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Comerica Park

2100 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, MI, 48201
Maps and Driving
Distance From Downtown Detroit: 1 miles
Distance From Detroit Metro Airport: 20 miles

Phone: 313-471-2283
Website: http://olympiaentertainment.com

New home of the Detroit Tigers. State-of-the-art facility hosts ball games, concerts, and private events. Numerous locations and suites available with endless entertainment opportunities.

Total Room Count: 4
Number Of Meeting Rooms: 4
Largest Banquet Capacity Seating: 500
Largest Reception Capacity: 1000

Comerica Park
 Meeting RoomsBanquetClassConferenceReceptionTheaterStageHeight 
 Tiger Club500--1000--- 
 Tiger Den200--400--- 
 Beer Hal200--400--- 
 Brushfire Grill300--500--- 
 

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Dates: 07/23/2016 - 07/23/2016
Hours: 7 p.m.
http://joelosteen.com
Join ministers Joel and Victoria Osteen for their 8th Annual America's Night of Hope, an evening of hope and inspiration expected to draw tens of thousands from across the country. An important part of the activities surrounding this year’s “America’s Night of Hope” is the Generation Hope Project®, an outreach ministry that will reach into Detroit’s local community with volunteers from across the region to bring hope through acts of kindness and compassion. Ministry volunteers will be working with organizations such as Forgotten Harvest, S.A.Y. Detroit Play Center, and Habitat for Humanity Detroit on multiple volunteer projects and events over two days before the big event at Comerica Park. Those wanting to volunteer can visit GenerationHopeProject.com. Over a hundred thousand people fill arenas and stadiums across America each year to hear Pastor Joel and Victoria Osteen while millions more tune in from around the world online and on SiriusXM radio. Voices of hope for a new generation, the Osteen’s appeal is universal, allowing them to crossover to audiences that are diverse racially, politically and socioeconomically. Aside from their annual stadium events, they’ve attracted over a million attendees to smaller-scale Night of Hope events since 2004.