Q: Will concerts be held this summer at the Aretha?
A: Yes, there will be concerts for the 2022 season. Please check theAretha.com and our social media channels for show announcements.
Q: What is your COVID-19 Policy?
A: Effective July 1, 2021 the State of Michigan mandate requiring masks for outdoor venues has been removed. However, in keeping the Aretha a safe space please wear a mask if you are not fully vaccinated. To date, we are not asking for proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test result to attend shows.
**All Shows are subject to change based on State of Michigan Covid-19 Guidelines. Please continue to check our website www.thearetha.com for up to date information.
Q: Where can I purchase tickets to shows?
A: Tickets for shows at the Aretha can be purchased at the Aretha Box Office, online via our website or on ticketmaster.com. Tickets purchased at our box office will incur a $4 facility fee per ticket.
Q: What are the Box Office Hours?
A: During the spring/summer season, the Aretha Box office is open Monday through Friday from 10am – 6pm and Saturday from 11am – 3pm.
Q: Are shows canceled due to rain or inclement weather?
A: All shows at The Aretha are rain or shine events. Shows are rarely canceled or postponed due to inclement weather.
Q: What is your Refund Policy?
A: All sales are final. Refunds are available for rescheduled or canceled shows through the ticket purchasers’ original point of purchase. Please keep in mind that support acts and show times are subject to change at any time and this does not warrant a refund.
Ticketmaster: If you purchased from Ticketmaster, please visit them at www.ticketmaster.com. Please note that due to the national level of event changes, there may be a delayed response however their website has specific information to provide assistance.
Q: I would like to host an event at the Aretha Franklin Amphitheatre, who do I contact?
A: For rental inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Someone will contact you within 48 hours.
Q: Is the Aretha Franklin Amphitheatre Handicap Accessible?
A: Yes, the Aretha Franklin Amphitheatre is Handicap Accessible. The West Gate Entrance is the best entrance for easy accessibility.
Q: What is allowed/not allowed inside the venue if you have purchased lawn seats?
A: Foldable chairs are allowed. However, the chair must be visible. Blankets are allowed. No food or beverage of any kind is allowed.
Q: What items are PROHIBITED inside the venue?
A: no large bags
no outside food/beverage
no boomboxes/bluetooth speakers
no sharp accessories
Q: Where is the Aretha Franklin Amphitheatre located and is there parking?
A: The Aretha Franklin Amphitheatre is located along the Detroit River less than 1 mile east of the Renaissance Center. Take East Jefferson to Chene Street and head towards the riverfront. The Aretha Franklin Amphitheatre is ahead about 3 blocks. Well-lighted parking is available on the grounds.
Q: How can I get a job at The Aretha?
A: If you’re interested in working at The Aretha please send an email to email@example.com