Palace of Auburn Hills
The Palace of Auburn Hills has seen nearly $40 million in upgrades and enhancements in the past four years, and will see additional improvement in coming years with new seats and concessions.
See Elsa, Anna and Olaf (of course!) in person and on skates this weekend.
Pop star Usher toured downtown Detroit Monday, and surprised some Quicken Loans employees with tickets to his show at The Palace of Auburn Hills.
Improved Wi-Fi, an enhanced mobile app for the Pistons and a new high-definition scoreboard are among $40 million in enhancements made to The Palace of Auburn Hills.
Palace Sports And Entertainment Completing Fourth And Final Stage Of $40 Miilion Renovation At The Palace Of Auburn Hills
The final phase, expected to be done by early November, will feature the installation of a new center court high-definition “Palace360” scoreboard system, upper-level endzone boards with game statistics, LED ribbon boards encircling the lower-level and upper-level fascia, arena tunnel entrance digital displays, and audio system enhancements.
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This week, the Pistons issued a statement saying they have no intention of moving into the new arena being built in Detroit.
The Palace of Auburn Hills has stood the test of time as a model, modern venue.
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey bring their latest show “Dragons” to the Palace of Auburn Hills this weekend.
Whether you’re seeing a rock star at the Palace or a smaller show downtown, read this list before the show to find great places to eat in the area.