Saint Andrews Hall began to cultivate a reputation for being a live music venue in the #24;80s, hosting concerts in its 1,000 seat capacity balcony-lined hall. Many of the bands in the alternative rock scene found their first gigs here. In recent times, hip-hop has also begun to appear on the line-up more often. The Shelter, in the Hall#25;s basement, hosts more intimate shows.
All patrons need a ticket. Many shows will be restricted to 18 and over or 21 and over.
No cameras, video or audio recording devises are allowed. Saint Andrews Hall was built in 1907, and still has the old-fashioned look of a building from Detroit#25;s past. The red-brick building stands out on the street it#25;s on, drawing attention from passers-by. Since the 1980s, it#25;s earned a reputation as a hot destination to hear live music.
Tickets can be picked up beginning at doors open at the main entrance, bring Identification, charge card, and confirmation number.