This grown-up prom night brings out a star rock band: There's no party like a Woodlands party
What: The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in The Woodlands "Prom Night: Feels Like the First Time."
Where: Competitive Edge Sports in Spring.
The 411: In keeping with The Pavilion's tradition of presenting big name entertainment, rock band Foreigner was the headliner at the the goldie oldie-themed gala that raised $425,000 for the Pavilion's various arts programs. (Foreigner returns to perform at The Pavilion on May 18.) Dianne and George Lindhal III were crowned prom queen and king. More than a few guests responded to the request for prom attire, making for a visually entertaining evening. No stuffy chaperones needed on this grown-up prom night.
Who: Joining Pavilion president and CEO Jerry McDonald, Pavilion board president Jeff Shipley and Pavilion Partners board president John Robichau were guests including Sheryl and Hank Wood, Nicole and Will Murphy, Jana and Jeff Graham, Alison and Rich Henderson and Missy and Wayne Herndon.