9040 Holly Road
Grand Blanc, MI 48439
Phone: (810) 694-0000
Fax: (810) 694-0155
This 100-acre (40-hectare) property, located off Dixie Highway, is the venue for the outdoor Michigan Renaissance Festival. This Holly tradition has been taking place here since 1985. It recreates a fictional 16th-century English village called Hollygrove that gets its name from the two townships this property is part of. It features the Horton Lake and Walton Lake, and can accommodate 250,000 visitors and ample parking.
The 1996 and 2000 United Hockey League playoff champions, this hockey club plays a 40 game regular season from October to April at the IMA Sports Arena, as well as playoff games in April and May.
Considered by many as one of the most well-equipped and finest arenas in all of North America, Perani Arena and Event Center can accommodate up to 4021 spectators and is just the venue you would want to be at to catch a game, concert or even host private functions. The arena has been home to professional hockey since a long time now and many matches have been held here. Even the Flint Fuze of the Continental Basketball Association have used this facility. The venue is a perfect one for hosting sporting events, children's shows, expos, trade shows and graduation ceremonies.
"Flint's Original Alternative Theatre," this intimate, 84 seat theater presents a wide range of live plays, traditional theatrical productions, hilarious improv performances, and children's productions throughout the year.
The Department of Theatre and Dance at the University of Michigan presents a challenging slate of plays performed by student talent which are designed and directed by a professional staff in a beautiful 400 seat theatre.
Home of the award-winning Flint Youth Theatre, this fully equipped, proscenium style auditorium and theater hosts all types of events throughout the year including theatrical productions, concerts, dance recitals, lectures, demonstrations, and meetings.
Experience the unique joys of discovery and self expression through the performing arts of this youth theater group that presents the Signature Series and Squiggle Wiggle Series at the Bower Theater and the Once Upon a Time Series at the Whiting Auditorium.
Led by world-renowned music director and conductor, Enrique Diemecke, this orchestra showcases exciting and moving renditions of music by the world's greatest composers. The orchestra performs six classical concerts each season, as well as family concerts, summer parks concerts, and an annual pops performance.
See the excitement of horse racing at Sports Creek Raceway. There's a dining facility onsite, and it's a great place to host a special event.
Open from May through Labor Day, DTE Energy Music Theatre, originally called Pine Knob, is the biggest outdoor concert venue in south-eastern Michigan. It's about an hour's drive from downtown Detroit, nestled in a wooded area of northern Oakland County. With a large pavilion seating area and a hillside for lawn seating behind it, the facility attracts big crowds to see top musical acts, usually pop, rock, or country and western. Expect long lines at restrooms and concessions and a long wait after the show to get out of the parking area. For many years Pine Knob competed with the Meadow Brook Music Festival, but now both are owned by the same company.
This racing facility is a road course that poses a challenge even to the most expert drivers. The course can also be hired privately for corporate as well as personal outings. Check website for details.
Featuring mostly first-run Hollywood flicks, MJR Waterford Digital Cinema boasts of 16 screens. The tickets are reasonably charged and the theater is convenient to locate. Visit the website for more information.