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Historic Theater, Jazz Cafe and rooftop nightclub
From $1000/hr
Historic Theater, Jazz Cafe and rooftop nightclub
Detroit, MI
On December 9, 1928, The Wilson Theater, as it was originally named, opened with Florenz Ziegfeld’s production of “Rosalie.” Mrs. Dodge Wilson and her architect had toured the great theaters of Europe, with the intention of building a theater in downtown Detroit that would rival those of London. Subsequently, Meadow Brook Hall was designed by the very same architect and was completed less than a year after the Wilson Theater Mr. Kapp and his team from Smith, Hinchman & Grylls designed the 1701 seat theater to be built at a cost of $3 million, with luxurious, beautiful and state-of-the-art attributes and attitude. The curved wood paneled walls, silk drapes, specially designed seats and carpet, and multi-tiered lobby were opulent for the time. Dressing rooms to accommodate 100 performers and an orchestra pit for 40 musicians made the Wilson Theater a suitable rival to nearly any major performance facility in the country. Many of the original pieces such as the wood paneling, silk drapes and torchieres still hang in the theater today. The Wilson Theater logo is still present in the theater and can be seen in the iron work of the opera boxes and on the Jazz Café terrace. In 1944, Mrs. Wilson sold the theater to Henry Reichhold, who renamed the theater “Music Hall,” determined to make it a permanent home for the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Broadcast capabilities were added for thousands to listen in on the Ford Sunday Evening Hour. Audiences were thrilled as the orchestra and variety pieces filled the house with talent. After being purchased by steel company executive Mervyn Gaskin in 1953, Music Hall was converted into the world’s second Cinerama theater, featuring an enormous curved screen, 3 synchronized projectors and 7 channels of stereophonic sound. To support the screen, the opera boxes were removed and the decorative details in the auditorium were all painted brown. From 1971 to 1985, Michigan Opera Theater called Music Hall home. When, in 1974 Music Hall was slated for the wrecking ball, the intervention of Detroit Renaissance, Kresge Foundation and a new board saved the theater and reinvented it as a non-profit performing arts center. In 1995, Music Hall underwent a major renovation; this time costing 6.5 million to return it to its original grandeur. The grandeur of which can be seen here, as well as at Meadow Brook Hall. Today, Music Hall stands as the last of Detroit’s remaining authentic stage theaters and the city’s premier venue for jazz, theater and dance. We introduced Aretha’s Jazz Café at Music Hall in 2006, as our newest performance space, featuring national Jazz and theater artists, as well as local talent.
From $177/hr
Spacious and Bright Gallery in Detroit
Detroit, MI
Spacious and bright gallery with unique works of art Based in the Historic Detroit Neighborhood of Rosedale Park, this gallery is dedicated to Contemporary Art specializing in African and African-American works. As Detroit's newest art gallery and museum, we are committed to promoting artistic work that provides an engaging and explosive voice, providing our collectors with access to the hottest artists from around the globe.
From $750/hr
The Congregation Detroit
Detroit, MI
We are cafe located inside a former church. Our location is situated between two historic districts, Boston Edison and Atkinson Ave in Detroit. We have an extensive outdoor space and a large main dining area.
From $150/hr
Plenty of Natural Light
Detroit, MI
The space is chicly furnished with mid-century modern influences and large windows that bathe the floor in natural light. A bar and kitchenette with a fridge is built into the room, which caterers and bartenders are welcome to use for hors d’oeuvres and dinner. The venue also has two get-ready suites that are perfect for day-of preparations or as staging locations. One of these is decorated with soft pink furniture, unique lighting fixtures, billowing white curtains, and well-lit vanities.

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About Detroit

The city of Detroit is the largest and most populous in Michigan, United States as well as the largest U.S. city on the United States-Canada border (just opposite of Ontario, Canada). Detroit is known for its contributions to music and its repository of art, architecture and design, along with its historic roots in the automotive industry. In addition to motor vehicles and automotive parts, the city’s factories produce machinery (including industrial robots), steel, and chemicals.

Getting married in Detroit, Michigan can be an exciting experience because of the city’s stunning landscape, beautiful people, and its ease of access to many wedding vendors in the city. Whatever you do and wherever you host one, having a wedding in Detroit is full of opportunities.

  • Interesting Fact
    Detroit's diverse culture has also played an important role in the development of jazz, hip-hop, rock, and punk music.

Wedding Vendor Options in Detroit, MI

  • Photographers
    Whether you’re hosting a huge wedding or eloping with your partner, Detroit’s many wedding photographers will creatively capture the day and provide you with the best way to commemorate it. Hire one to capture all the best moments of your wedding event.

  • Venue Rentals
    There are many locations that you can use as your wedding venue in Detroit, Michigan. From gigantic ballrooms to cool coastlines and rustic barns, you can set the scene for your wedding with the abundance of diverse wedding venues throughout the city.

  • Wedding Planners
    Detroit’s many wedding planners can help stay on top of your event and keep things on schedule, while handling all the details. Whether you prefer a full-service event planner or a day-of professional, finding a local wedding planner is a walk in the park.

  • Attire Vendors
    You can get essential wedding attire like wedding dresses, tuxedos, wedding party dresses, and more, from Detroit’s great lineup of wedding attire vendors. Whether you want ready-made clothing or fancy bespoke attire, there are always options for you in Detroit.

  • Florists
    Want a florist to help complement your wedding theme or the wedding décor with extravagant boutiques? From bouquets and boutonnieres to table centerpieces, a Detroit florist can give your wedding venue a fascinating look, and an even better backdrop for photos that will make your wedding venue pop.

Event Planning Companies in Detroit, Michigan

  • Crystal Marie Events
    Crystal Marie Events is an event planning and design company in Detroit, Michigan, specializing in destination weddings and other social events in the city. With over a decade of experience in planning and executing hundreds of weddings, the Crystal Marie team can help you put together the kind of wedding that you desire.

  • V Agency
    V Agency is a multi-faceted company specializing in event production, event management, logistics, design and decor. With over five decades of combined experience, the agency’s creative and experienced event team delivers custom, event experiences for corporate, nonprofit, social and wedding clients in Michigan and beyond.

  • Drop Dead Gorgeous Events
    Drop Dead Gorgeous Events is another Detroit-based event planning and design company specializing in weddings, business events, and other special events within and outside Detroit. With over a decade of experience in event planning, design, coordination, and decoration, founder and CEO Adrianna, and her team have a track record of putting together unforgettable wedding events.

Pros and Cons of Having a Wedding in Detroit

Pros:

  • Diverse culture
    Detroit has a rich blend of different people and cultures. You will never feel lost or alone in the city.

  • Low cost of living
    The cost of living in Detroit is one of the lowest in the country. Wedding hosts and guests will benefit from the decent cost of living.

  • Live music events
    You will find a truly diverse and exciting variety of music events throughout the year in Detroit.

  • Numerous attractions
    There are many top attractions in Detroit that you can visit when in the city when attending a wedding.

Cons:

  • Unpredictable weather
    The weather in Detroit can be unpredictable sometimes. Recently, winters have been lasting longer than expected.
  • Lack of public transportation
    Unlike many other cities, Detroit lacks public transportation.

  • Absence of grocery stores
    There are no grocery stores in Detroit. You might struggle to get affordable goods.

Famous Wedding Venues in Detroit, Michigan

  • Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation
    This National Historic Landmark boasts a unique collection of artifacts and exhibits shining a light on invention in all its forms. Featuring the presidential limousine of John F. Kennedy, Abraham Lincoln's chair from Ford's Theatre, a replica of Thomas Edison's laboratory, the Wright Brothers' bicycle shop, and many other historical exhibits,’ it's a must-see spot for friends and families alike.

  • Detroit Institute of Arts
    Lovers of art will fancy a visit to the Detroit Institute of Arts! The art museum is one of the best attractions in Detroit, as it includes more than 100 galleries (over 3 floors) of art from across the world. It also features a 1,150-seat auditorium and a 380-seat lecture/recital hall (with many live shows all year), as well as a state of the art reference library.

  • Detroit Zoo
    Experience nature and wildlife at the Detroit Zoo - the first zoo in the United States to use bar-less exhibits and one of Michigan's top sights for families. This 125-acre zoo is home to more than 2,400 animals across 235 different species. Check out the zoo in company of all your wedding guests and take some post-wedding pictures of the group, plus a few animals as well!