Palace of Auburn Hills To Close After Seger Show

Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band’s performance on Sept. 23 at

Bob Seger
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– Bob Seger
The Palace Of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, Mich.

Palace Sports & Entertainment said “no decisions or timetable regarding future plans for the building or the property have been made at this time,” though a number of options are expected to be available.

The only other show on the books for the Palace is the Soul2Soul II tour with Tim McGraw and Faith Hill on Sept. 8.

The venue opened with a concert from Sting in 1988 and was named Pollstar’s Arena of the Year in 1992.  Over the years it has been the home of the NBA’s Pistons, the WNBA’s Shock, the AFL’s Fury and a number of other sports teams.

The venue’s last five shows were Bruno Mars, Roger Waters, Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole and the

Tickets for the Seger show are on sale now. He still has 24 shows on the books in total, including a performance in Toledo, Ohio’s

Fans are invited to share their memories of the Palace by utilizing the hashtag #MyPalaceMemory.

For our records on The Palace of Auburn Hills and its remaining schedule, head over to its Pollstar venue page.