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30 January 2022

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20 Monroe Live is a concert venue and event space located in downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan. The venue is named for its location at 20 Monroe Avenue NW, the former site of the Pantlind Hotel. The venue was developed by Venue Real Estate Group and designed by architect Tony Perez.

In addition to the main performance area, there is also a VIP lounge with a separate bar and its own restrooms. The lounge provides an elevated view of the stage and includes a private balcony that overlooks the venue. Food kiosks are located on the ground floor serving pizza, burgers and salads. In addition to beer and wine, there is a full-service bar located on the balcony level that serves premium cocktails made with local spirits.

The venue is part of a larger development project on Monroe Avenue between Pearl Street and Michigan Street that includes residential units, retail shops and office space.

The venue plays host to many different local and national acts including: Dave Matthews Band, Anderson .Paak, The Chainsmokers, Britney Spears, Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band, Kendrick Lamar, KISS and many more.


Grand Rapids has a long history of live entertainment venues and music halls, beginning with Lyceum Hall (1853), Steketee's Music Hall (1875), National Theatre (1901), Pantlind Ballroom (1926), Civic Theatre (1931), Civic Auditorium (1959) and DeVos Performance Hall (1980). A number of local bands gained national recognition in the 1980s, including The Verve Pipe, which signed a major-label deal with RCA Records in 1996.

The city has had difficulty maintaining live music venues since the closing of The Orbit Room in 1998 due to financial difficulties. Since then, several other venues have closed or changed hands including the 50 Monroe building, which opened as an entertainment venue in 2003 but closed five years later due to low attendance and a lack of parking nearby.

The building was originally built in 1922 as a historic hotel, then renovated into offices and a restaurant before being purchased by AEG to be turned into 20 Monroe Live.