Proud to represent Detroit as one of the most legendary and iconic music venues in the country, a reputation earned by providing you decades of groundbreaking music and unforgettable concert experiences.
Built in 1907, Saint Andrew's Hall was originally the meeting place for the Saint Andrew's Scottish Society of Detroit, up until World War II when membership numbers fell off sharply. During the 1950s, 60s, and 70s other groups began renting the facility for concerts, meetings, and special events. Not until the 1980s though, was Saint Andrew's more regularly documented for its historical legacy as a trendsetting, iconic music club that played host to such legendary breakthrough acts as Iggy Pop, Bob Dylan, and Paul Simon, to Nirvana, R.E.M., the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pearl Jam, and Soundgarden in the 90s to even more contemporary acts in the 2000s such as John Mayer, Adele, and Eminem, solidifying its reputation as one of the most legendary and iconic music venues in the country through decades of groundbreaking music and unforgettable concert experiences. A legacy that continues on today. St. Andrew's Hall offers a robust stage presence with audio equipment and visual lighting to match the passion of our visiting performance artists.