The Historic Pearl announces a new live music venue

Learn about the Stable Hall’s history and who will be performing first at the venue.

SATXtoday: The Stable Hall

The Stable Hall is the Historic Pearl’s newest music venue.

Rendering by Clayton Korte

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We recently released our guide to San Antonio’s live music venues, but we wanted to give you the inside scoop on the newest one that’s been in the works since 1894 — and no, that’s not how long crews have been working on the venue.

You may have seen the construction fences while attending a weekend market at the Pearl these past couple of months, and we’re here to show you what’s behind that wall.

The details

SATXtoday: The Stable Hall

Inside the Stable Hall.

Rendering by Clayton Korte

Located in the heart of the Historic Pearl, the Stable Hall is the newest live music venue in San Antonio and once housed the Pearl Brewery’s draft horses. This redesign project was led by local architects Clayton Korte, an Austin-based interior design firm Joel Mozersky Design, and design + development management by Oxbow Development Group.

Here are some highlights of the venue:

  • 1,000 seat capacity
  • Reclaimed Texas dance hall pine floor
  • Fixed seat mezzanine
  • Hayloft balconies
  • Six full-service bars
  • Austrian lift stage drapes
  • Large jewel-box stage

The venue plans to open in January 2024.

Who is performing?

Even though performance don’t begin until 2024, tickets for the shows go on sale beginning Friday, Oct. 27 at 10 a.m. Here’s a preview of a few artists and bands coming to the Stable Hall:

  • Brooklyn Michelle and Wes Denzel | Thursday, Jan. 18, 2024
  • Mariachi Damas de Jalisco + Mariachi Las Coronelas | Monday, Jan. 22, 2024
  • Portugal. The Man | Friday, Feb. 9, 2024
  • Black Pumas | Friday, Feb. 16 + Saturday, Feb.17, 2024
  • The Band of Heathens | Friday, March 1, 2024
  • Jon Wolfe | Saturday, March 2, 2024
  • Saint Motel | Friday, April 26, 2024

Check out the full line up. Additionally, tickets for the Stable Hall’s events won’t be through Ticketmaster or LiveNation. Instead it will opt-in for Tixr — an event + ticketing commerce platform. Hopefully there won’t be another Taylor Swift ticket fiasco.