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National and local acts perform in this downtown Mexicantown club.
We have been promoting local music for over 27 years. Great atmosphere with outstanding service. Come on in and be treated like family.
All ages DIY club. Shows every Friday and Saturday, sometimes on weekdays. No smoking or drinking.
Hard rock, heavy metal bands - all shows, all ages.
Le Jive is a downriver music cafe offering excellent specialty coffees, sodas such as Jones and a great variety of root beers, and goodies from Janie's Cookie Co.

We showcase local music- dj's every Wednesday with our open mc night and bands every Saturday.

Local artists' work is also featured- we host a public reception starting at 8pm for each artist on first Fridays. Art exhibits run for one month.

Our non-smoking, non-alcoholic venue helps to assure a clean and safe atmosphere for all of our patrons.

FOR LISTINGS INFO, SEE The Max M. Fisher Music Center.

Designed by noted architect C. Howard Crane, Orchestra Hall took just four months and twenty-three days to complete. The DSO’s first concert at the hall was on October 23, 1919. Gabrilowitsch opened the program with Weber’s overture to the opera Oberon, and continued with Mozart’s Concerto in E-flat for two pianos and orchestra, Bach’s Concerto in C Major for three pianos and orchestra, and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 in C Minor.

In 1970, following a series of marches and sidewalk benefit performances, musicians and friends of the DSO succeeded in saving Orchestra Hall from the wrecking ball. A year later it was added to the National Register of Historic Places. In 1989, after a painstaking, nineteen-year restoration, the DSO moved back to its historic home. Today the hall is considered to be one of the nation’s finest acoustic structures.

Additional renovations were made to Orchestra Hall in 2003 when it became part of the Max M. Fisher Music Center, a complex comprised of Orchestra Hall, the Music Box recital hall, the Robert A. and Maggie Allesee Rehearsal Hall, the Jacob Bernard Pincus Music Education Center and a 4-story atrium lobby. All spaces are available for rent and performances of all kinds -- including jazz and poetry slams -- frequently take place in both the Music Box and Allesee Hall.

Open four nights a week with live rock and a DJ every night. Large dance floor and great seating to see shows up close.
We offer Movies Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday starting at 7pm and 9pm.

We are The Wired Frog concert theatre every Thursday through Sunday shocasing the lastest and greatest local bands.

On Saturday nights the Roseville Theatre is taken over by Twisted "D" Entertainment for a night dance party with the latest hip-hop and techno.

For Booking: Keith Nida at (586) 615-6952

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