Music Hall Detroit Tickets
Music Hall Detroit Seating Chart and Event Tickets
Music Hall Detroit
Music Hall in Detroit is a real treasure. Since its opening in 1928, seats in Music Hall have settled patrons into the very heart of the cultural life of Detroit. Generations have experienced the performing arts from the seats of Music Hall and this landmark Detroit venue shows no signs of slowing down. In fact, as time goes on, it grows in value and history. A few facts:
1) Music Hall was built with live performance in mind.
2) From the seats of Music Hall, music lovers have enjoyed the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, and the Michigan Opera Theatre
3) As a live performance venue, Music Hall has opened its doors to every facet of the performing arts, including dance, live theatre, educational events, and done it for every level of society.
4) Music Hall is open to both the famous and the would be famous and everything in between.
For something a little different, keep your eyes peeled for the Detroit Fringe Festival, an event that features art and performance taken to the extreme and witnessed only from the seats of the Music hall in Detroit. For more traditional entertainment be ready when Music Hall opens it doors to The Stars of Stage and Ballet.
Most important of all, when you take your seats in Music Hall you’ll find yourself close to the stage. Whether you choose orchestra seating, seating in the mezzanine, or balcony seating, you’ll be less than 100 feet from the Stage of Music Hall. It doesn’t get any better than that.