• New Venue Spotlight: 20 Monroe Live

     
    POSTED June 13, 2017
     
  • New Venue Spotlight: 20 Monroe Live

     
    POSTED June 13, 2017
     

20 Monroe Live brings an extra dose of urban sophistication to downtown Grand Rapids.

The sleek new space, which opened Feb. 1 and is owned and operated by House of Blues Entertainment, will allow planners to create surprising, dynamic and memorable events for crowds of up to 2,600.

The look of the space is inspired by the beautiful art deco clubs and theaters of years past, according to Lindsay Lerette, director of sales for this versatile, state-of-the-art live-music venue. Event planners will appreciate the interior’s plush red seats, vintageinspired lighting fixtures and golden curtains, all theatrically lit from above. 

“The flexibility of our moveable and scalable stage helps create more intimate experiences and the ability to accommodate a wide variety of events,” Lerette says. 

Indeed, the main floor offers a blank canvas for a wide range of layouts and interactive entertainment options. The upper level features a swanky VIP room, the Vanguard, which includes a private bar for up to 75 guests, an open-air patio, a four-season beer garden and, of course, access to the very best seats in the house. 

No music club would be complete without an incredible sound and lighting system, and 20 Monroe Live delivers. The venue is already attract - ing some big names to Grand Rapids. Young the Giant and The Verve Pipe have already staged con - certs here, and Peter Frampton and The Flaming Lips took the stage in April. 

Since the staff expertly handles entertainers like these on a regular basis, you can rest easy knowing that your sound, lighting and event production all will work in perfect harmony.

Lansing isn't just the capital of Michigan, but it’s also the central hub for the entire state—literally; it’s located within 90 minutes of 90 percent of the state’s population, making it both eventful and accessible for groups located throughout the state.

 

East Lake Harriet’s newest meeting space offers a homey neighborhood spot for all types of events.

 

The bounty will be featured in a plant-based tasting menu and in housemade teas.