Free Press Summer Fest organisation to build new song venue
August 6, 2014 - storage organizer
Web producer- Houston Business Journal
A new song venue designed for only north of downtown could open by late subsequent year.
The Houston Chronicle reports that Pegstar Concerts, a unison graduation organisation behind Houston’s Free Press Summer Festival, has cumulative land during 2915 N. Main, only easterly of Interstate 45 North.
Plans for a yet-to-be-named venue embody dual indoor stages, an outside theatre and an icehouse open 7 days per week, a Chronicle reports. Other tools of a skill might be converted into other uses, such as parking, farmers markets and storage.
Pegstar owner Jagi Katial founded FPSF 6 years ago with Omar Afra, who founded Free Press Houston.
They have leased Fitzgerald’s in a Heights given Sep 2010, and their franchise is adult in Sep 2015, a Chronicle reports. However, Katial told a Chronicle he would like to continue engagement shows there, even after Pegstar moves a “home base” to a new venue.
This year, a sold-out FPSF drew roughly 100,000 concert-goers and inhabitant headliners such as Jack White and Vampire Weekend, who played in Eleanor Tinsley Park alongside internal rappers such as Bun B and Slim Thug.
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