Royal Oak Music City: February

Built in 1928, the Royal Oak Music Theatre started out as a grand movie house typical of its era. Though it still hosts the occasional movie, the Royal Oak Music Theatre is now known for much, much more. Comedy nights, private parties, heck, even boxing routinely draws big crowds. What it’s really known for, though, is all in the name. Let’s take a look at what will have concert-goers lining up on 4th Street and wrapping around the block this February.


Friday, February 1

Lotus with special guests Moon Hooch

Doors 8pm, Ages 16 and Up

Tickets $22 ($25 Day of Show)

Saturday, February 2

Doctor P with special guests Bro Safari, Torro Torro and Mayhem

Doors 8pm, Ages 16 & Up Welcome

Tickets $30 ($35 Day of Show)

Friday, February 8

Nick Offerman

Doors 8pm, Ages 18 & Up Welcome

Seated Reserved Tickets $25 ($30 Day of Show)

Saturday, February 9

Big Gigantic

Doors 8pm, Ages 16 & Up

GA Tickets $25 ($30 Day of Show)

Friday, February 15

Jim Jefferies

Doors 8pm, All Ages Welcome

Reserved Tickets $29.50

Friday, February 22

Ghost Hunters Live – An Evening with Jason Hawes & Steve Gonsalves of the SyFy Channel’s hit show!

Doors 8pm, All Ages Welcome

Reserved Tickets $35 ($40 Day of Show), Reserved Tickets with VIP M&G $125

Saturday, February 23

Cinematic Titanic – from the cast and creators of Mystery Science Theater 3000

Two Shows: 7pm and 10pm, All Ages Welcome

Tickets $35, or $50 for a Double Feature

Thursday, February 28

Pentatonix – Vocal sensations and winners of season 3 of NBC’s The Sing-Off

Doors 7pm, All Ages Welcome

GA Tickets $25 ($30 Day of Show)

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Mike G

Mike G

Mike G is a songwriter and local musician, freelance writer, baseball enthusiast, lover of travel, and a terrible mechanic. When MJ graduated from Central Michigan University with a degree in Creative Writing, he was immediately barraged with 'questions' of "What are you gonna do, teach?" He is determined to not get a job teaching. So far, so good. With music, MJ's traveled the country touring on his songs. Having spent time in places from Chicago to Seattle, LA to New Orleans, and Nashville to NYC, he is convinced that Detroit and its 'burbs have the the highest concentration of 'native' songwriting talent anywhere. Eat it, New York. You too, LA. MJ started writing for the Urbane Life in the summer of 2011. He also writes for a handful of other websites as well as an immigration lawyer. He used to work in a publishing house. He's glad he's out.