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Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, MI is home to some of the best venues and sports teams, including the Detroit Tigers, Detroit Red Wings, and the Detroit Lions. The Detroit Theatre District is the nation's second largest. Major Theatres include the Fox Theatre, the Fisher Theatre, Masonic Temple, the Detroit Opera House, and many more. Not only did Detroit become the birthplace for Motown Records, but also for techno music in 1987. Detroit is also known as Motor City, Motown, Hockeytown, and Rock City.

Are you looking for Detroit limousine service to any of the following venues? Entertainment Express offers the best limo service in Detroit, Michigan.

Top Detroit Restaurants:

Roma Cafe
La Dolce Vita
Whitney Restaurant
Cadieux Cafe
Eph McNally's
Rattlesnake Club
Vince's Ristorante Italiano
Caucus Club

Top Detroit Entertainment Venues:

St. Andrews Hall
Tiki Bob's Cantina
220 Merril / Edison's Lounge
Renaissance Club
Bo's Brewery & Bistro
Cobo Hall
The Fillmore Detroit
Detroit Opera House

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Some of the locations IN Detroit WHERE we PROVIDE LIMO SERVICE IN MICHIGAN include, but are not limited to

Cobo Hall (officially Cobo Conference/Exhibition Center)

Cobo Conference/Exhibition CenterCobo Conference/Exhibition Center is a convention center that currently holds 700,000 square feet of exhibition space. Adjacent to Cobo Arena, both are located in downtown Detroit, Michigan. Cobo Hall is home to Detroit’s North American International Auto Show in January each year. [more]

Cobo Arena

Cobo Arena Cobo Arena is adjacent to Cobo Hall and Joe Louis Arena and has been a host of concerts in downtown Detroit for many years. From 1961-1978 Cobo Arena was the home for the Detroit Pistons. This indoor arena seats 12,191 and is served by the Detroit People Mover. [more]

Joe Louis Arena (nicknamed Hockeytown, The Joe, and JLA)

Joe Louis Arena Joe Louis Arena is Detroit’s hockey arena, home to the Detroit Red Wings of the NHL. Joe Louis Arena, named for the former heavyweight boxer champion Joe Louis who grew up in Detroit, is located in downtown Detroit and is adjacent to Cobo Arena and is accessible through the Detroit People Mover. [more]

Ford Field

Ford Field Ford Field is the indoor football stadium, located in Detroit, Michigan that is home to the Detroit Lions of the NFL. Ford Field Stadium can seat up to 70,000 for football and 80,000 for basketball. Ford Field hosted Super Bowl XL and as of April 1, 2007 will be hosting the WWE WrestleMania 23. Ford Field has also served as a venue for concerts since it opened in 2002. [more]

Comerica Park

Comerica Park Comerica Park is the home of the Detroit Tigers. Ford Field is its close neighbor as they share downtown Detroit’s entertainment. Comerica Park hosted game 1 of the World Series in 2006, making it the first World Series game in the history of the park. [more]

Fisher Building (nicknamed "Detroit's largest art object")

Fisher Building The Fisher Building was inspired by Mayan architecture and is a National Historic Landmark. Traveling productions of Broadway shows are now seen in this building. [more]

Fisher Theatre

Fisher theatre The Fisher Theatre opened on November 11, 1928 and was a movie and vaudeville house. It was remodeled as a live theatre in 1961. It is now ornamented with marble, Indian rosewood, walnut paneling, crystal and bronze decorative work.[more]

The Fillmore Detroit

The State TheatreThe Fillmore Detroit (formerly the State Theatre) is located next to the Fox Theatre in downtown Detroit and is used for a mix of entertainment. The theatre offers two levels of seating and a beautiful grand lobby. Visitors can also eat at the State Bar and Grill which is opened even if the theatre is not hosting an event. [more]

Fox Theatre

Fox Theatre The Fox Theatre is located next to The Fillmore Detroit in the Detroit Theatre District, and is a National Historic Landmark. The Fox Theatre offers 5,045 seats making it the second largest theater in the country after the Radio City Music Hall in New York City. The Fox theatre is known for hosting shows such as Sesame Street Live and David Copperfield. [more]

Detroit Opera House

Detroit Opera House Once known as the Capitol Theatre, the Detroit Opera House recently hosted all Michigan Opera Theatre productions, as well as other events including 5 dance productions from touring companies. The Detroit Opera House also hosts musicals and comedy events.[more]

Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts

Music Hall Center for the Performing ArtsMusic Hall Center for the Performing Arts, founded as the Wilson Theatre, is one of Detroit’s last remaining stage theatres in the area. The Music Hall has provided Detroit with a great performing arts atmosphere from a wide range of artists. [more]

Masonic Temple

Masonic Temple Known as the largest Masonic Temple in the World, the Detroit Masonic Temple is a large-events venue located in downtown Detroit, Michigan. The Masonic Temple is used for Broadway, concerts and other special events. [more]

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