1489 IH-35 N.
New Braunfels, TX 78130
Phone: (830) 643-1100
Fax: (830) 643-1112
Originally built in 1900, the Seekatz Opera House was host to several forms of traveling entertainment, operas and theater productions, dances, and motion pictures. Unfortunately in 1941, the original building was destroyed by fire but rebuilt soon after. This restored historic downtown building is available for your next event, meeting, or social gathering. It features modern amenities, including audio, video and food equipment, while still retaining is its wooden floors.
Only about a 30-minute drive from downtown San Antonio, this hall's tiny stage has hosted more legendary musicians than you'd think possible. It is also not uncommon to encounter a film crew using the historic hall as a backdrop for a major motion picture or music video. The hall is basic, with its wooden floor, long bar, and cold beer, but it is also authentic. The building was constructed in the late 1880s as the social center of a small cotton farming community. In the 1970s it was saved from sure destruction by its current owners, and it has since become an institution in Texas music. Past performers have included Jerry Jeff Walker, Willie Nelson, Kelly Willis, Marty Stuart, Joe Ely and many, many more.
The Brauntex aims to provide great live entertainment, changing up the schedule each season. Many have performed here from comedians to jazz bands and more. See the website or call for more information.
Held on weekends once a month from February to December, this market features over 100 vendors offering a wide variety of uniquely crafted items, candles, clothing, furniture, jewelry, packaged Texas-made foods, and much more. Live entertainment is also provided during this event.
Located near a tributary of the Comal River, Wurstfest Grounds is the home of the famous Wurstfest, one of Texas' much loved festivals. Dedicated solely for this event, the grounds transform into a magical place with a carnival atmosphere, delish sausage stalls, German food corners, beer taverns, rides, live music and dancing that will make any German proud.
Founded in 1968 by Elizabeth Elliott, this regional theater presents around six productions during the year, including a musical in the summer and a melodrama during the Wurstfest.
This fair and rodeo is held annually on the second weekend of October. The whole family will enjoy such activities as a parade, BBQ cook-off, the Guadalupe County Fair Queens Contest, music, a 5K run/walk, dancing, contests, an antique tractor race, food, animal exhibits, children's activities, and much more.
The Texas Theatre, also known as the Stephen and Mary Birch Texas Theatre adds to the rich theater scene of Seguin. Originally established in 1931, this refurbished theater affords nostalgic charm by preserving its original architectural elements. Golden mica lamps, quaint projectors and murals with a Mediterranean touch offer a glamorous ambience to enjoy a lively performance.
Enjoy lots of arts & crafts, food, and entertainment during this Seguin favorite.
Offers five screens, stadium seating, and digital sound for your enjoyment.
Located at Wonderworld Drive in San Marcos, Starplex is a contemporary movie theatre , which showcases all the latest movies on celluloid. To book your tickets, or know the show timings, please call ahead, or log on to their website.
This cineplex has 12 screens in auditoriums with stadium seating for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website.