Royal Oak Music Theatre

318 W. 4th St
Royal Oak, MI 48067 United States
+1 248 399-2980
Price : $$ (Moderate)

About Royal Oak Music Theatre

Originally owned by Detroit area entrepreneur and film house entrepreneur John H. Kunsky, the Royal Oak Music Theatre opened its doors in 1928. It quickly made its mark as one of Detroit’s finest suburban theatres.

However, in 1978, scheduling moved toward hosting comedy and live music.

In 2004, Worldwide Entertainment, LLC took over the venue, adding off Broadway theatre, musicals, and dance productions to the mix.

The long list of eclectic and unforgettable performances at the Royal Oak Music Theatre consists of well know entertainers such as The White Stripes, *NSYNC, Billy Crystal, Robin Williams, Duran Duran, George Clinton & The Parliament Funkadelic, Hank Williams Jr., Iggy Pop, Run D.M.C., Violent Femmes, Bauhaus, Donovan, Mike Epps, John Heffron, Charlie Murphy, Donnell Rawlings & Bill Burr, Was (not Was), Ben Folds, the Romantics, Will Downing, John Legend, Modest Mouse, Violent Femmes, Our Lady Peace, Cake, The Ten Tenors, “Tap Dogs Rebooted,” “Bellydance A-listers,” and “Forever Tango.” From movie house to concert venue, the theater has experienced many changes for the duration of its 80 year history, and remains an applicable institution within the ever-changing entertainment sector.

What to Expect:

When you walk into the doors of the Royal Oak Music Theatre, expect to be greeted by a Hipster/Casual ambiance and moderate pricing.

Past guests have described the music as being somewhat loud, making it a great place to get your groove on.
Just be aware of the fact that the only parking available is on the street, so if you do not like to walk make sure to get there early enough to get a good parking spot. This will especially be necessary on a Friday or Saturday as these are the top nights at the Royal Oak Music Theatre.


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Dress Code: Club Attire






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