Quality Inn Grand Rapids North
2171 Holton Court NW
Walker, MI 49544
Phone: (616) 791-8500
Fax: (616) 791-8630
2171 Holton Court NW, Walker, MI, US, 49544
- Phone: (616) 791-8500
- Fax: (616) 791-8630
The DeltaPlex Entertainment & Expo Center is one of the finest locations to catch the best of events in Grand Rapids. It is also the perfect location to host any private or official function. Concerts, trade fairs, conventions, exhibitions, and even professional boxing matches are held here. The Turner Arena, the West River Hall, the Hillside Hall, and the Walker Ballroom are the four venues within the complex. For further information about tickets and bookings check the website.
The park gets its name from the owners - Fifth Third Bank. Located in the suburbs of Comstock Park, it is home to the West Michigan Whitecaps. The concourse, which overlooks the field, is loaded with a variety of concession stands. The food selection is amazing. Live bands accompany the team and sometimes perform, which makes for a lively atmosphere.
The Class A affiliate of the Detroit Tigers, this baseball team plays fun and exciting games from April through September. Home games are played at Fifth Third Park, in Comstock Park, Michigan.
Founded in 1883, the Schuber Male Chorus is considered to be the oldest independent continuing male chorus in America. This fifty member chorus performs a variety of music including show tunes, traditional, classical, sacred, contemporary, and American songs in its main concert and other performances throughout the year.
Seating over 2400, the DeVos Performance Hall features concerts, comedians, and family entertainment. Located inside the DeVos Place, this venue is home to The Grand Rapids Symphony and The Grand Rapids Ballet Company. Entertainers include talents as diverse as The Moody Blues, Jerry Seinfeld, and Sesame Street Live. For information on upcoming shows, visit their website.
This venue is Grand Rapid's premier performing arts facility. It is home to the Symphony, Ballet, Opera, and Broadway Theatre Guild.
Rosa Parks Circle was designed by Maya Lin, the designer of the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial in Washington, D.C. In the summer, the Circle serves as a 13,000-square-foot amphitheater for festivals and concerts, and in the winter Rosa Parks Circle is converted into an ice skating rink.
Enjoy award-winning musicals, comedies, dances, dramas, and touring Broadway productions at this theatre.
This professional theatre presents five main stage and two children's shows from May through September. They also present a school and family series.
Named in honor of its largest benefactors Jay and Betty Van Andel, this $75 million dollar venue features family shows, concerts, and sporting events. Seating over 12,000, the Van Andel Arena presents acts such as Disney on Ice, Kid Rock, and the NCAA Hockey Regional Finals. Van Andel Arena is an important business magnet. By hosting trade shows, conventions, and conferences the Arena is helping to revitalize the entire Grand Rapids region.
This venue, built in the 1960s, hosts important business conferences and meetings. The center offers a choice of several spacious rooms, which are often used for lectures, fundraisers and banquets. Award ceremonies, such as the Michigan In-dustrial Education Awards, are often held here. People also visit the establishment for an occasional music concert. For booking dates and other information call for details.
The second largest community theatre in the US, this theatre company is located in a historic landmark building. They present eight main stage productions annually including musicals, comedies, dramas, and children's theatre.