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Mark Cuban to Open The Echo Lounge & Music Hall in November


View of the interior of The Echo Lounge & Music Hall opening in the Design District. | Image from Live Nation Entertainment

After months of delays and missed projected launch dates due to construction, the Echo Lounge & Music Hall has officially announced a November opening.

The Echo Lounge & Music Hall comes from Shark Tank Entrepreneur and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban. It is located in the Design District of Dallas.

“I’m super excited for the opening of the Echo Lounge & Music Hall,” said Mark Cuban. “This takes the Design District to the next level in its move towards being an entertainment destination. And, with the tunnel between the American Airlines Center side and Design District side of the highway being finished, it will be an exciting post-game place to have fun and see live shows!”

The music venue can accommodate up to one thousand people and feature entertainment from local and national artists. More than a dozen artists have already been scheduled to perform.

Some of these names include Mayer Hawthorne with India Shawn, Jeremy Zucker with Del Water Gap, Madison Beer with Maggie Lindemann and Audriix, and Sleepy Hallow with Eli Fross. Many of the shows have already sold out.

The ample space contains a music hall, a lounge, and an outdoor patio. The venue will also serve food, cocktails, and beer. Tickets will be sold through Live Nation, partnered with Cuban and the Dallas Mavericks to promote the venue.

“The Echo Lounge & Music Hall is going to be a great new venue for artists to play in Dallas,” Michael Rapino, the CEO of Live Nation Entertainment, shared. “There’s lots of opportunity to bring more concerts to the city, and we really value having the hometown partnership with Mark Cuban and the Mavericks in creating this space.”

See the full line-up of performing artists set to appear at the Echo Lounge & Music Hall here.

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