San Antonio’s Stable Hall Venue Announces Opening Calendar
The landmark Stable building, which was constructed in the late 19th century and once housed Pearl brewery’s draft horses, is in the final stages of being restored and transformed into a historic, state-of-the-art venue. Stable Hall will be a destination for artists and music lovers alike, showcasing a diverse array of national, regional and local talent in a one-of-a-kind environment. Once complete, total venue capacity will be 1,000. Venue highlights include: a reclaimed Texas dance hall pine floor; fixed seat mezzanine; Hayloft balconies; six full-service bars; Austrian lift stage drapes; and a large jewel-box stage for shows of all sizes.
“The historic Pearl Stables served an important purpose in the early days of the Pearl brewery, and today this original structure is one of the most beautiful, repurposed buildings in San Antonio,” said Pearl CEO Mesha Millsap. “The Stable building will always own an important piece of history on this property, having served multiple purposes over the last century. We are excited for its next chapter as a world-class live music venue, adding to the atmosphere Pearl is proud to be creating, celebrating the rich musical heritage of San Antonio.”
The Opening Acts
Opening at the historic Pearl in January 2024, Stable Hall will feature in its opening months acts that include Black Pumas, Portugal. The Man, and Saint Motel to name a few. Tickets go on sale Friday, October 27 at 10 AM CT.
Brooklyn Michelle and Wes Denzel | January 18, 2024
San Antonio-based artist/producer Brooklyn Michelle and San Antonio-based rapper/songwriter Wes Denzel will be among the first to play at Stable Hall in 2024.
The Record Company | January 19, 2024
Grammy-nominated rock group The Record Company will be performing at Stable Hall this coming January. The band recently released a new album aptly titled The 4th Album.
Mariachi Damas de Jalisco and Mariachi Las Coronelas | January 22, 2024
Mariachi Damas de Jalisco and Mariachi Las Coronelas are both some of San Antonio’s most celebrated all-female mariachi groups. Mariachi Damas de Jalisco boasts more than 20 years of professional experience, impressing audiences all across the United States and Mexico. Mariachi Las Coronelas has performed on From Dusk Till Dawn the Series, Machete, Netflix’s Seis Manos, The Jimmy Kimmel Show with Bill Murray, Will Ferrel’s Funny or Die Music/Comedy Showcase and the SXSW stage to name a few.
Buttercup and Garrett T. Capps & NASA Country | January 25, 2024
Buttercup describes itself as a “life-affirming art-rock band” and Garrett T. Capps and his band NASA Country perform a unique genre combination of “Cowboy Kraut” and “Tex-Mex Rock n’ Roll,” together, the beloved local bands have a sound that is uniquely San Antonio.
Los Texmaniacs feat. Flaco Jiménez and Augie Meyers | January 27, 2024
Stable Hall will welcome guests for a special evening with Grammy Award-winning conjunto band Los Texmaniacs. The band will be joined by Grammy Award-winning conjunto pioneer Flaco Jiménez and legendary performer, producer and Texas Music Hall of Famer Augie Meyers, who will perform their own sets as part of the show.
Portugal. The Man | February 9, 2024
Grammy Award-winning band Portugal. The Man will be one of the first bands to grace the stage at Stable Hall. The American rock group is known by many for its 2017 single “Feel It Still,” from the album Woodstock. The music video for the song currently has more than 355 million views on YouTube and over 1 billion streams on Spotify alone. The song also topped Billboard’s Alternative Songs chart.
Xavier Omär and Mélat | February 10, 2024
R&B artists Xavier Omär and Mélat are coming to Stable Hall on Saturday, February 10. The artists have collaborated on several songs like “Konjo” and “We Don’t Have To.” Xavier Omär is currently on tour promoting some of his latest work, like his album b l u r r. Mélat recently released her latest album Canon Metis: Wiser Than Gods and Mortal Men this past September.
Black Pumas | February 16 and 17, 2024
Beloved psychedelic soul duo, Eric Burton and Adrian Quesada of the Black Pumas, will perform a special two-night run at Stable Hall in February. The six-time Grammy-nominated band is celebrated for their soulful sound and intricate melodies. The band’s song “Colors” has been streamed upwards of 170 million times across all platforms.
For more information about the performances and complete list, visit stablehall.com.