Concert halls in Detroit are buildings the city has come to know and love. The sense of community and fun is unmatched! You deserve to enjoy your favorite artists this spring and summer. After all, many artists have had to postpone shows more than once and are just as ready to put the show on the road. Give yourself a pat on the back for being flexible and hopeful.
Wear something you wanted to show off and hold your head up high this year. Detroitsit has compiled an exciting list of concert venues in Detroit to look forward to, including a special online streaming.
31st ANNUAL DETROIT STREAMING MUSIC AWARDS
Date and hour
Sunday April 24 at 8 p.m.
Music unites us on an emotional and universal level. There are plenty of in-person venues in Detroit that are back with great tunes. However, Detroit also has an online streaming event worth listening to this year. Let’s face it, we’ve all become familiar with the shift to online streaming services since the pandemic hit cinema screenings massively. JDetroit Music Awards are proud to be associated with Mandolin streaming services to premiere this year’s show in late April! To buy tickets HERE. Part of the proceeds will be donated to Music Saves UA, a project organized by the Ukrainian Music Events Association.
LITTLE CAESAR ARENA
Detroit hockey fans and music fans communed in this versatile and dynamic arena in downtown Detroit. The Detroit Pistons and Detroit Red Wings have called Little Caesars Arena home since 2017. The repurposing of buildings in Detroit is what makes Detroit an ongoing project. It replaced Joe Louis Arena and The Palace of Auburn Hills as the home of the Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League (NHL) and the Detroit Pistons of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Whether you want to go for the Wings, Stars on Ice or the singing stars, talent is soaring at Little Caesars Arena. Justin Bieber, June 5 is the first solo artist of the summer. Click on HERE for a list of other events this spring and summer as well as tickets. Located at 2645 Woodward Ave. Detroit, MI 48201.
DETROIT MASONIC TEMPLE
Go big or go home. Listen to heavenly sounds in extraordinary concert halls in Detroit, like the largest Masonic temple in the world. Opened in 1926, the acoustically rich and intimate auditorium has served as Detroit’s premier venue for concerts, operas and plays. You’re bound to find something interesting in one of the 1,037 rooms. Whether you visit for the rich carvings and colors of the ceiling or are simply there for entertainment, you will always be influenced by your beautiful surroundings. You’re bound to end the night with a greater appreciation for Detroit’s buildings. Click on HERE for tickets and click HERE to see the Detroit Masonic Temple site.
THE MAJESTIC THEATER-DETROIT
Detroit concert halls magically twist and preserve the sounds and sights of Detroit. Many Majestic theaters are spread across the United States, Canada, and elsewhere. Broadway tours like Wicked and Motown, and others put on top concerts and comedy shows every week. Since 1987, the Majestic Theater in Midtown Detroit has been one of Detroit’s premier live music venues hosting major blues, rock, reggae, jazz and world music concerts by artists like Buddy Guy, Johnny Winter, Burning Spear, Jimmy Cliff, Beenie Man, John Scofield, Dr. John Cassandra Wilson to name a few. The Majestic Theater also serves as a one-stop destination for special events including weddings, fundraisers, fashion shows, corporate parties and private rentals. Click on HERE for events. Located at 4140 Woodward Ave Detroit, MI.
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