19 Steve Yzerman Dr Detroit, MI 48226 (313) 471-7000
Home of the 11-time Stanley Cup Champion Detroit Red Wings, Joe Louis Arena proudly stands along the banks of the Detroit River. The arena is Detroit’s largest indoor venue and regularly hosts exciting attractions, including professional sports, college hockey, concerts, ice shows and much more.
Ford Field is a facility unmatched in its character and unparalleled in its amenities. This state-of-the-art venue for world class entertainment and sporting events is located in the heart of Detroit's burgeoning sports and entertainment district and home to the Detroit Lions.
Since opening in 2002, Ford Field has boasted a tremendous roster of events, ranging from Detroit Lions football to full stadium concerts, college basketball, motorsports events, Super Bowl XL in 2006, WrestleMania in 2007, and the 2009 NCAA® Men's Final Four®.
Seating Capacity: 65,000
The Fillmore Detroit is a beautiful historic venue located in the heart of Detroit's entertainment district. Originally opened in 1925 as a movie house, this elegant venue has been renovated to offer guests a unique concert and special event experience. As you walk through the grand lobby of The Fillmore Detroit you are embraced by the nostalgia of the original Fillmore chandeliers and the history they represent. Within the theatre, the 80 foot ceiling is flanked by the famous chandeliers as well as a hardwood dance floor. As you walk down memory lane, catch a glimpse of the infamous rock poster wall featuring a small sampling of the endless artists who have graced this magnificent stage.
From impressive technical capability and support, interactive entertainment and creative decor options to delectable catering, our versatility helps to create an everlasting event to remember! For a unique site for your next corporate event, private party, concert or social gathering contact [email protected] or to 313-230-2607.
What are your box office hours?
The Fillmore Detroit box office is open every Monday-Thursday 12pm-5pm with extended hours on Fridays 10am-5pm. On event days the box office is open two hours prior to door time. You may buy tickets for any Fillmore, Saint Andrews Hall or The Shelter show SERVICE FEE FREE! Please call 313-961-5451 x 13606 for ticket availability.
How can I find out if there are still tickets available for a concert or event?
Please visit livenation.com or call The Fillmore directly.
How do I view where my seats are located or to see a virtual tour of the venue?
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2015-16 Opera Season:
Oct. 17-25, 2015
Nov. 14-22, 2015
The Tender Land
March 12-13, 2015
at the Macomb Center for the Performing Arts
April 16-24, 2016
May 14-22, 2016
Constructed in 1907, St. Andrew's Hall is was the historic meeting site for the St. Andrew's Scottish Society of Detroit. This iconic venue, has hosted a multitude of live acts and is a favorite of Detroiters young and old. The largest location, the Main Ballroom, features a hardwood dance floor, a bar over 35 feet long, an in-house sound and lighting system as well as a unique VIP balcony level offering prime viewing opportunities of the stage.
Located on the lower level, The Shelter offers a private bar, stage, cabaret seating, a DJ booth, red curtains and private rooms.
Going upstairs, The Society Room is a luxurious, intimate lounge space with a vintage feel – including exposed brick, original floors, and one-hundred-year-old windows.
All rooms have open floor plans and can accomodate seating configurations for groups of all sizes and needs.
What are your box office hours ?
SERVICE-FEE- FREE tickets for Saint Andrew's Hall and The Shelter can be purchased at the St. Andrew's box office Monday-Thursday 12pm- 5pm with extended hours on Friday 10am-5pm. Ticket can also be purchased at The Fillmore Detroit box office - Monday-Thursday 12pm-5pm and Fridays 10am-5pm.
Tickets can also be purchased 30 minutes prior to Shelter show door times, and 1 hour prior Saint Andrew's Hall show door times
Please call (313) 961-8961 for questions concerning ticket availability.
How can I find out if there are still tickets available for a concert or event? Visit www.livenation.com or call St. Andrew's Hall directly.
How do I book the St. Andrew's Hall for a special event?
Please call to 313-230-2607 or email Bruce Rothschild at [email protected]
How do I view where my seats are located or to see a virtual tour of the venue? https://tour.lcp360.com/static/livenation/standrews2/
Located seven stories above the Entertainment District on the roof of the Music Hall in the heart of Downtown Detroit, 3Fifty Terrace features DJ and Live Music entertainment, food, and libation from May through the end of September. Stay tuned for more info, more pics and more special deals for our fans and please spread the word to your friends and help us transform the city's nightlife one rooftop at a time!
The Shelter is a music venue in Detroit, Michigan. It is located below Saint Andrew's Hall at 431 E. Congress St. A venue of the same name is featured in the film 8 Mile. Notable artists such as Cyclefly, Eisley, Queens of the Stone Age, Eminem and The Hives have performed at The Shelter.
City Theatre is a 400-seat theatre in the Hockeytown Café building in Downtown Detroit, Michigan. City theater produces and presents a wide variety of attractions from concerts, comedy shows theatrical performances and corporate events. Originally called "Second City Theater" the venue was home to a resident Second City comedy troup. After the departure of Second City the theater adopted its current name "City Theater" in 2004. City Theater is owned and operated by Olympia Entertainment.
The Gem Theatre in Detroit houses a two level theatre with traditional row and aisle seating and intimate stage-level seating at cabaret tables. It shares a lobby with the cabaret style Century Theatre . The theatre has stylings of Spanish Revival architecture. The structure was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.HistoryIn 1902, the Twentieth Century Club, a group of cultural, socially prominent women, built a Mission-style building to house their club. The building, now the Century Theatre, is built of red brick trimmed with white sandstone. The first floor originally housed a dining room, while the second floor housed a 400-seat auditorium.In 1928, the member of the Century club contracted George D. Mason to design a theater addition to the Century Club building. The resulting Spanish Revival-style building was leased to the Little Theatre chain, which showed foreign films, and the building was known as the Little Theatre.In 1933, due to the Depression, the Twentieth Century Club disbanded. The Little Theatre, however, continued, suffering through several name changes, becoming The Rivoli in 1932, Drury Lane (and then the Europa in 1935, the Cinema in 1936, and the Vanguard Playhouse in 1960. The Vanguard offered live theater rather than movies.Finally, in 1967, the theatre was named the Gem. The building was used as an adult movie house until it closed in 1978. Soon afterward, developer Charles Forbes purchased the combined Gem/Century building, and began a complete restoration of the Gem Theatre in 1990. The refurbished Gem opened in 1991.
The perfect location for a uniquely "Michigan" event. The Waterview Loft at Port Detroit provides up to 400 guests a one-of-a-kind Downtown Detroit experience. Featuring a modern second floor loft, an outdoor terrace and the spectacular Detroit Riverfront as a backdrop, creating a sophisticated, cosmopolitan atmosphere sure to impress even the most discerning guests.
Remarkable events at Waterview Loft:
- Corporate Meetings
- Customer and Employee Appreciations
- Social Events
- Student Events
- And Other Special Events!
For more information, contact one of our specialists today: www.WaterviewLoft.com
Philip A. Hart Plaza in downtown Detroit, is a city plaza along the Detroit River. It is located more or less on the site at which Antoine Laumet de La Mothe, sieur de Cadillac landed in 1701 when he founded Fort Pontchartrain du Détroit, the settlement that became Detroit. In 2011, the Detroit-Wayne County Port Authority opened its new cruise ship passenger terminal and dock at Hart Plaza, adjacent to the Renaissance Center, which receives major cruise ships such as the MS Hamburg and the Yorktown.The 14acre plaza, which is named for the late U.S. Senator Philip Hart, opened in 1975 and has a capacity for about 40,000 people. At the center of the plaza is the Horace E. Dodge and Son Memorial Fountain, designed by Isamu Noguchi and Walter Budd in 1978.HistoryThe area where Hart Plaza stands today is believed to be where Antoine Laumet de La Mothe, sieur de Cadillac landed in 1701. The waterfront area became the main source of communication and transportation to the outside world until the inventions of the railroad and telegraph. By the mid 19th century this area was covered by docks, warehouses, and other industry, as was most of Detroit's waterfront of the time.It wasn't until 1890 that Hazen S. Pingree, Detroit's mayor at that time, suggested the location would be ideal for the creation of a waterfront center for city functions. However, the project was not carried through.
The Detroit Opera House SKY DECK is a great place to watch a Tigers game, enjoy amazing views of the Detroit Skyline, relax. The Coors Light Skydeck is also available for private parties and rentals. Call 313-965-3500 for Basic info and 248-930-3922 for Private Rentals
" The Final Season- Fathers, Sons and One Last Season in a Classic American Ballpark" author Tom Stanton describes Tiger Stadium best:
"Our ballpark feels like Detroit. It carries no airs. It's blue collar and industrial. When you enter through the gates, you come in beneath corrugated doors that have been rolled up on tracks, like at a warehouse delivery dock. You're greeted by cement and steel, strong, riveted girders that thrust upward and serve a purpose, holding the deck above in place. There are no architectural flourishes, no cornices, no fancy tile work, no aesthetic touches. This stadium shows its secrets - pipes, wires, girders and all. It's plain and simple, no scent of pretentiousness. It doesn't yearn to be something it is not."