November 4TH, 2016, is a day that I will always remember. Adele was so incredible and she was so close to us, It was such an awesome, almost like a dream, girls weekend with my BFF
PS. I had 2 really incredible shows at Frank Erwin last year when I also saw Rihanna, I have never been able to have the awesome seats I had there, here at home.
Congrats on your 40th, Frank Erwin Center! Here’s to more great memories
Congratulations on 40 years! I was an usher there around 1978-1980. Saw some great concerts and got paid (very little) to do it!
I went to see New Kids on the Block with my mom, two of my friends, and their moms in 1991. My mom and I were in the fifth row and I was so excited. They shot off confetti at the end that I put in my purse and kept for about ten years. Happy Anniversary, Frank!!
Making memories with my daughter from Adele to Taylor Swift concerts and many more to come! Congrats on 40 years!
My hubby and i where there to see Tom Petty in 2012 and now we’re going back to see him in May. Can’t Wait. I love the place. We come from San Antonio Tx.
Congrats on your 40th Frank Erwin Center!
I stared working there in my high school years at the age 17 and stayed there till I was 22. I worked the concession stand. Then moved up to red shirt in charge of stands and poped all the popcorn for the concert event and sports event. I worked black and white serving on special occasions. I saw every concert there and basketball games and even the circus. I would’t trade the memories for anything.
Thanks Frank Ewin Center Happy 40th.
I’ve had the opportunity to have seen plenty of sports and music from The WWE, University of Texas Men’s and Women’s BB, Harlem Globetrotters, Kings of Comedy Tour(that was special Brooks & Dunn, Dixie Chicks, Kenny Chesney, Clay Walker, and Alan Jackson…with all that said, Happy 40th Anniversary FEC!
I remember the first concert I ever saw was at the Erwin Center. The Boston concert in 1979. The memory I still have is taking food up to a friend of ours, John G., who volunteered to camp out in a tent under one of the ramps there for a week to get tickets. He was in a tent at night, for a week. It was very cold outside. Every time we visited, we heard Boston playing via a cassette tape in a campsite next to his. Towards the end of the week, the tape player’s batteries was low and the cassette had a musical drag to it. Funny stuff. Think it’s interesting how far we have come with purchasing tickets, and jamming to music, within the last 40 years. Many great memories there at the Frank Erwin center!
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