Texas Firehouse

Event Space in The Queens area

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The Texas Firehouse is located in a 150 year-old historic firehouse in Long Island City, New York, just across the river from Roosevelt Island and Manhattan (best rooftop BBQ view in town). Housing studios and shop space, the Texas Firehouse is transformed for one night into a gallery and performance space.

Shows are curated by Firehouse artists and are generally group shows around some curatorial theme (archives of past shows can be found to the left). In addition to artwork, each show usually includes at least one performance artist(s) and one band (and free-flowing beer, of course).

The Texas Firehouse has been in the hands of artists for many years, but has recently undergone a complete renovation, spear-headed by Wyatt Nash (who really deserves credit for getting this whole thing going).

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No shopNo parkingNo restaurant/cafeNo Library/BookstoreNot accessible to disabled persons

Opening hours

Note:Depends on each event.




Address: 36-29 Vernon Blvd., LIC, NY 11106

Corner of 36the Ave. Subway: F to Roosevelt Island. Walk north away from the Queens Borough to the Roosevelt Island bridge. Walk across the bridge and turn right. Walk half block. E, V, or G to Court Square.

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