It was just thirty three years ago today, that Sting did the first concert at the Palace of Auburn, which at the time was a state of the art arena that opened less than a decade after the legendary Olympia closed in Detroit, and a few years after the Joe Louis Arena opened up.
The Palace of Auburn Hills long history of presenting concerts comes to an end on September 23, with Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band. This will be the 17th show for Bob at The Palace and with a sellout, it will set the record for the most at the venue.
Last night was the final game for the Detroit Pistons at the Palace of Auburn Hills. DP fans will soon be heading to Detroit to see the team play in their soon to be new home - Little Caesars Arena. Fans took to the Palace one last time to watch the game, share memories, say good bye.
Check out video of Bob Seger joining Bruce Springstein and the E Street Band Thursday night on “10th Avenue Freeze-Out” and “Shout” after being waved-up and handed a tambourine by Steven Van Zandt.
In the latest in a string of setbacks for AC/DC, Brian Johnson has been advised by doctors to "stop touring immediately or risk total hearing loss." The band is being forced to reschedule 10 upcoming US tour dates in their 'Rock Or Bust' World Tour including The Palace on March 20.
Sting & Peter Gabriel bring Rock Paper Scissors to The Palace on Thursday, June 30.Tickets go on sale Monday, February 1 at 10 a.m.
Two of music’s most iconic artists – Sting and Peter Gabriel - will unite this summer for a once in a lifetime concert tour.