Saint Andrews Hall

431 E Congress St
Detroit, MI 48226 United States
+1 313 961-8961
Price : $$ (Moderate)

About Saint Andrews Hall

Built in 1907, St. Andrew’s Hall was the historical meeting site for the St. Andrew’s Scottish Society of Detroit. This iconic place has hosted a battalion of live acts and is just a favorite of Detroiters old and young. St. Andrew’s is truly three exceptional assembly places in a single occasion space.

The most breathtaking area, the Main Ballroom, includes a hardwood dance floor, a tavern more than 35 feet long, an in-house sound and light system in addition to a distinctive VIP balcony level-offering prime viewing opportunities of the stage.

Found on the low level, The Shelter offers a DJ booth, stage, private bar, cabaret seating, red curtains and private rooms.

Going to the upper level, The Burns Room contains hardwood flooring, chandeliers, lounge furnishings, a little lifted stage and floor-to-ceiling windows looking over the RenCen and Congress.

What to Expect:

Formerly a church, Saint Andrews Hall and its down-stairs stage, The Shelter, host many different local and national indie acts. In fact, one of Eminem’s first hip-hop gigs was at the legendary Shelter hip hop nights downstairs.

Not surprisingly, past guests have described both the ambiance and dress code of Saint Andrews Hall as Casual, with the cost of the venue as being moderate.

As expected, Saint Andrews Hall is very loud and great for dancing. The best nights to hit this venue are Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.


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Dress Code: Club Attire







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