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Businiess name:  Verizon Wireless Theater
Review by:  Jessica C.
Review content: 
I had the pleasure of attending a Robbie Williams concert at the Aerial a few years ago, and other than the man and his band ( FANTABAULOUS by the way) I was so utterly impressed with the aerial its self. Not only was it easy to get to, Down Town Houston, right across from Party on the Plaza and next to slick willies, but once you step through those doors you are in an intimate club setting. I was amazed at the size of the Theater, which reminded me of some super nice high school auditorium's but with the acoustics of a club full of 100 people. Robbie Williams is a man who in the rest of the world can sell out the largest stadium's, Wembley, Knebwoth, My Gosh, if you saw the live web cast of Live8 you saw Robbie was the only one to have the crowds in a roar. I will never forget that show, and anytime a band i want to see comes into town, I can only hope they book the aerial.

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