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5 Reasons To Visit Toyota Music Factory

With construction delays long behind it, Las Colinas’ newest music venue is open for business—and much more is still waiting in the wings.

Head to Las Colinas, and north of O’Connor TK between US Highway 114 and Las Colinas Boulevard you’ll find The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory. You’ll also quickly see what all the fuss has been about, because the newly up-and-running, 115,300-square-foot Live Nation-operated music venue is only a small piece of Las Colinas’ biggest and baddest new entertainment destination. Here are a few things to look forward to from a visit to The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory—and the list goes far beyond live music.

1. Big-Name Acts Coming Soon

With upcoming performances from the likes of Steve Winwood, Sublime, KISS, The Flaming Lips, Ms. Lauryn Hill and Nas, Matchbox Twenty and Counting Crows, Wilco, Harry Styles, Ryan Adams—must we go on? The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory will feature acts that span myriad genres and musical tastes. Get your tickets on the official website, and see for yourself why the Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory—a convertible 2,500-seat intimate/4,000-seat indoor/8,000-seat outdoor music venue—has attracted such top-tier talent.

2. Options, Options & More Options

With 250,000 square feet of retail, entertainment, and restaurant space that includes 25 restaurant options and an Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory will appeal to any and every entertainment preference.

3. Food, Glorious Food!

An impressive list of restaurant tenants have already secured space at the Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory, and they’ll soon open on a rolling basis between now and next spring. You’ll soon be able to visit the latest and greatest DFW locations of restaurants including Gloria’s Latin Cuisine, Freshii, Grimaldi’s Coal Brick Oven Pizza, Kabuki Japanese Restaurant, and TCBY. New concepts on deck include Boi Na Braza, a Brazilian steakhouse opening December 2017; Burgerim, a burger joint opening in December 2017; C-Bar, a farm-to-table restaurant opening January 2018; Highway 61 South, a juke joint with Texas barbecue opening January 2018; Pop Factory, healthy popsicle and frozen fruit retailer opening November 2017; Nosh & Bottle Market, a grab-and-go gourmet food market opening December 2017; Kitchen 101, a fast-casual restaurant opening February 2018; Violet Room, an upscale seasonal restaurant opening in February 2018; Texas Jam House and Marketplace, a 24-hour kitchen opening December 2017; and Top Round Roast Beef, a handmade sandwich restaurant opening in December 2017.

4. Drinks, Glorious Drinks!

Thirsty? There’s bars all over this new venue where you can happily whet your whistle. From new outposts from favorites like Bar Louie and Yard House to newcomers like Bar Manzanilla, Thirsty Lion Gastropub, and Martini Ranch, there’s no shortage of places to get your drink on at the Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory.

5. Fun For Everyone

It’s not just music and food at the Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory; you can also catch acts that range from veteran comedians like Dave Chappelle to popular commentators like Trevor Noah. Or, bring your kids (and maybe your own set of discrete earbuds) for events like Kidz Bop and Shopkins Live! With more shows and events being announced all the time, you’ll want to keep an eye on Las Colinas when you’re planning your next date night, girls night, or friends’ night, because the Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory likely has something that everyone can enjoy.


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