Welcome

to Music Hall Detroit

The Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts is a 1,731-seat theatre located in the city's entertainment district at 350 Madison Avenue in Detroit, Michigan. It was built in 1928 as the Wilson Theatre, designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1976, and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1977. The Music Hall Center is also home to the 100 seat Jazz Cafe and the 3 Fifty Terrace on the rooftop.

From the desk of Vince PauL:

GO TIGERS!

Tigers’ Opening Day 2014 was possibly the best Opening Day ever! What a blast to be right in the middle of it a city-wide celebration of Detroit pride, the return of Tigers baseball and SPRING!!! Looking forward to many, many, more wonderful times this season as we gear up for the full re-opening of 3Fifty Terrace on Memorial Day. Our new rooftop lounge is your new Detroit hotspot and we can’t wait to see everyone there!

We have an exciting night for rock ‘n roll fans on April 4 in the Jazz Café as we welcome one of rock’s most renowned drummers, Simon Phillips. Playing with his band Protocol II and giving us a taste of the work that put him on stage over the years with Brian Eno, Pete Townshend, Toto, Jeff Beck, and Mick Jagger.Come in and rock out!

We draw our Family Theatre Series to a close with a big favorite on April 5 –Stuart Little is that most unusual mouse who has been delighting children viathe pen of E.B. White since 1945. We welcome back this classic character and his animal kingdom friends with open arms.

The month on the Main Stage brings a return of our longtime tradition of urban stage plays. ‘The Cross And The Light’, running April 11-13, is a moving theatrical and musical journey through Christ’s Passion, Death, and Resurrection. ‘Perilous Times’  (April 17-20) is an extraordinary real-life story of a young man and his journey from slick city street life,through turmoil and tribulations and finally a transformation that will forever change his life. No spoilers here – you have to experience these works yourself to learn the full story and feel the messages resonate.

Comedian/actorDeRay Davis  (from ’21 Jump Street’) brings his hour long ‘Power Play’ to the Main Stage on 4/26 – you know him from countless characters from Kanye’s‘The Boondocks’ and Adult Swim’s ‘Black Dynamite’ – this guy has his finger on the pulse and will send you out with laughs that last for days.

Some steady favorites round out the Jazz Café calendar – ‘Crack ‘Em Up Wednesdays’on 4/23 and ‘Detroit Tonight Live with ML Liebler’ on 4/24, followed by a great CD release party for local musician Chris Emmerson on April 25. Always a great vibe in that room and a great variety of entertainment with strong local roots.

 As always, "I'll see you downtown"