Celebrate in Style

Let’s make your special event a joyous, memorable occasion. Located in Downtown Saginaw, the Temple Theatre is one of the most sought-after venues in the Great Lakes Bay Region.

We have a range of spaces available, including the ballroom, banquet room, manager’s suite, lounge, and even the theatre itself.

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Rent the Grand Ballroom

Popular for weddings, banquets, and cocktail parties, the Grand Ballroom features an optional balcony for additional seating.

  • Square feet: 5,998 (4,258 without balcony)
  • Wedding/Banquet capacity: 270 (180 without balcony)
  • Cocktail capacity: 300 (200 without balcony)
  • Classroom capacity: 220 (150 without balcony)
  • Theatre Style capacity: 400 (300 without balcony)

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The ballroom features crystal chandeliers and a balcony with additional seating.

Rent the Temple Theatre

The historic Temple Theatre is a one-of-a-kind venue for live performances, meetings, and even wedding ceremonies. Featuring two balconies, the theatre can seat up to 1,750 guests, all of whom have a clear view of the 81-foot stage.

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Even from the back row of the 3rd balcony, the view inside the Temple Theatre is breathtaking.

Rent the Premier Room

  • Square feet: 3,480
  • Wedding/Banquet capacity: 150
  • Cocktail capacity: 200
  • Classroom capacity: 110
  • Theatre Style capacity: 300

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Rent the Leopard Lounge

  • Square feet: 2,976
  • Wedding/Banquet capacity: 140
  • Cocktail capacity: 125
  • Theatre Style capacity: 140

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The Leopard Lounge is a cool spot to host cocktail parties, receptions, and other special events.

Rent the Manager’s Suite

  • Square feet: 378
  • Dimensions: 18′ x 21′
  • Ceiling height: 9’6”
  • Banquet capacity: 15

Want to Learn More?

Contact us through the form below to discuss about your rental needs with a Temple Theatre representative.