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Full Services Rental • Unique & Intimate Event Venue

About Us

Morales Radio Hall is a unique and intimate event venue housed in what was formally KLVL Radio Station.


The name reflects the previous use of the building. It used to be the general offices and studios of KLVL Radio Station (La Voz Latina). KLVL was the first Spanish Language Radio Station of the Gulf Coast. It began in 1950 and was sold in 1995.


This elegant venue can seat approximately 125 guests for a banquet, reception or a meeting in a theater-style setup. Read more or Check Availability to host your next event!

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• 12 - 60 in. Round Tables

• 12 - 85 ft. Ivory Table Cloths

• 100 Padded Chiavari Chairs

• 4 - 6 ft. Tables

• 4 - 8 ft. Ivory Table Cloths

• Kitchenette

• 1 - 60 in. HD TV

• Sound System


• Current Morales Funeral Home Client Receptions: $300

• Sunday - Thursday (5 Hours) $575

• Friday (5 Hours) $675

• Saturday (5 Hours) $700

Additional Hours:

• 1 Hour - $125

• 2 Hours - $200

• 4 Hours - $325

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Upcoming Events

  • Dia De Las Madres Pop-Up Shop
    Dia De Las Madres Pop-Up Shop
    Thu, May 09
    Morales Radio Hall
    May 09, 2019, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
    Morales Radio Hall, 111 North Ennis Street, Houston, TX, USA
    Houston latina Bloggers Presents: Dia De Las Madres Pop-Up Shop
  • Tejas Got Soul: Early Chicano Sounds of Houston
    Tejas Got Soul: Early Chicano Sounds of Houston
    Sat, Apr 06
    Morales Radio Hall
    Apr 06, 2019, 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM
    Morales Radio Hall, 111 N Ennis St, Houston, TX 77003, USA
    Explore the Soul roots of Tejano music in Houston. Join us for a day-long event highlighting pioneering musicians from Houston’s East End and their contributions to a nationally-noted style of music - Tejano Soul. Enjoy live performances and dancing and hear local musicians and scholars discuss the
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