The Crofoot Presents specializes in matching each event with the right location and facility. The team prides itself on putting great shows and events in established rooms, but also finding new alternate spaces.

We are always seeking out new spaces and venues. Below is a list of some of the rooms we utilize. Some of these we operate, others we use on a one-off basis. This is not an exhaustive list of venues in the market, if you’re looking for something specific let us know, we can help you find the appropriate venue for your event.

The Crofoot Ballroom

1 South Saginaw Pontiac, MI 48342

The Crofoot Ballroom is our flagship venue. Originally built in 1830, it is Oakland County’s oldest commercial building. The Crofoot has housed barbers, meat markets, saloons, lunch rooms, shoe stores and now a state of the art concert venue and event space.

The Pike Room

1 South Saginaw Pontiac, MI 48342

Located on the second floor of the Crofoot complex, the Pike room is an intimate space perfect for small nationals or bigger locals.

The Vernors Room

1 South Saginaw Pontiac, MI 48342

Named after the fact that the room once housed a Vernor’s soda fountain, the Vernors room is a uniquely shaped room, with 2 levels and a mezzanine level with huge windows and patio access.

Pyramid Scheme

68 Commerce Ave SW Grand Rapids, MI 49503

This long-needed midsize venue, in downtown Grand Rapids, bridges the gap between the many much larger rooms in the market and a very healthy DIY scene. Beautiful, well-designed, clean venue with top-quality sound and lights, large stage, crazy pinball selection, and an unmatched atmosphere in a popular neighborhood. Past acts include Guided By Voices, The Wonder Years, Kate Nash, Hum, Cannibal Corpse, Shakey Graves, and many more.

Mac’s Bar

2700 E Michigan Ave Lansing, MI 48912

Our favorite little dive bar that still allows us to do all-ages shows, Mac’s Bar is one of Michigan’s longest tenured music venues. Located near the border of Lansing and East Lansing, just a mile from the campus of Michigan State University, this popular dive bar features great sight lines and sound, making for an intimate show for crowds of 20 to 200!  Past shows include Manchester Orchestra, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Frank Turner, and Murder By Death.

Magic Stick

4120 Woodward Ave Detroit, MI 48201

The Magic Stick got its start in the early 90’s when the Majestic’s owners removed eight bowling lanes from the second floor alley, replacing them with ten pool tables and a dance floor. The concept quickly caught on as the basement motif provided an ideal backdrop for the burgeoning garage, alt rock and electronic scenes in Detroit. Later, the remaining four upstairs lanes were removed and the dance floor was expanded to complete the construction of what would become one of city’s legendary rock rooms.

The Loft

414 E. Michigan Ave. Lansing, MI 48933

Just blocks from the Capitol, in the up-and-coming “Stadium District” in downtown Lansing, and just minutes from 45,000 college students at Michigan State University, The Loft has become one of the best secondary market clubs in the Midwest. Great sound, stage, location, and atmosphere. The Loft has hosted Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, AWOLNATION, Owl City, Danny Brown, GRiZ, and Bastille in recent years.

The Loving Touch

22634 Woodward Ave Ferndale, MI 48220

Named after the old massage parlor that used to be next door, the Loving Touch is now a staple to downtown Ferndale’s bursting community. With walls of plants, and beer menus that feature beer from the brewery connected to the venue, seeing a show at the loving touch will provide a unique concert environment.

Redford Theatre

17360 Lahser Rd Detroit, MI 48219

This ornate playhouse located in the Old Redford neighborhood of Detroit features a full sized stage, a grand foyer, and an original Golden-Voiced Barton Theatre pipe-organ. The Redford is one of the crowd jewels of Detroit Theatre architecture, and is lovingly maintained by the Motorcity Theatre Organ Society.

Masonic Temple

500 Temple Avenue Detroit, MI 48201

The world’s largest Masonic Temple is home to several concert of Detroit’s most iconic performance spaces. The facility includes 1037 rooms, and incredible works of art. The Main Theatre, The Chapel, The Crystal Ballroom, The Fountain Ballroom, The Jack White Theatre, or if you’re lucky, the unfinished swimming pool on the 14th floor.

The Emerald Theatre

31 N Walnut St Mt Clemens, MI 48043

Newly renovated in 2016, the Emerald Theatre, with a capacity of 1,620 on its main floor, balcony and mezzanine levels is one of the largest venues of its kind in metropolitan Detroit. Throughout the years, the theatre’s stage has been the platform for local rising-star performers, as well as some of the greats: Kid Rock, the Cult, Alice in Chains, Styx, Gerald Albright, Uncle Kracker, Vince Neil, Mike Posner, The Cult, The Psychedelic Furs, Motörhead, Pearl Jam, and more.

Bell’s Brewery

355 East Kalamazoo Ave Kalamazoo, MI 49007

Super well-appointed, gorgeous live room located inside the world-famous Bell’s Brewery complex in downtown Kalamazoo. 21+ welcome, great for folk, indie, alternative, jam, and other stuff. They also feature an outdoor garden space where they host 8-10 shows per summer (900 cap). Recent past shows include G Love and Special Sauce, Of Montreal, Greensky Bluegrass, and Drive-By Truckers.

Fischer Hall

613 S. Main Frankenmuth, MI 48734

Built in 1894, this rental hall in the heart of beautiful downtown Frankenmuth (Michigan’s little German town) is a great spot for concerts, speaking engagements, and weddings.

Flint Local 432

124 W. 1st Street Flint, MI 48502

Flint Local 432 is one of the longest-running all-ages venues in the country, having hosted thousands of bands since its start over three decades ago. “The Local” is a one part of Red Ink Flint, a youth focused non-profit that provides access to the arts and other activities in downtown Flint.

The Blind Pig

208 S. First Street Ann Arbor, MI 48104

The Blind Pig opened its doors in 1971 and has an impressive resume of bands that have graced their stage. Nirvana stated in an interview with MTV that it was their favorite venue to play, and the venue has played host to everyone on the way up from Pearl Jam to Dave Matthews Band. The room is known for warm vibes, good sound, and a tiny stage.

Robin Theatre

1105 S. Washington Lansing, MI 48910

The Robin Theatre is housed in a 100 year-old building in Lansing’s historic automobile manufacturing district, REO Town, which has since transformed into a burgeoning arts district. The 100-cap venue is best described as “mostly” a black-box theatre, with very simple and elegant design.

PJ’s Lager House

1254 Michigan Ave Detroit, MI 48226

Dripping with personality, PJ’s Lager House, a Corktown fixture since 1914, is one of Detroit’s best small rooms. Great food and an impressive history, without a doubt one of Detroit’s most important small venues.

Hard Rock Cafe Detroit

45 Monroe Ave Detroit, MI 48226

Rock ’n’ roll-themed chain with a high-energy vibe serving burgers & American classics located in the center of Detroit’s busy central business district.

USA Hockey Arena

14900 North Beck Road Plymouth, MI 48170

A state of the art facility located at the nexus of 3 major expressways, moments away from three of Michigan’s largest high schools, a short drive from 4 major university campuses- University of Michigan, MSU, Wayne State, and Eastern Michigan University.

Kalamazoo State Theatre

404 S. Burdick Kalamazoo, MA 49007

An absolute gem of a theatre in one of the fastest growing cities in the Midwest, the State is a historic fixture of the beautiful Kalamazoo downtown, and has been since 1927. The room is seated, but seats can be cleared for a GA pit. Recent shows include Iron and Wine, Jason Isbell, Wilco, and Ghost.


10339 Conant St Hamtramck, MI 48212

Located in Hamtramck, right outside of Detroit, Small’s was established in 1999. The building, originally a bank, dates back to 1923. Small’s is a mainstay in the Detroit music community.

The Majestic Theatre

4120 Woodward Ave Detroit, MI 48201

The Majestic Theatre is steeped in history. Designed by C. Howard Crane, it opened on April 1, 1915 as the largest theatre in the world of its kind. The Majestic complex is home to Sgt. Pepperoni’s Pizza, the Magic Stick, The Majestic Cafe, and the Garden Bowl-America’s longest operating bowling center.

Royal Oak Music Theatre

318 W. Fourth St. Royal Oak, MI 48067

Opening as a vaudeville theatre in 1928, the Royal Oak Music Theatre is a 3 level theatre in the heart of downtown Royal Oak Michigan. It has been operated by AEG presents since 2007.

Fisher Building

3011 W Grand Blvd Detroit, MI 48202

Detroit’s largest art object, the ornate building, completed in 1928, is one of the major works of architect Albert Kahn, and is designed in an Art Deco style, constructed of limestone, granite, and several types of marble. The Fisher family financed the building with proceeds from the sale of Fisher Body to General Motors. It was designed to house office, retail space, and a grand arcade used for public gatherings.

Russell Industrial Center

1600 Clay St Detroit, MI 48211

Spanning several buildings and millions of square feet, the Russell Industrial Center is Detroit’s premier facility for commercial space. With a history spanning nearly a century, the complex began as a manufacturing facility but has now been revitalized as a canvas for countless artists. The vast spaces have been used for festivals, weddings, concerts, and film shoots, including major Hollywood motion pictures, like Batman vs Superman.

The Ford Piquette Avenue Plant

461 Piquette St Detroit, MI 48202

The Ford Piquette Avenue Plant is recognized as one of the most significant automotive heritage sites in the world, and is a museum and the oldest factory open to the general public in the world, and is a historic national landmark.

Waterview Loft at Port Detroit

130 E. Atwater Street Detroit, MI 48226

Steps away from the GM Renaissance center, the Waterview Loft is a modern events space that features a patio, indoor loft space, and a gorgeous conservatory. Gorgeous Detroit River views and nighttime city lights make this venue even more spectacular and unique.

West Riverfront Park

1801 W. Jefferson Detroit, MI 48216

Formerly owned by the Detroit Free Press, West Riverfront Park (home to Mo Pop festival) spans 20 acres along the riverfront. The park is spacious, with wide sidewalks and benches and plenty of lush green land right along the Detroit River.

Underground at DIME

1265 Griswold Street Detroit, MI 48226

Located in the lower level of the Detroit Institute of Music Education, the Underground at DIME is a new space featuring a large stage and open area for seating (or dancing!), state-of-the-art sound system, dressing rooms, bar area, coat check and ticket booth. The room also has a built in audience of students!

Wealthy Theatre

1130 Wealthy Street SE Grand Rapids, MI 49506