DSO - Frank & The Ladies of Song

$124.00

February 12, 2023

1 Day Trip

Featuring:

  • Included Lunch at a local area restaurant.
  • Detroit Orchestra Hall
    Located in the Max M. Fisher Music Center. Orchestra Hall was first opened in 1919 but has been in and out of use until it was rennovated and re-opened in 1989. The hall was added to the National Register of Historical Places in 1971. The 2014-seat hall was designed by renowned Detroit architect C. Howard Crane, whose genius for theater design took him to cities around the nation, the building was constructed with superb acoustics. Crane also designed such Detroit landmarks as the Fox Theater, State Theater, and Detroit Opera House.
  • Frank & The Ladies of Song
    Broadway brass meets old-school class in a fresh take on songbook classics with award-winning vocalists Capathia Jenkins and Tony DeSare. Enrico Lopez-Yañez leads the DSO in a panoply of hits, including “This Could Be the Start of Something Big,” “Love Is Here to Stay,” “Come Fly With Me,” “Hallelujah I Love Him So,” “Night and Day,” “The Lady Is a Tramp,” “A-Tisket, A-Tasket,” “New York, New York” and more.

Zehnders Snowfest Luncheon Show

$111.00

January 26, 2023

1 Day Trip

Featuring:

  • Zehnders Snowfest Luncheon Show
    Enjoy the famous Zehnder’s 2-Piece Chicken Luncheon in our beautiful Main Dining Room while enjoying top-notch entertainment. You are invited to see the newest rage in interactive entertainment.
  • Dueling Pianos
    A modern day vaudeville act! These two pianists are your ringmasters for the day and will play the rockin’ oldies hits of yesterday and today. They run the show and will get you clapping, laughing and singing. They are comedians as well as top-notch musicians with an unbelievable repertoire of music. Come and be a part of the show!
  • Shopping Time
    Located in the lower level of our restaurant, Zehnder's Marketplace is a showcase of specialty food and gift items from around the world. From gourmet foods, Zehnder’s wines, cheeses, preserves, noodles and seasonings to a wide selection of unique accessories, culinary ware and gift items……there’s something for everyone.

DSO - Home for the Holidays

$124.00

December 18, 2022

1 Day Trip

Featuring:

  • Sindbad's Restaurant (included lunch)
    Located on the Detroit River. Sindbad’s has been a family owned restaurant for over 40 years. Enjoy the Sohar Room that overlooks the the Detroit River and Belle Isle.
  • Detroit Orchestra Hall
    Located in the Max M. Fisher Music Center. Orchestra Hall was first opened in 1919 but has been in and out of use until it was rennovated and re-opened in 1989. The hall was added to the National Register of Historical Places in 1971. The 2014-seat hall was designed by renowned Detroit architect C. Howard Crane, whose genius for theater design took him to cities around the nation, the building was constructed with superb acoustics. Crane also designed such Detroit landmarks as the Fox Theater, State Theater, and Detroit Opera House.
  • Home for the Holidays
    Bring the whole family to Detroit’s favorite holiday tradition. It's a winter wonderland of seasonal favorites. Don't miss this holiday music spectacular, performed by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, guaranteed to put you in the spirit of the season. This year, come Home for the Holidays.

Meadowbrook Theatre

$106.00

Various Dates

1 Day Trip

Featuring:

  • Kruse & Muer on Main (included lunch)
  • Meadowbrook Theatre
    As Michigan's largest producing professional theatre, Meadowbrook is committed to bringing the highest quality entertainment to Southeastern Michigan. Located on Oakland University’s campus in Rochester, Michigan.
  • Featuring "Birthday Club"
     Five women get together for their birthdays to drink, celebrate, commiserate and support each other as they negotiate through marriage, work, divorce, birth and kids, all while solving the problems of the world. One by one, they reveal their personal, work and family issues, and when one of them admits a surprising secret, the vodka hits the fan. The question is: Will Birthday Club survive, or will it end forever?