617 Las Palmas
Cotulla, TX 78014
Phone: (830) 879-2220
Fax: (830) 879-2221
Known to be one of the oldest theater in the state of Texas, the Grand Opera House is undoubtedly a building of historic significance. Also known as the Janey Slaughter Briscoe Grand Opera House, the theater was built in 1891 in the town of Uvalde. The theater is still very much operational and hosts various kinds of plays and performances. The Romanesque Revival style building of the theater was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.
What is on your mind? An ice hockey game, a football match or to watch your favorite star perform? If you want them all, then this is the place to be. This state-of-the art entertainment center is the finest in Laredo. It can seat 8,000 people for an ice hockey or a football game, and 10,000 for a concert. Julio Iglesias, Elton John and Santana are some of the stars who have performed here.
Laredo Entertainment Center has quickly emerged as one of the most important landmarks in the city of Laredo. Several concerts, events—sports and cultural, trade fairs, circuses and the like are held here from time to time. It is an essential entertainment hub that provides a quality experience to its audiences and guests. The tickets for any event are sold on a first come basis, so if you're planning to attend an event better look out for the dates. The rates of the tickets are quite reasonable, making it possible for anyone and everyone to avail of the opportunity.
Gimnasio Multidisciplinario Nuevo Laredo is an indoor track located in Cuidad Deportive Sports Complex and is mainly used for basketball. The arena is home to Mexican basketball teams and two time champions, Toros de Nuevo Laredo and was completed in 2007 as part of phase two construction.
The sports complex of Ciudad Deportiva is mainly a baseball park having a seating capacity of 12,000. It is the home field of the Telecote de Nuevo Laredo team. It is located in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, Mexico.