Econo Lodge & Suites
2985 Kraft Avenue Southeast
Grand Rapids, MI 49512
Phone: (616) 940-1777
Fax: (616) 940-9809
The Cultural Center at Grand Rapids has kept up with the times. Offering a wide selection of amenities from event spaces for weddings to trade shows and corporate meetings, some of the biggest events are held here. All rental rooms have modern lighting and sound equipment. There are also catering services, special events, workshops and much more held here. Call for upcoming events and reservations.
The Orbit Room broadcasts live performances every week by some of the top Hip Hop and R&B artists. DJ Hypnotique and DJ Sanouk have been resident guests at the Orbit Room along with lively acts, such as Hot Hot Heat and Aaron Carter. The best part is that there is no minimum age limit required for entry!
This women's singing organization performs four-part vocal harmonies and barbershop-style concerts in fall, winter, and spring performances.
Financed through a public bond referendum, this unique venue was designed to foster community art. Seating over 1200, The Forest Hills Fine Arts Center features local productions and exhibits as well as nationally renowned artists. From Bruce Hornsby to the Peking Acrobats this center embodies a spirit of diversity. For information on upcoming events, visit their website.
Built in 1911, this multicultural arts and education center features a variety of theater, dance, music, and performing art productions by local, regional, and national talents. Numerous after school and summer arts programs for children of all ages are available.
This 17 screen theatre features state-of-the-art projection and digital sound plus the ultimate in stadium theatre seating.
Founded in 1883, this society sponsors concerts by world renowned musicians and local performers in its beautifully restored historic building.
This state-of-the-art theatre group produces five main stage productions throughout the year.
Enjoy entertaining and thought-provoking theatrical productions with a Jewish theme while at this theatre. Most productions tend to be contemporary, but traditional selections may be presented.
The second largest community theatre in the US, this theatre company is located in a historic landmark building. They present eight main stage productions annually including musicals, comedies, dramas, and children's theatre.
This venue, built in the 1960s, hosts important business conferences and meetings. The center offers a choice of several spacious rooms, which are often used for lectures, fundraisers and banquets. Award ceremonies, such as the Michigan In-dustrial Education Awards, are often held here. People also visit the establishment for an occasional music concert. For booking dates and other information call for details.
Named in honor of its largest benefactors Jay and Betty Van Andel, this $75 million dollar venue features family shows, concerts, and sporting events. Seating over 12,000, the Van Andel Arena presents acts such as Disney on Ice, Kid Rock, and the NCAA Hockey Regional Finals. Van Andel Arena is an important business magnet. By hosting trade shows, conventions, and conferences the Arena is helping to revitalize the entire Grand Rapids region.