for its bar scene. These establishments retain the vintage feel of the place, whilst infusing the picturesque houses with contemporary decor. This gives rise to a unique bar culture, and most of the restaurants boast of extensive porches and backyards. Do visit this area for its ebullient nightlife and cocktail lounges that coexist with the quiet, old-world charm of this residential zone.