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What's New in Lansing, Michigan?



Michigan’s capital city of Lansing makes the perfect weekend getaway. This city with a metro population of half a million has a warm and inviting small town community welcome to all. With touring Broadway shows, indoor entertainment centers and outdoor recreational options, year-round festivals and cultural events, Lansing makes a great choice for a Michigan destination. Take a look at some great new opportunities in the city.


Grewal Hall at 224 - This new music venue in the heart of downtown Lansing brings in touring acts from around the country. Originally built in 1926, Grewal Hall at 224 has been transformed into a premiere event space like no other in Lansing. As guests enter the main hall they are greeted with an open-architecture ceiling and exposed steel trusses. Enjoy the two floors of entertaining space with a second-floor mezzanine that overlooks the open-concept main floor.


The Exchange of Lansing - This is Downtown Lansing's newest LGBTQIA+ bar featuring food from Veg Head, a plant-based restaurant located a few blocks away on Washington Square. 21+ with cover charge nightly. Check Facebook for special events such as drag shows, and DJ parties.


Red Cedar Development - Located just west of Michigan State University, the Red Cedar Development has changed the landscape of Michigan Avenue. Find co-joined AC Hotel by Marriott and Hyatt House along with upscale Toscana Kitchen & Wine Market, where you can indulge in an enticing blend of premium steaks and authentic Italian dishes. In the same complex find Old Bag of Nails, well known for their fish and chips and Hooked which combines everything you love about books, wine and coffee.


When you Choose Lansing you can plan on something Greater!


Photo Above: Toscana Kitchen & Wine, Credit: Andrew Schmidt

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