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Awesome venue!

Our first time to st andrews and hopefully not the last (we traveled for the show) staff is very... read more

Reviewed 13 April 2018
katewillis11
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Love this place!

I visited St.Andrews's for the first time this past weekend to see They Might Be Giants. It is such... read more

Reviewed 14 February 2018
Erin B
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Sarnia, Canada
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Constructed in 1907, St. Andrew's Hall is was the historic meeting site for the St. Andrew's Scottish Society of Detroit. This iconic venue has hosted a multitude of live acts and is a favorite of Detroiters young and old. St. Andrew's is actually...more
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431 E Congress St, Detroit, MI 48226-2912
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Reviewed 13 April 2018 via mobile

Our first time to st andrews and hopefully not the last (we traveled for the show) staff is very friendly and we loved our vip seating. Place has some history to it which I love. Parking for us was tricky but us never being there...More

1  Thank katewillis11
Reviewed 14 February 2018 via mobile

I visited St.Andrews's for the first time this past weekend to see They Might Be Giants. It is such a small venue that there is 'no bad spot' to watch the show from! A few bars and quick access to large washrooms made it really...More

Thank Erin B
Reviewed 7 February 2018

We went and saw Candlebox here a few weeks ago. On the main floor, it is standing room only with bars on either side. On the top floor, it's a narrow, wraparound balcony with seating. Cool atmosphere. Packed, but had a good time. The Shelter...More

1  Thank dmacnmi
Reviewed 25 January 2018 via mobile

The hall is the best place for this type of venue. Very well choreographed lines and Supreme security. A tall slim guy like me accepting an invitation to a Fetty Wap concert by my single mother friend...to take her son out for the firs time...More

Thank Dion G
Reviewed 10 November 2017

We went to see 10 Years and Red earlier this week. I have always wanted to visit this place, so this was my opportunity. I received an e-mail a few days to upgrade the ticket purchase to "VIP Platinum seating" for about $20.00. This was...More

Thank HLA3
Reviewed 11 October 2017

I can't say enough great things about the staff at this venue! My friend broke her leg a few days before the show, and being the trooper that she is, was still going to the show at all costs. From the moment we arrived to...More

Thank JESSICA R
Reviewed 21 September 2017

I went there for a concert recently and I was impressed with the venue. Great sound and the balcony seats offer a great view. Definitely worth the extra money for those seats.

Thank stubb2
Reviewed 27 April 2017 via mobile

Ok it's kinda dive like for sure especially location outside. Considering it's a venue known for shows of all ages and a lot of kids show up to this there are bars everywhere and a gentlemen club right beside it. But overall it was clean...More

Thank Theresa013067
Reviewed 15 November 2016

Small venue but buying VIP seats was a bit of a rip-off. This is a general admission venue with the the exception of a few seats with tables on the 2nd floor balcony. Turns out they sell "upgrades" at the time of the show to...More

1  Thank zaraforty
Reviewed 11 November 2016 via mobile

If an artist you like is performing at St. Andrews Hall in Detroit, make an effort to get there. Most do not realize this place was never a church. In 1907 it was a meeting place for the Saint Andrews Society (Scotchman). It's now 1000...More

2  Thank JVM-Milford-MI
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Sandra J
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Response from zaraforty | Reviewed this property |
I would call the venue directly but I do not recall either and I have a handicap parking placard for my bad leg due to 2 back surgeries. It was not easy, really tight seating.
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