Housed in a century-old structure, Grand Stafford Theater is one of the major venue when it comes to live music events. This state-of-the-art concert space comes with a seating capacity of up to 400 and is equipped with amazing acoustics, sound and light technology, thus, enhancing the experience of watching live concerts. Other facilities include a full-service bar and a second-floor bar offering cocktails in a modern and upscale setup. Well known artists/ bands like John David Kent, Green River Ordinance, Grupo Fantasma and many other artists have performed on the stage of the Grand Stafford Theater. Call or visit their website to know more about the venue.
A prestigious member of the Texas A&M University is its mascot Reveille. Referred to as “the first lady” on campus, she has a Five-Star General ranking in the institution’s Corps of Cadets, with royalty treatment to match. Located near Kyle Field, there is a cemetery dedicated to all the past Reveilles. This space shadowed by the scoreboard is the final resting place of the beloved canine.
Spacious and beautifully decorated, Rudder's auditorium is an ideal place for hosting concerts, ballets, large theatrical productions, and symphonies. Well lit and fully equipped with audio and visual equipment, this auditorium can accommodate about 2,500 people.
This is a fine art museum which is located on the grounds of the Texas A&M University. Named after the first Memorial Student Center director, J. Wayne Stark, this museum is operated by the University Art Galleries Department. The gallery exhibits print and photographs of the 19th and 20th century, but majorly the Texas art. They hold special workshops and educational programs at their gallery.
Kyle Field is the home field for the Texas A&M Aggies football team in College Station, Texas. The historic field is believed to be the biggest playing field in the state. The field underwent several renovations over time and hosts schools football games and huge events as well.