The Cynthia Woods Pavilion announces 25th Performing Arts Season

This year marks The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion’s 25th Season of presenting exceptional performing arts events, educational outreach programs and live music.

The jazz group, Spyro Gyra, opens up The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion’s 25th Performing Arts Season with a concert April 12, 2014. The concert features songs from one of the band’s first albums, “Morning Dance.”
The jazz group, Spyro Gyra, opens up The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion’s 25th Performing Arts Season with a concert April 12, 2014. The concert features songs from one of the band’s first albums, “Morning Dance.”

The Pavilion opened April 27, 1990, with the Houston Symphony. Other performers in the inaugural season included Frank Sinatra, Alabama, Garth Brooks, James Taylor, Heart, Jimmy Buffett, Santana, Depeche Mode and more. George P. Mitchell, founder of The Woodlands, along with his wife Cynthia Woods Mitchell, for whom The Pavilion is named, dreamed of creating a first-class performing arts facility for The Woodlands since the community’s inception in 1974. They envisioned the facility as a venue for classical performances and educational events, as well as popular music. click here for complete story