KordaZone Theater is the base of the acclaimed Korda Artistic Productions. Opened in 2007, this intimate theater showcases the works of this theater group which was established in 2003. You will find a myriad of shows ranging from musicals to originals, classics to contemporary, Canadian and pantomime that will keep you enthralled. The theater is available for rent as well.
Mackenzie Hall was built in the mid 19th century and has a rich history behind it. This building was originally used as a courthouse, jail, and gallows and is one of the oldest buildings in the city. Today Mackenzie Hall is the hub of the cities cultural activities and frequently hosts live music performances, concerts, art exhibitions, theater, social events, and also conducts classes and workshops that focus on igniting the cultural and artistic spark within. The building itself is a beautiful example of architecture in the early Windsor years and is a must visit when in the city.
Capitol Theatre is located in the cultural center of Windsor city along the Detroit river. This Theater, which first opened its doors in the year 1920, is now the hub of art and culture in the city and still retains that rustic charm and grandeur. The theater has 3 large event spaces that are host to plays, concerts, comedy shows, dances and much more. Capitol Theatre is also the home of the renowned Windsor Symphony Orchestra and many of the most prestigious art groups of the city.
Built in 1906, this beautiful English mansion, once the home of Edward Chandler Walker, is called the Willistead Manor. Designed in the Tudor-Jacobean style of architecture, the expansive mansion boasts of 36 individually designed rooms that are surrounded by a 15 acre (6.07 hectares) park. Today, the historical mansion is not only open for tours but the house and the grounds can also be hired for private events and celebrations. If you want to glimpse at a slice of history, then head to the Willistead Manor for a great time.
The Chrysler Theatre is located along the banks of the Detroit river in the St. Clair College of arts and is a hotspot for art and culture in the city. The theater offers entertainment for everyone, young and old and plays host to various music concerts, theater shows, stand-up comedy performances and entertainment shows for children. The theater is excellently designed ensuring that every seat in the house is exceptional. The venue also has an event space that's available on rent to host meetings, conferences, parties and wedding celebrations.
Built in 1920 as the Tivoli Theatre, it was designed by famed American architect, C. Howard Crane. This art-deco building was initially a vaudeville theater and later became a movie theater. After the closure of the theater, the venue was a bingo hall and later a gay nightclub in 2000. The Olde Walkerville Theatre was reborn in 2014 after a complete overhaul with its original design. It is now a premier performing arts space. From concerts to theater, dance shows and musicals, this tiered theater ensures that no seat is a bad one.
Located in the basement of Saint Andrew's Hall, the Shelter is a live music and DJ performance venue. This cellar venue hosts more intimate concerts. Almost every night of the week you will get a taste of the up-and-coming bands in town. On nights where there is no live music you can listen to alternative rock and punk. Some of the city's most famous bands started performing in this basement venue.
TCF Center, also known as Cobo Center and Cobo Hall, is a spacious convention center located on the Detroit waterfront. It boasts 24,000,000 square feet (222967 square meter) of open floor space. The hall has witnessed several international music and sports events in the past. The Center has also played host to some prestigious events like the International G-7 Job Summit and the annual North American International Auto Show. Besides the massive floor space, the Center also comprises several banquet rooms and 80 meeting halls. Event catering is exclusively provided by the Center. Ample parking space is available.
A local favorite since 1975, Old Shillelagh acts as a pub, bar, and nightclub on various days throughout the week. This is one of the most liveliest spots in the city and is always bustling with a young crowd. Dance the night away as the DJ spins your favorite number or tap your feet to the live music performances by some of the best artists in the city; these and other interesting events held throughout the week keep the guests entertained. In case you feel hungry after all the dancing, you can devour burgers, sandwiches, appetizers or other offerings on their menu. All in all, you are sure to have a gala time here.
Located in Greektown, the International Banquet & Conference Center features as many as twelve meeting rooms and banquet rooms with the capacity to house ten to 600 guests. The rooms can be used for functions like weddings, birthdays, or even business meetings. The Grand Ballroom is also situated in the center. The building consists of wood and marble pillars, 22-foot (6.71 meters) ceilings with dome skylights, and a circular balcony. The prized location of this conference center affords a panoramic view of the city.
Housed inside the Boll Family YMCA, Marlene Boll Theatre is a small entertainment space. This venue is known for hosting a plethora of art performances and has been a popular venue for entertainment amongst the locals. Be it drama, classics, comic, dance, musicals or some other genre that you like, this venue has something for every taste. Besides art performances, this venue has been used for social events, film screenings, award ceremonies and more.