3Fifty Terrace – Music Hall Detroit: An Inside Look
A premier rooftop venue, with access to one of Detroit’s best skyline views. 3Fifty terrace is your go to spot all summer long. The rooftop offers a wide variety of activities everything from rooftop yoga, private events, and of course, a nightclub. 3Fifty terrace is conveniently located within walking distance of some of the most renowned landmarks in Detroit, including Ford Field, the Detroit Opera House, Comerica Park, and the Detroit Athletic Club.
The 10,000-square feet of open-air space are ideal for hosting a night out. Equipped with full amenities, the venue has a granite-top bar, VIP booths, and a restroom with attendants. Entertainment includes a DJ, sound booth, programmable LED lighting, large projection screen, and CO2 cryo jets.
3Fifty Terrace is open four days a week to the public and large groups:
- Thursday is Weekend Warm Up from 9 PM to 2 AM. Get the weekend off to a great start in our exclusive VIP areas.
- Skip Fridays begins at 4 PM with The Mix, which runs until 9 PM and the terrace closes at 2 AM.
- Saturday Skyline runs from 9 PM to 2 AM.
- For Sunset on Sundays, the venue is open from 5 PM to 11 PM.
The venue is available for private events during the evenings from Monday to Wednesday and on Saturday afternoons before 7 PM.
Available for private events, Jazz Café is ideal for performances, networking events, wedding receptions, and album release parties. There are also shows every day of the week, including a monthly comedy night on Wednesdays and weekly jam session on Sundays.
Situated on 350 Madison Ave, Music Hall is in the heart of the best-selling entertainment district, together with two stadiums and six other theaters. Open to everyone, it is often called “the people’s theater.” Its motto: Practice Your Cool. Perfect Your Cool reflects the theater’s mission: to provide the community of Detroit with innovation and quality through performing arts and education.
Music Hall is only able to continue providing programming that appeals to the diverse cultures of Southeast Michigan thanks support from donors, corporate sponsors, and foundations like the Matilda R. Wilson Fund and Masco Foundation.
Editor’s note: This content was originally published on the 3fifty Terrace homepage, used with permission. This blog post is part of a series highlighting music venues across Michigan and the communities that enjoy them.