1675 E. Sherman Blvd.
Muskegon, MI 49444
Phone: (231) 739-9092
Fax: (231) 739-2264
Formerly known as the Michigan Theater, this historic venue was built in 1929 by movie mogul, Paul Shlossman. Reflecting traditional Moorish and Spanish architecture, the Frauenthal Center for the Performing Arts features a two-story lobby area, state-of-the-art lighting and sound, three majestic theater and gallery spaces as well as an onsite restaurant, Smash Wine Bar & Bistro. Events range from private gatherings such a weddings and parties to corporate functions, performing art shows and more. Visit the website for rental details and information on upcoming shows.
With picturesque views of Lake Michigan, Heritage Landing is a shoreline venue. Hosting many popular events throughout the year, Heritage Landing is home to the Coast West Music Festival, Michigan Irish Musical Festival and many more. Gorgeously landscaped with a large green space, children's playground and outdoor concert pavilion, this lakeside venue shouldn't be missed.
Open year round, this state-of-the-art, 700 seat movie theater shows the best first run movies and offers many weekly specials.
This 400 seat theater provides a venue for operas, musicals, children's theater, and student performances.
The Kirkhof Center contains resources for Grand Valley State University Students as well as conference and meeting space. There's also a food court on the lower level.
This indoor arena hosts collegiate-level sporting events as well as concerts, conventions, and meetings.