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Just minutes from hotspots like Gruene Hall and less than a mile from River Road, Whitewater Amphitheatre is the only area music venue bordered on two sides by a “year-round” creek.

Whitewater , also known as Whitewater on the Horseshoe, is canopied by a silhouette of ancient Cypress and large heritage trees along an already gorgeous riverside location.

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The main Whitewater Stage features a roomy “landing zone” right in front of the stage, which benefits from a gentle gradual slope and fan-shaped seating area, assuring good views and acoustics from any spot. Cold beverages are served over a spacious, granite-topped main bar, and during large events, a number of satellite bars ensure shorter lines, which means more time to enjoy music with your friends.

During the day, the Whitewater Amphitheatre boasts sunny afternoons with unrestricted access to fun activities like tubing, rafting and canoeing in a less hindered river setting. At dusk, the venue’s Creekside Stage and Biergarten lights up with subtle spot and torch lighting for a perfect evening ambience. As a music venue, the Whitewater Amphitheatre is an altogether unparalleled patron experience.

The Biergarten

All good Texans, especially in New Braunfels, know that a biergarten is a key necessity when it comes to the enjoyment of cold beer, fine music, and good times in general. The Creekside Stage does not disappoint by any means, with cold ones, as well as washer and horseshoe pits all just steps away. Sit back and relax at one of the many picnic tables dotting the banks of the creek, and sun alongside the pecan and cypress tree-lined waters. As evening arrives, the atmosphere becomes mystic with gas torches and lit trees throughout the facility.

$10 onsite parking. Traffic lines are long, so leave plenty of time — FM 306 backs up fast!

Location:
11860 FM 306
New Braunfels, Texas 78132
830.964.3800
Website: whitewaterrocks.com

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