Come hang with me, Shani Scott, The Queen Of Some Media, this Saturday at the Majesty Event Center For their Open House from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  I will be on site from noon until 2 p.m. with the  Choctaw Casino Grant Prize loaded with tickets to the State Fair of Texas, Michael Shawn's All White Laugh Out Loud Comedy Show and After Party and treats from different business through out East Texas.

Over $2,000 is up from grabs just for showing up and spinning the Choctaw Casino Grant Prize Wheel and for having the KISX app. No need to worry if you don't have the KISX app when you walk up, we will assist you with downloading the app. Plus you will get to tour Tyler's premier event center and wedding venue. Event staff from the Majesty Event Center will be on hand to assist you with planning your next event from a to z.

The Majesty Event Center is the newest and spacious event venue in East Texas. Located at 900 W. Bow Street in Tyler, the Majesty Event Center is approximately five minutes from downtown Tyler. The venue has a total of 23,00 total square feet and has the capacity to host a variety of events.

When you walk through the door of the Majesty Event Center you will be greeting with high ceilings with chandeliers, 3 spacious event rooms, private suites, dressing rooms, large performance stage, upstairs DJ booth, bar and serving area and private parking.

 

The Majesty Event Center has a design that is inspired by the essence of New Orleans, Louisiana. The design team wanted to emulate the feel, culture and visualizations of New Orleans.

 

The venue was designed to create a safe space for individuals to celebrate important life milestones, accomplishments, socialize and to attend entertainment events.

The Majesty Event Center is owned and operated by East Texas native Ed Thompson and his business partner.

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