Toyota Center

The WWE announced Monday night during its nationally televised flagship show “RAW” held at the Toyota Center in Houston that it would once again support the athletes of the Special Olympics.

WWE Superstar Big Show along with Beth Knox, the CEO of the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games, introduced many of the athletes from Team Texas who will be competing with more than 3,500 athletes from 50 states in the upcoming 50th anniversary of the Special Olympics Games, which takes place July 1-6 in Seattle, Washington.

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After a highly successful Total Package Tour in 2013, the follow-up properly titled Total Package Tour featuring the New Kids on the Block will “step by step” into the Toyota Center in Houston on Saturday, May 20. If NKOTB wasn’t enough, Paula Abdul, who will tour for the first time in 25 years, will perform as well as Boyz II Men giving fans a concert with more than 200 million combined record sales on one stage. 

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Canadian singer/songwrighter/producer The Weeknd is currently the hottest entertainer in the music industry and it showed May 6 when his Starboy: Legend of the Fall 2017 Tour took over the Toyota Center in Houston. The show was sold out, but that didn't stop fans from gathering around the venue hours before the show asking to purchase tickets from those who may have had a extra ticket. Some succeeded while others hung around just to hear some of loud music from inside. 

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