Opened in September 2017 with six concerts by Detroit native Kid Rock, Little Caesars Arena is the new home of the Detroit Red Wings and Detroit Pistons. The facility, which cost $862 million and includes $324 million in public financing, is the anchor of The District Detroit mixed-use redevelopment of 50 downtown blocks. The District -- which already includes the Detroit Tigers' home field, Comerica Park, and Ford Field, home to the Detroit Lions -- will represent the greatest density of professional sports teams in one downtown core in the country.
2645 Woodward Avenue Detroit, MI 48201
Directions from the airport: Merge onto I-94 East toward Detroit. Stay on I-94 East for 15 miles. Take exit 213B for I-96 east toward Bridge to Canada. Continue on I-96 East for three miles. Take exit 50 toward Grand River Avenue. Continue straight on West Fisher Service Drive. Turn left onto Cass Avenue. The arena is located on the right between Henry Street and Sproat Street.
Numerous garages and surface lots are within a short walk of Little Caesars Arena, including the Little Caesars Arena Garage, which is connected to the arena.
Little Caesars Arena is served by public bus, the People Mover and the QLINE. Free shuttles are available from downtown Detroit bars and restaurants.