From the first day the theater opened in 1928 as the Kunsky Royal Oak, the art-deco Royal Oak Music Theatre continues to shine as a first-class venue in a city that is synonymous with entertainment.
From movie palace to concert venue, the Royal Oak Music Theatre has undergone many changes throughout its near 80-year history. Originally constructed as a movie palace, the theater soon made its mark as one of the “largest and finest of Detroit suburban theaters.” Preserving the venue’s magnificent grandeur throughout the years has added to the allure of the Royal Oak Music Theatre as it continually remains a viable institution in the ever-changing entertainment industry and is the perfect backdrop for an intimate evening.
The Royal Oak Music Theatre is designed to be a multi-faceted entertainment venue that can accommodate any and all events including concerts, corporate and private parties, business seminars, fundraisers and weddings.
Royal Oak Music Theatre, Royal Oak — Balcony area with 167 fixed seats with two private bars. (photo credit: Larry Garcia)
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