Saint Andrew's Hall, Detroit

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Saint Andrew's Hall
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Location 431 E Congress St Detroit, MI
Coordinates 42°19′56″N 83°02′30″W / 42.33234°N 83.04155°W / 42.33234; -83.04155Coordinates: 42°19′56″N 83°02′30″W / 42.33234°N 83.04155°W / 42.33234; -83.04155
Capacity 1000, 400
Opened 1907
Website
Saint Andrews Concert Tickets

Saint Andrew's Hall is a Detroit music venue and concert hall. Formerly the meeting place for the Saint Andrew's Society of Detroit and never a church,[1] the building is now a host of live bands and DJs.[2]

History[edit]

Since 1980, the venue has been bringing trendsetting music to Detroit.[3]

St. Andrews has hosted famous breakthrough acts during the '80s and '90s, such as Eminem, Insane Clown Posse, Iggy Pop, Nirvana, Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, The Verve, Tool, Nirvana, R.E.M., and Red Hot Chili Peppers .

The Shelter[edit]

The Shelter lies underneath St. Andrews Hall and hosts various live music acts and DJs. It is best known for being one of the first stages Eminem performed.[4]

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