At 1731 seats, Music Hall is intimate, with excellent acoustics and nearly perfect sight lines. No seat is more than 70 feet from the stage. With its art deco facade and Spanish Renaissance interior, which features Mankato stone columns, elaborate wrought iron, skinny brass, exquisite paneling, and sculpted Greek masks by Italian sculptor Corrado Parducci, The Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts provides theatre-goers a magnificent experience.
A home for our country's legends, Music Hall has been proud to bring headliners such as Aretha Franklin, Harry Connick, Jr., Aaron Neville, and Dionne Warwick to downtown Detroit. Additionally, Music Hall has always played an active role in developing and fostering jazz, both through hosting the International Jazz Festival for 10 years and bringing jazz icons such as Wynton Marsalis, Billie Holiday, and Ray Charles to our stage.
Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts is a magnificent, fully restored 1928 historic theatre seating 1731 and holding four lounge areas. Music Hall plays host to a variety of non-theatrical events, including corporate annual meetings, parties, receptions, benefits, and fundraisers.
Base rental fees
Main Hall and Main Lobby $5,000
Jazz Café (Friday and Saturday - inquire for prices) 20’ wide x 64’ deep $750
Selma Hyman Trustee Lounge 16’ wide x 44’ deep $500
Bassett Lounge 16’ wide x 44’ deep $500
Matilda Lounge 22’ wide x 60’ deep $500
3Fifty Terrace (except Friday and Saturday) 90’ wide x 50’ deep $2,500
Base rental fee for a 3 hour time frame (exception of Friday and Saturday nights). Includes the venue, 3 hours set up time , house tables and chairs, house lights, existing staging and marquee signage. Staff - Bartenders, House Manager and Wait staff – for a cash bar. Deposit of 50% must be received one(1) week prior to event.
Renter must add Music Hall to their insurance as additional insured at renter’s expense
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