Group Events in Marine City
We’re so happy you’re considering historic Downtown Marine City for your group outing! With our riverfront location on an international shipping channel, guests can enjoy watching freighters while dining, shop our unique assortment of retail establishments and then take in a play or musical at one of RiverBank Theatre's two professional venues. Marine City, voted a top-10 day trip destination for Metro Detroit, is closer than you think - only 20 minutes from I-94 and 26 mile road. And once you get here, you'll feel as though you traveled all the way up north! Here is some information to get you started. Feel free to call the box office at 810-278-1749 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
Book 20 or more people and get $4 off per ticket + one free ticket for the group operator. We will hold seats for groups up to 2 weeks before a show opens. 2 weeks before it opens, we will require a final count and booking with a credit card or check. Refunds are not offered, but we'll be happy to exchange tickets to another available date in the same season. Feel free to call with any special seating requirements!
THINGS TO DO
Marine City has something to offer everyone - shopping, antiques, parks, museums, movie theaters, and more! A few of our favorites are listed below.Go to www.visitmarinecity.com to learn more and plan your itinerary!
ABOUT THE THEATERS
Riverbank Theatre, situated on the banks of the St. Clair River, boasts two professional theatrical venues. Riverbank with seating for 180 patrons and The Snug Theatre, which seats 98. In 2013 renovations began on the historic Marine Savings Bank building and converted it into the gorgeous 180-seat venue, Riverbank Theatre. The 1922 architectural gem, complete with two walk-in safe vaults (one serves as the coat closet) makes a beautiful and ornate theater and offers great acoustics for professional performances. The Snug, located two blocks north of Riverbank is equally charming, nestled in the heart of our historic shopping district. You can expect to see professionally produced comedic plays and classic musicals we all love.
Spend the day and see why this is one of the best new, old towns.
"We invited members of several area churches to see 'Godspell'. The reservation process was easy, and seeing the show together was a fun way to fellowship. Everyone was impressed with the energetic acting, singing, and staging, all in the intimate setting of a renovated bank! No city traffic, great restaurants nearby, and a fabulous view of the river made for an especially memorable outing."