The Intersection in Grand Rapids has been successfully showcasing live music and entertainment to the city and surrounding communities for more than 38 years. Originally located on Wealthy Street, The Intersection now resides Downtown Grand Rapids at 133 Grandville Ave. Serving as a hub for local and national bands and entertainment, The Intersection fits the mold of a nightclub, concert venue, and bar all in one. In fact, according to their website, The Intersection is a place where “you can enjoy a cool drink during Happy Hour, an intimate concert in the front lounge, or a quality night of entertainment in the Showroom.”
The front lounge of The Intersection holds a capacity of 400 people, which aims to feature smaller concerts and entertainment. On the other hand, the main showroom holds a capacity of 835 people. In fact, pending finalization and approvals from the city, The Intersection is planning a new building that will cater to at least a capacity of 1,500 people in their showroom.
One of the great things about The Intersection is that they host such a variety of bands and entertainment. Those bands have included very well-known groups, as well as locals who are just getting their start. Additionally, The Intersection has shows many days of the week instead of only the weekends. For example, some of the scheduled shows for the month of November include (but are not limited to):
-Panic! at the Disco on Saturday November 5th
-Reba McIntire After Party on Thursday November 10th
-Edwin McCain on Wednesday November 16th
-Owl City on Friday November 18th
-And Many More!
The Intersection’s different policies and procedures are extremely user-friendly as well. Ticket sales being a prime example of this, one can purchase tickets for the shows at The Intersection in a number of different places. Tickets for upcoming shows at The Intersection are available at:
-The Intersection Box Office (Monday-Friday, 2pm-6pm)
-By phone: 1-800-514-ETIX (3849)
-Visiting: Purple East (250 Ionia SW), Shakedown Street (670 Leonard Street NW), or Vertigo Music (129 Division Ave S)
Whether you want to check out nationally-known bands when they cruise through town, or support the local Michigan-based musicians. The Intersection supports both ends of the spectrum with everything in between. Check out the venue calendar today to plan your next concert experience at The Intersection! ~Kristin M. Coppens, Regional Director