Warehouse Live Seating Plan
Details of Warehouse Live and the Ticket Luck value
Heading down to Downtown Houston, you will see gleaming office buildings lining the place. Move forward a little and you will find a 1920’s warehouse transformed into something amazing. That is Warehouse Live, a concert hall, refurbished to make it a one-of-a-kind event venue. The place is a music hub in Houston with its schedule lined up with many famous live acts year round. It is one of Houston’s favorite entertainment facilities; a multi-purpose venue which is flexible enough to accommodate a crowd of 50 or 1500 depending on what it is required for. And what’s more, Warehouse Live tickets are never out of fashion as the organizers keep it cool at all times.
Right from the moment you step inside the 20 foot neon marquee, you are transported in a world where only music matters – and that too, loud! The place has been constructed in a way that it provides unrivaled facilities and incredible flexibility when it comes to production and layout. There are two independent spaces in the complex, the Studio and the Ballroom. Each one has its own entrances and exits, bars, restrooms, flat screens and lighting and sound system. Moreover, there is high-speed internet available in the facility.
The location of Warehouse Live also gives it an edge over other concert venues. It is situated just behind the George R. Brown Convention Center and a little way from Minute Maid Park, making it accessible to everyone. Parking can sometimes be a problem in Downtown but the wonderful time people have in the place covers it all. In fact, there is always ample parking space available throughout the area and there are also three lots allocated adjacent to the venue for attendees to park their vehicles.
Warehouse Live’s event history is filled with events that have been extremely popular while some have been moderate but never a bad one. Juicy J, Three Days Grace, RED, of Mice and Men, Icona Pop are few of the many concerts held here. The place has also seen a number of sold out shows including The Coronation of the KREAM King - Mac Miller with Maxo KREAM, Chance the Rapper, the Internet, Vince Staples and Njomza; Juicy J with A$AP Ferg; A Day To Remember with Of Mice and Men, Issues; CURREN$Y; Sleeping with Sirens – Conditions, Dangerkids and Lions Lions; Tegan & Sara with Speak; Every Time I Die with The Acacia Strain, Hundredth, No Bragging Rights and Vanna; Of Mice and Men with Volumes, Texas in July and Capture the Crown and; the concert of Kendrick Lamar.
Whether it’s the vintage ambience of the place or the famous acts featured here, Warehouse Live is a magnet for music lovers. There are sold out shows and regular shows held repeatedly on popular requests and what not. The place is always alive, always bringing wonderful live music. There is hardly ever a big banner concert whose Warehouse Live tickets don’t sell out. Even all the others attract big crowds because this venue has succeeded in gaining a reputation where people know for sure they will have a good time.