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Granada Theater

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BayouFire wrote a review Feb 2020
Pineville, Louisiana103 contributions34 helpful votes
I took my youngest daughter to a concert for her favorite band "Weathers". The venue had great sound was not overpowering, minors were monitored to make sure they didn't receive alcohol. Very quick check-in and is perfect for intimate up-close concerts. Daughter left extremely happy, she got to get up close to the stage and even got to meet and take a picture with the lead vocalist for the group. Great staff and security. Very cool inside and out!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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lizardlips81 wrote a review Feb 2020
Abilene, Texas8 contributions1 helpful vote
I've always said: there's a difference between a bar that has music and a music venue that serves alcohol. The Granada is the latter and I believe this is why I seem to have so many pleasant experiences there. I've seen tons of shows a the Granada and I can always count on a good time. The theatre is beautiful, the staff is attentive and the audience is usually pretty well behaved. I've been at packed shows, but I've never been moshed on, accosted or had someone spill a drink on me. Lack of physical discomfort is pretty high on my list of concert requirements. The Granada always delivers.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Ellen H wrote a review Nov 2019
Grand Junction, Colorado31 contributions34 helpful votes
If you are making a trip to the Granada Theatre in Dallas, do yourself a favor and use Uber or Lyft to get there. There is very little street parking so the cost of a car hire is totally worth it. Drinks are extremely expensive at the Theatre but that seems to be the norm anymore. The concert we attended was very good and we have no complaints. Didn’t love it but certainly didn’t dislike it either.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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KMart1980 wrote a review Oct 2019
Haughton73 contributions12 helpful votes
This is an old theater so the acoustics were amazing. One negative is you had to stand the whole time. There were three bars, so getting a beverage was not a problem. There are several restaurants in walking distance.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Tresmilain wrote a review Aug 2019
The Colony, Texas56 contributions17 helpful votes
My daughter and I attended the Grace Vanderwaal concert on August 16, 2019 with Jade Jackson as the opener. This was our first time to the Granada Theater and we loved it. We can't wait to return for more concerts. It has such a cool vibe. This is the best use of an old movie theatre from the 1930s/40s. The security staff was so nice too and I was glad to see that they purse checked everyone and wanded everyone. We had general admission tickets and chose the balcony. There was room on the main floor but it looked a little too close with other people...a bit too mosh pit for me. We had the first row on the balcony with a little counter in front of us for our drinks. There was a bar in the main lobby, one on the 1st floor and one in the back of the balcony so if you needed a beverage, you didn't have to go far. There were also restrooms on the main floor as well as in the balcony. This was a standing only concert which was great because even if you're at a concert with chairs (i.e. AT&T Stadium), you never sit anyway!! People were friendly and we made a few friends. The lady next to us gave my daughter her early admit pass which had Grace's picture on it. She had been to previous concerts and this was my daughters first concert. She was soooo sweet and kept asking my daughter (12) if she could see okay and offered her spot many times. The view was great, acoustics were fine and all in all we had a great time. We can't wait to go back and really like the smaller concert venue like this instead of American Airlines center. Easy in and out on a busy Friday night in Lower Greenville too. Highly recommend concerts here.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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