Music Hall at Fair Park. (Courtesy photo By Chris Waits) Stage Notes is a weekly aggregate post about theater, classical music and stage news, events, reviews and other pertinent information. Broadway Dallas and Live Nation announce multi-year partnership Broadway Dallas and Live Nation announced on Momday a multi-year partnership to bring a wide-ranging, diverse programming line-up to the 3,400 seat Music Hall at Fair Park.
Perhaps known best for its Broadway series, the Music Hall has hosted a number of types of events ranging that have included concerts, comedy and notable speakers.
On its stage, the venue has hosted Dr. Martin Luther King, Liza Minnelli, Jerry Seinfeld, Dolly Parton, Dionne Warwick and Liberace. “We are privileged to have the nearly 100-year-old Music Hall in our care,” Ken Novice, president and CEO of Broadway Dallas said in a press release. “While Broadway performances take up a significant portion of our calendar, there are dozens of weeks each year where the venue sits empty.
This new partnership with Live Nation will help ensure that the Music Hall is occupied as much as possible with diverse, world-class artists and that the legacy of this marvelous venue continues to grow.” Already announced Live Nation shows at the Music Hall include Aug.