Grewal Hall reintroduces itself to Lansing residents at Silver Bells open house
About 50,000 people joined in the streets of downtown Lansing on Nov. 17 for the 30th annual Silver Bells in the City. While the tree lighting and parade celebrated, the newly opened music venue Grewal Hall decided to join in the festivities with a holiday open house.
“When I realized the parade route goes right by our front door, I was like, ‘Hey come on in get a hot chocolate, check out the room,’ and hopefully people will go, ‘Wow I didn’t know anything about this.’ Maybe they’ll come back for a show, for a night out,” Kevin Meyer, co-owner of Grewal Hall, said.
The Venue opened its doors for shows officially in early October after a few construction setbacks in the summer led to the cancelation of their first few planned shows. Now with 13 shows under their belts, the five co-owners decided an open house was a good way to reintroduce Grewal Hall to the public. The open house was open from 5–9 p.m., giving people in town plenty of time to stop in and see the highly anticipated music hall.