The Granada Theater in Dallas, Texas, has switched back and forth from movie theater to concert hall several times since 1946 when it opened as a concert hall. It was originally opened as a post-WWII movie hall, and the exterior of the building is reminiscent of old Hollywood with Art Deco designs. The Granada Theater has also won many awards, including 2007 Nightlife Winner by Citysearch, Best Live Music Venue 2011-2015 by the Dallas Observer, Top 10 Cultural Destinations in Dallas 2008 by Modern Luxury Dallas and several others. It also hosts private events such as weddings and corporate events. Today, the Granada Theater hosts musical performers such as Adele, Missio, Marcus King Band, The Lemonheads and more. Buy tickets for your favorite Granada Theater Dallas events at StubHub.
Are there any dining options near the Granada Theater?
There are a few options, including The Sundown, which is directly next to the Granada Theater. It serves different types of foods, including Tex-Mex, flatbreads, American and organic meals. The Sundown also has nightly music entertainment on the rooftop. There are several other types of restaurants nearby, including Aww Shucks, which serves seafood, and Snuffers, which serves American food.
What hotels are in the area?
There are several reasonably priced hotels and several high-end hotels available nearby. Some of these accommodations include Best Western Cityplace Inn, Crowne Plaza Dallas Downtown, La Quinta Inn by Wyndham Dallas, Magnolia Hotel Dallas-Park Cities and Hotel Indigo Dallas Downtown.
What is the the Granada Theater's seating capacity?
The total capacity for the theater is 1,000. The first floor can hold 600 people and the balcony can hold 400 people for seated shows. Some shows are fully seated and some are partially seated.
Is there nearby parking available?
There's a parking lot in the back of the theater, which costs $8. Otherwise, you can also park on the street for free. Just be mindful of areas that are marked as "no parking" zones.
What are the rules for different age groups?
Attendants of Granada Theater events must be at least 10 years old, and teenagers must be at least 14 years old to attend an event without a guardian. People must also bring photo IDs to show if they are at least 21 years old. People under the age of 21 are given different wristbands than people 21 and over.
Is there a handicap-friendly viewing area?
Yes. There's an area that can be accessed for people who need a wheelchair-accessible space.Back to Top
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