What’s Happening at The Toyota Music Factory?
There’s much more to the Music Factory than just music.
The main-stage venue, The Pavilion, is able to seat up to 4,000 and host headlining acts such as Dave Chappelle, Post Malone, Queens of the Stone Age, and more.
The stages throughout the development will host everything from blues to fashion shows.
"We want to make sure that the public knows this is more than [main stage] music. You can come on any given night and be entertained. That's really the story that we're selling." — Noah Lazes, Developer of Toyota Music Factory
The project is set to include 25 restaurants, five of which are operated by Big Beat Dallas. You may have heard of the project’s founder, Billy Bob Barnett, who also owns “The World’s Largest Honky Tonk,” Billy Bob’s Texas in the Fort Worth Stockyards.
Big Beat Dallas' concept is designed so that you can move from one venue to another, taking your drinks with you if you want. The restaurants connect with one another, allowing for free movement.
From Texas C-Bar’s farm-to-table entrees and expansive scotch collection, Pop Factory’s whole-fruit popsicles, & Market Place Farmer’s Market, to Kabuki Japanese Restaurant, Bar Manzanilla Latin Cuisine, Texas Jam House’s Southern hospitality and scratch recipes, Highway 61’s craft beers on draft and Texas BBQ. And of course we can’t forget Texas’ original Alamo Drafthouse Cinema!
The Toyota Music Factory provides a well rounded array of flavor profiles and ethnic cuisines, sure to please every palette.
Photo Credit: Derek DM