Domecoming-April 9. 20185 to 8 p.m. – NRG Park

The Astrodome Conservancy is inspired by the enthusiastic response to the announcement of Domecoming this week. On Wednesday, 25,000 passes were reserved by the general public in less than two hours. Due to timing and logistical limitations to ensure all in attendance on April 9th have the opportunity to enter the dome, we will not be issuing additional tickets at this time. We will keep the public updated if this plan changes.

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Thank you for your support.

Co-hosted by the Conservancy and Harris County, Domecoming will take place on April 9, 2018 – the 53rd anniversary of the inaugural event at the Astrodome. Join us for a “last look” inside the Astrodome before work begins later this year to repurpose the 8th Wonder of the World. There will be food and beverage vendors at NRG Park, music and entertainment by DJ London and the original AstroNuts, and an opportunity to hear about the Dome’s future plans from Harris County Judge Ed Emmett and Astrodome Conservancy chair Phoebe Tudor.

Fans of all ages are encouraged to wear vintage gear from the Astros, Oilers and other Astrodome-related events. Help us salute the 8th Wonder by supporting and attending Domecoming!

Gates at NRG Park will open to the public at 4:00 pm, access to the Astrodome begins at 5:00 pm, and the party will continue until 8:00 p.m.

AND, your help is urgently needed to underwrite the expenses associated with what is sure to be a huge public event. As a non-profit organization, we cannot do our work without your tax-deductible contributions.

To support the Astrodome Conservancy and the Domecoming event, you can make a secure donation through the Domecoming crowd-funding campaign here:

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Donors at the $500 level and above will be invited to the on-site Sponsors’ tent during Domecoming, as well as an invitation-only preview the day of the event.

Astrodome Conservancy would like to acknowledge generous support for this event from:

8th Wonder BreweryNational Trust for Historic Preservation

RE Bob & Vivian Smith Foundation