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Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums
Battle Creek & Kalamazoo (AZO) | Detroit (DTW) | Flint (FNT) | Grand Rapids (GRR)
Lansing (LAN) | Saginaw (MBS) | South Bend (SBN) | Toledo (TOL) | Traverse City (TVC)

Battle Creek & Kalamazoo Sports Venues
Battle Creek & Kalamazoo | Detroit | Flint | Grand Rapids | Lansing | Saginaw | Traverse City | Index
ONLINE
BOOKING
VENUE YEAR
OPEN
CITY CAPACITY NOTES
 
1980
Battle Creek
8,500
Home of the Battle Creek Knights (IBA)
 
1957
Kalamazoo
5,421
Home of Western Michigan Broncos basketball, gymnastics & volleyball (MAC); Located in Read Fieldhouse
 
1939
Kalamazoo
30,100
Home of Western Michigan Broncos football (MAC)
 
1974
Kalamazoo
8,023
Home of the Kalamazoo Wings (ECHL)
Detroit Sports Venues
Battle Creek & Kalamazoo | Detroit | Flint | Grand Rapids | Lansing | Saginaw | Traverse City | Index
ONLINE
BOOKING
VENUE YEAR
OPEN
CITY CAPACITY NOTES
 
2000
Detroit
45,027
Home of the Detroit Tigers (MLB)
 
1967
Ann Arbor
12,721
Home of Michigan Wolverines basketball & gymnastics (Big Ten)
 
1998
Ypsilanti
8,824
Home of Eastern Michigan Eagles basketball & volleyball (MAC)
 
2002
Detroit
65,000
Home of the Detroit Lions (NFL); Hosts the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl, MAC Championship Game, & Michigan high school football championship games
 
1979
Detroit
20,066
Home of the Detroit Red Wings (NHL)
 
1960
Port Huron
6,500
Includes a multi-purpose arena, a pavilion & a theater
 
1968
Brooklyn
85,000
Sprint Cup, NASCAR Nationwide Series, NCWTS, ARCA
 
1968
Brooklyn
85,000
NASCAR events, currently the fastest track in NASCAR
 
1927
Ann Arbor
109,901
Home of Michigan Wolverines football (Big Ten) & lacrosse (ECAC)
 
1969
Ypsilanti
30,200
Home of Eastern Michigan Eagles football (MAC)
 
1988
Auburn Hills
24,276
Home of the Detroit Pistons (NBA)
 
1923
Ann Arbor
6,637
Home of Michigan Wolverines hockey (CCHA)
Flint Sports Venues
Battle Creek & Kalamazoo | Detroit | Flint | Grand Rapids | Lansing | Saginaw | Traverse City | Index
ONLINE
BOOKING
VENUE YEAR
OPEN
CITY CAPACITY NOTES
 
1969
Flint
6,469
Sports, entertainment & convention venue
Grand Rapids Sports Venues
Battle Creek & Kalamazoo | Detroit | Flint | Grand Rapids | Lansing | Saginaw | Traverse City | Index
ONLINE
BOOKING
VENUE YEAR
OPEN
CITY CAPACITY NOTES
 
1950
Marne
8,800
ARCA
 
1960
Muskegon
6,396
Host to concerts, trade shows, conventions, ice hockey & other sports & events
 
1996
Grand Rapids
13,184
Home of the Grand Rapids Griffins (AHL)
Lansing Sports Venues
Battle Creek & Kalamazoo | Detroit | Flint | Grand Rapids | Lansing | Saginaw | Traverse City | Index
ONLINE
BOOKING
VENUE YEAR
OPEN
CITY CAPACITY NOTES
 
1989
East Lansing
15,138
Home of Michigan State Spartans basketball (Big Ten)
 
1974
East Lansing
6,470
Home of Michigan State Spartans hockey (CCHA)
 
1923
East Lansing
75,025
Home of Michigan State Spartans football (Big Ten)
Saginaw Sports Venues
Battle Creek & Kalamazoo | Detroit | Flint | Grand Rapids | Lansing | Saginaw | Traverse City | Index
ONLINE
BOOKING
VENUE YEAR
OPEN
CITY CAPACITY NOTES
 
1972
Saginaw
7,600
Consists of The Atrium, The Garden Room, Heritage Theater, Unity Hall & Wendler Arena
 
1972
Mount Pleasant
30,199
Home of Central Michigan Chippewas football (MAC)
 
1973
Mount Pleasant
5,300
Home of Central Michigan Chippewas basketball, gymnastics, volleyball & wrestling (MAC); Part of the CMU Events Center


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