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Jones Plaza is a world-class venue located in Houston, TX. Houston is known as one of the best live entertainment destinations in Texas, if not all of the United States, and places like Jones Plaza certainly contribute to that reputation. With top-notch performances night in and night out, it is one of the best places to see live entertainment. Though there are other great venues in Houston, Jones Plaza is in a class of its own.

Frequently Asked Questions About Jones Plaza Events and Tickets

What events are at Jones Plaza?

A variety of events take place at Jones Plaza. The most frequent type of event that is hosted there is classical music -- a longtime fan favorite. See the full Jones Plaza schedule above.

How much are tickets at Jones Plaza?

Jones Plaza ticket prices can vary, but on average, the price to go to an event there costs $155. Ticket prices for Jones Plaza concerts and other events are of course subject to change depending on who is performing. Theater tickets at Jones Plaza tend to sell for $124, though this can fluctuate based on the day of the week of the performance.

Where is Jones Plaza?

Jones Plaza is located at 600 Louisiana Street, Houston, TX 77002.

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