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The Chainsmokers


The Chainsmokers

Live at NRG Stadium, Houston, TX

Sunday, March 12, 2017 6:30 PM

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Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall of The Chainsmokers teamed up in 2012 to create this electronic dance music duo. The duo first made a name for themselves by creating remixes of popular indie/pop songs and sharing them online, for free. Their big break came in 2014 with the release of their debut single, “#Selfie.”

The Chainsmokers’ most recent single, “Closer,” peaked at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Singles Chart and remained there for a record of 10 consecutive weeks.

RodeoHouston® Debut Performance: 2017

Top Songs: “#Selfie,” “Closer,” “Roses,” “Setting Fires,” “Don’t Let Me Down,” “All We Know”

Awards

American Music Awards—2016 Favorite Artist – Electronic Dance Music












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Simone Biles

One of our special guest Simone Biles was picked from the home to the airport by Mr. Ghazi for a return trip.
Simone is an American masterful acrobat Biles is the 2016 Olympic individual all-around, vault and floor gold medalist. She was a piece of the gold award winning group named the "Last Five" at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. She additionally won the bronze decoration for the adjust bar amid the Olympics. Biles is a three-time world all-around champion (2013–15), three-time world floor champion (2013–15), two-time world adjust pillar champion (2014, 2015), four-time United States national all-around champion (2013–16), and an individual from the gold award winning American groups at the 2014 and 2015 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships.
















Galveston island

Galveston is a seaside resort city on Galveston Island and Pelican Island in the U.S. condition of Texas. The people group of 209.3 square miles (542 km2), with an expected populace of 50,180 in 2015, is the region seat and second-biggest region of Galveston County. It is inside Houston–The Woodlands–Sugar Land metropolitan territory.












 





Named after Bernardo de Gálvez y Madrid, Count of Gálvez (conceived in Macharaviaya, Spain), Galveston's first European settlements on the island were worked around 1816 by French privateer Louis-Michel Aury to help the youngster Republic of Mexico battle Spain. The Port of Galveston was set up in 1825 by the Congress of Mexico taking after its freedom from Spain. The city was the principle port for the Texas Navy amid the Texas Revolution, and later filled in as the capital of the Republic of Texas.

 

Amid the nineteenth century, Galveston turned into a noteworthy U.S. business focus and one of the biggest ports in the United States. It was crushed by the 1900 Galveston Hurricane, whose impacts included flooding and a tempest surge. The catastrophic event on the uncovered obstruction island is still positioned as the deadliest in United States history, with an expected loss of life of 6,000 to 12,000 individuals.

 

Quite a bit of Galveston's economy is focused in the tourism, human services, shipping, and monetary enterprises. The 84-section of land (340,000 m2) University of Texas Medical Branch grounds with an enlistment of more than 2,500 understudies is a noteworthy financial compel of the city. Galveston is home to six memorable locale containing one of the biggest and verifiably noteworthy accumulations of nineteenth century structures in the United States, with more than 60 structures recorded in the National Register of Historic Places.






















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Call or Email to schedule:  (832) 576-3910, gm@gmlimousine.com .  We are available 24/7 Serving the​ Houston, Texas area.

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We can make your ride to the airport more luxurious and entertaining than you can imagine. Plus, we offer a simple flat-rate from any Houston Airport.  

Our reliable drivers will be there in style for your special day to escort you, your family and friends to the ceremony, the reception or anywhere else you need to go.  

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The Houston Museum of Natural Science

 

The Houston Museum of Natural Science (curtailed as HMNS) is a science historical center situated on the northern fringe of Hermann Park in Houston, Texas, United States. The exhibition hall was set up in 1909 by the Houston Museum and Scientific Society, an association whose objectives were to give a free organization to the general population of Houston concentrating on training and science. Exhibition hall participation adds up to more than two million guests every year. The gallery complex comprises of a focal office with four stories of regular science corridors and shows, the Burke Baker Planetarium, the Cockrell Butterfly Center, and the Wortham Giant Screen Theater (earlier known as the Wortham IMAX Theater). The exhibition hall is a standout amongst the most mainstream in the United States and positions just underneath New York City's American Museum of Natural History and Metropolitan Museum of Art and the M. H. de Young Memorial Museum in San Francisco in most participation among non-Smithsonian museums.[1] Much of the historical center's prevalence is credited to its substantial number of extraordinary or visitor displays.

 

The underlying historical center association was known as the Houston Museum and Scientific Society, Inc., and was made in 1909. The historical center's essential accumulation was procured in the vicinity of 1914 and 1930. This incorporated the buy of a characteristic history accumulation gathered by Henry Philemon Attwater and a gift from gatherer John Milsaps, the last of which shaped the center of the exhibition hall's jewel and mineral collection.[2] First housed in Houston's city amphitheater, the accumulation was along these lines housed in the Central Library for a long time, and after that at a site in the Houston Zoo in 1929. The exhibition hall's currently colossal training programs started in 1947 and, in its second year, facilitated 12,000 children.

 

Morian Hall of Paleontology

The exhibition hall was authoritatively renamed the Houston Museum of Natural Science in 1960. Development of the present office in Hermann Park started in 1964 and was finished in 1969.

By the 1980s, the historical center's lasting showcases incorporated a dinosaur display, a space gallery, and displays on topography, science, petroleum science, innovation, and geology. In 1988, the Challenger Learning Center was opened in memory of the Space Shuttle Challenger crewmembers that were lost amid the bus' tenth mission. The middle's point is to show guests about space investigation. The Wortham IMAX Theater and the offsite George Observatory were opened in 1989.

Historical center participation was more than one million guests in 1990. HMNS trustees established that new cutting edge offices, extra space, and remodels to current shows were required as a result of the expanded participation. In the vicinity of 1991 and 1994, various display lobbies were remodeled and the development of the Sterling Hall of Research was finished. The Cockrell Butterfly Center and the Brown Hall of Entomology opened in July 1994.


To/From Hobby
Sedan
SUV
Downtown
$70
$95
Galleria
$70
$95
Bellaire
$70
$95
Greenway Plaza
$70
$95
Texas Medical Center
$70
$95
Westchase District
$70
$95
Katy
$85
$105
Sugarland
$85
$105
Stadfford
$85
$105
Richmond
$95
$105
Missouri City
$95
$105
Pearland
$85
$105
Clear Lake
$85
$105
Friendswood
$85
$105
Webster
$85
$105
Spring
$85
$115
The Woodlands
$95
$115
Kingwood
$95
$105
Tomball
$105
$115
Magnolia
$105
$115
Conroe
$105
$125
Galveston(Port & Hotels)
$110
$130
Flushear
$125
$150
Sealy
$135
$155
Brookshire
$135
$155










Weddings

To/From IAH
Sedan
SUV
Downtown
$70
$95
Galleria
$70
$95
Bellaire
$70
$95
Greenway Plaza
$70
$95
Texas Medical Center
$70
$95
Westchase District
$70
$105
Katy
$85
$105
Sugarland
$85
$105
Stadfford
$85
$105
Richmond
$85
$105
Missouri City
$95
$105
Pearland
$95
$105
Clear Lake
$95
$105
Friendswood
$95
$105
Webster
$95
$105
Spring
$85
$105
The Woodlands
$85
$105
Kingwood
$85
$105
Tomball
$95
$105
Magnolia
$95
$105
Conroe
$95
$115
Galveston(Port & Hotels)
$130
$155
Flushear
$125
$150
Sealy
$135
$155
Brookshire
$135
$155










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