The Historic Pearl has new music venue after three years of renovations

The actual facility is not new, as the Pearl Stable turned 130-year-old last week.

SAN ANTONIO — The Historic Pearl has a new music venue. and its first public show is on Saturday. After three years of renovations, ‘Stable Hall’ is finally open.

The actual facility is not new, as the Pearl Stable turned 130-year-old last week.

The revamped space even has a disco ball. Brandt Wood is partly behind the vision and said it is a dream.

“It feels like a dream come true,” Wood said.

At 130 years old, it was once a horse stable.

“This is a very revered hall,” he said.

Through the years, it has been different things. It was recently an event space but now, it is San Antonio’s newest music venue.     

“It is an intimate room, and it is large hall all at the same time,” he said.

Wood said 1,000 people can fit inside.

“The room is beautiful,” Wood said.

The entire project took three years to complete. Wood discussed the impact the venue at the Pearl will have on the music scene in the Alamo City.

“Get music to San Antonio and present good shows,” he said. “We just want to help jive more bands, more genres be kind of a rising tide.”

He said expect a diverse calendar of shows.

“It is local bands,” he said. “It is regional bands. It is national bands. It is international bands.”

The first public show is on Saturday, and it is free. Rob Baird and Angel White will be performing.           

The first ticketed show is on January 18.  For a list of future events, click here.

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