Club Westerner / Victoria, Texas

Welcome to the Club Westerner one of Texas’ oldest and most famous dance halls.  Located at  1005 W. Constitution street, just 6 blocks from downtown Victoria, Texas.  This rustic but recently renovated treasure has been the sight of countless  musical, political and social events since 1929.  If one listens closely enough, the voices of such musical stars like Willie Nelson, Fats Domino, B.J. Thomas, The Moods and Desi Arnez can still be heard.  Tejano greats like Little Joe, Sunny and the Sunliners and Ruben and Alfonso Ramos still grace the music  mecca with their presence.  Governor John Conally, Lt. Governor Bill Hobby and U.S.  Senators Lloyd Bentsen and Phil Ghram all cut their political teeth at the Club Westerner.

This grand old hall built on the banks of the mighty Guadalupe river, was only part of a more notable gathering place in historic Victoria, known as Pleasure Island.  In addition to the dance hall, that old time theme park included a skating rink, an Olympic size swimming pool and a baseball field.  For the past fifty-three (53) plus years, the Club Westerner has been owned and operated by the John M. Villafranca Family and its heirs.

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For more information and Reservations call the

 Club Westerner at (361) 575-9109 or call Debbie or Ernie Escalante at (361) 575-5047

Monday thru Sunday after 6:00 P.M.


Club Westerner . 1005 W. Constitution. Victoria, TX. 77901