DTE Royal Memberships
Royal Members receive the best benefits, as a DTE Royal member, you will have unparalleled access to premium amenities.
Please note: At this time, Royal season sales are no longer available. We are now accepting deposits for membership for the 2022 season. Click here for more information.
EXCLUSIVE BENEFITS INCLUDE
As a Royal Member, you never have to worry about missing your favorite artists at DTE Energy Music Theatre. Even if a show is sold out, you have access to every show in the season lineup!
Ivy Lounge Access
Exclusive to our Royal Members and renovated in our extended off season. The Ivy Lounge is available to members-only for all shows as well as after parties for select shows! Enjoy a direct entrance into the lounge, private restrooms, great food and premium beverages in a comfortable, exciting atmosphere.
Farm Bureau VIP Parking
Includes one VIP parking pass for every two seats purchased. Royal members receive parking access in the Farm Bureau VIP lot closest to the venue doors.
Avoid the lines by entering the venue through the private members-only entrance.
Away from the crowds, Ivy Lounge members have access to private restrooms within the lounge.
Pre-sale Access To Other Events
Be among the few who have unique presale access to great events at our other 313 Presents venues, including Little Caesars Arena, Comerica Park, the Fox Theatre and more!
For more information about a DTE Energy Music Theatre Royal Season Membership, please submit the form below to be contacted by a 313 presents representative or call 313-471-7313
Recap of the 2019 Summer Concert Season
The 2019 summer concert season at DTE Energy Music Theatre showcased the music industry’s top touring acts to perform at the FIRST most attended amphitheatre in the U.S. and world.
The schedule hosted 25 sold out shows, highlighted by four multiple-date performers, the most since it hosted four in 2004. Detroit native and Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Bob Seger was honored in June with the official street renaming to 33 Bob Seger Drive prior to his six sold out dates as part of his final “Roll Me Away Tour.” Country duo Florida Georgia Line performed two sold-out shows, Kid Rock sold out four nights during back-to-back weekends, and Jason Aldean closed out the summer season with back-to-back dates. Other highlights at DTE included the return of 99.5 WYCD Hoedown headlined by Brantley Gilbert and a surprise appearance from country superstar Garth Brooks, while Hootie & The Blowfish returned to the DTE stage for the first time since September 2007 following a 10+ year break. Luke Combs and Thomas Rhett made headline debuts to capacity crowds, and Jimmy Buffett had Parrotheads soaking in the full Margaritaville experience.