Main Street 101

Main Street Essentials

It’s important to be at the venue before the show time. At 8 the lights go down and the music starts. It’s a courtesy to the other patrons and the artist to not be seated in the dark.

It’s our policy that we can release tickets of guests who do not arrive by 8 PM. If late arrivals can alert us, we can often hold their seats.

Ticket prices are different for different shows.
COST OF ARTIST/NUMBER OF SEATS (150) = TICKET PRICE

Helpful and fun

Main Street Crossing is a non-profit business.
Ticket orders can be placed either by phone, online at www.mainstreetcrossing.com, or when you are attending a show in person at our venue.
All seats in the venue are between 5 and 45 feet from the stage. Venue is designed for Up Close Viewing.
Many (perhaps 75%) of our shows are followed by the artist mingling with the crowd, photo opportunities with customers, etc.
Our food menu is upscale American Casual style food. Menu items tend to be around $13.
98% of the time, Main Street opens at 6 PM. Music typically starts at 8PM.
There is a lot of parking close to the venue. Three times a year Tomball hosts “festivals”. On these occasions you will probably need to park a bit further away.
Get text notifications, send the word JOIN to 81257 on your phone to get this service. Takes 15 seconds to join.
Get notified of shows by email. It’s available at www.mainstreetcrossing.com the moment you open the site.
50% of our shows sell out. If you love music, there is a huge benefit to subscribing to both our email and text notification systems.
If you want to “sit with” other friends and family coming to a show under a different ticket order please leave a note in the comments when placing your order. We will do our best to accommodate your seating requests.
You are always welcome to call 281-290-0431 to get any questions answered. We are very nice and patient on the phone. If we don’t answer, leave us a message, we always call back.
Main Street Crossing is a listening room. A place music lovers come to listen to the music. We require a quiet atmosphere during most performances.
Most concert goers tend to dress casually, however if you enjoy dressing up you will not feel out of place.
Three small churches each hold a service at Main Street Crossing on Sundays.