As reported by Newscenter 25 yesterday,  Schroeder Hall will open its doors in early September.  State Representative, Geanie Morrison had great news, not only for Schroeder Hall but also for the Brown Bag Saloon and Greek’s 205,  and bars with a permanent food truck located on the property.

The bars will be able to reopen with the following guidelines: They must maintain 50 percent capacity and make and sell food that tallies gross receipts from April 1 through the end of July to show that less than 51 percent of their sales came from alcohol as opposed to food or merchandise.

Schroeder Hall is currently working on more renovations and updates to the hall, pushing their opening date to early September.

One thing is for sure, a lot of us miss live music, for me, live music is a way of life.  We have missed some big-time shows at Schroeder Hall due to the pandemic like Parker McCollum, Aaron Watson, and Asleep at the Wheel, just to name a few  We also missed a huge Fourth of July celebration that was set for Independence Day.

We will get that firework show that will feature 3000 fireworks going off in about 12 minutes.  There will also be games for the kids, food trucks, vendors, and face painting.  The date will be released in the near future.  

There is one more thing, the shows are about to get bigger and better at the Second Oldest Dancehall in Texas.  We saw that start in March with a sold-out show with Midland before the COIVD-19 pandemic! Keep your radio's and apps tuned to KIXS 108 for exclusive show announcements. Scroll down for a quick video recap thanks to the Playlist on Youtube.

While the dance hall has been closed, Schroeder Hall has started to post little fun messages on their marquee.  Here are a few of them:

Check out this recap of the Midland Show back in March.