Clarion Hotel and Conference Center
2900 Jackson Ave.
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Phone: (734) 665-4444
Fax: (734) 665-5558
2900 Jackson Ave., Ann Arbor, MI, US, 48103
- Phone: (734) 665-4444
- Fax: (734) 665-5558
Enjoy a variety of activities on a real working farm during this nine-day event. You might try a hay ride, the corn maze, giant self-pick pumpkins and gourds, and seeing lots of animals. Opened daily before October and on weekends in October.
One of Ann Arbors' favorites, Goodrich Quality 16 Ann Arbor is a charming place to watch your movies. Stadium style seating, sound and digital projection makes it a pleasant experience. There is also an extra room that you can hire to celebrate special occasions like birthdays, gatherings, book clubs and lots more. To find out more on their schedules, bookings and other information, visit the website or call ahead.
A former farm, the Yellow Barn is a hidden gem of the neighborhood. A creative space used for concerts, art exhibitions, poetry, storytelling and more, this place is always buzzing with one event after the other. The Yellow Barn will charm you with its uniqueness and warmth.
Since 1980, this professional troupe has been pleasing audiences with their performances each season that combine storytelling, movement, and music into a magical experience.The troupe is made up of adult actors, dancers, and musicians.
Two of music's greatest - Jimi Hendrix and John Lennon have played at this nightclub. Well, that should be introduction enough. Rocking the music scene since the 1970s, the Blind Pig has gone from being just a bar with a small stage, to a thriving hub for music lovers. Local talent and touring bands from all over the world have entertained audiences here. Past performers include REM, Soul Asylum, Nirvana and many more. From blues and techno to punk and rock, the Blind Pig has seen it all over the years. There is an additional bar known as the Eight Ball Saloon housed in the basement. Check the website for the latest bands hitting the scene.
Originally envisaged, in 1965, as a hang-out for students, The Ark has undergone quite some changes since then. This non-profit organization is dedicated to bring live entertainment to the city and is an eclectic place for various concerts and shows that take place here. Special workshops and annual festivals are organized too. From jazz to contemporary, this place is truly a haven for those who love music. Not a huge place, but it has all the right ingredients to make it one of the most successful musical venues the city has to offer.
Ann Arbor's only professional theater performs six contemporary plays a season in a state-of-the-art facility with a luxurious lobby and a members-only bar.
Kerrytown Concert House lies in the heart of Ann Arbor and is a premium venue for a number of events like theater performances and concerts. The main attraction at this vibrant venue is the "C" Hamburg Steinway grand piano. This venue is well equipped with state-of-art audio visual as well as recording equipment, that make this place a favorite recording studio with many artists. This place is always buzzing with activity as it is host to around 70 events per year, from art exhibitions to dance performances. If you're planning an event, then check their website for rental and other details.
A center with activities centered around the teens, the Neutral Zone in Ann Arbor is a place where teenagers and young adults can hangout, express themselves and take part in engaging activities. Founded in 1998 by a group of local teens, this center has grown in popularity as a venue where kids of diverse backgrounds can find an attentive ear and feel accepted. In order to abide by its mission of 'promoting personal growth', the center has a varied range of programs, some focusing on education, others on arts, or music, that look at the wholesome development of the teenager. For more information, do see the website.
Featuring some of the best local and national talent in the comedy scene, Ann Arbor Comedy Showcase is one of the best comedy clubs the city has seen. Located on the East Liberty Street, it seats 250 people comfortably. Armed with some great jokes and a crowd that is generally good humored, this place is a hoot! Please visit the website for the scheduled programs.
This youth chorale features three main children's choirs that represent different levels of vocal ability. Performance include diverse genres of all styles and periods with an emphasis on linguistic and cultural masterpieces.
Lead by Maestro Arie Lipsky, this symphony orchestra provides quality performances six Saturday evenings from September through April as well as Sunday afternoon concerts in November and March.