Venues and Campus Maps
The safety and well-being of our students, employees, volunteers, guests, and the entire Interlochen community is always our first priority.
Due to COVID-19, Interlochen Center for the Arts' campus is currently closed and all on-campus performances are suspended. To learn more about Interlochen's response to COVID-19, please visit our COVID-19 guide for the Interlochen community page.
Please stay healthy and safe. We look forward to the day when we can safely welcome you back to our campus. In the meantime, learn more about our performance venues and acquaint yourself with our campus.
Our open-sided amphitheater on the shores of Green Lake hosts some of the biggest names during our summer concert series—the Interlochen Arts Festival—and seats nearly 4,000. Our new security measures ensure patrons, guest artists, and the Interlochen community are safe for a more enjoyable experience.
Built in 1928, the historic Interlochen Bowl serves as a rehearsal and performance venue during the summer months. Most notably, the Bowl hosts the beautiful and moving performance "Les Préludes," which is the traditional conclusion to each Interlochen Arts Camp session. It includes both chair and lawn seating.
Our beautiful indoor auditorium seats nearly 1,000. It hosts student dance, theatre, and music performances—and dozens of acclaimed guests artists each year.
The Upton-Morley Pavilion hosts the annual Interlochen Shakespeare Festival, up-and-coming guest artists, and many summer student performances.
The Dendrinos Chapel and Recital Hall is the perfect place for more intimate performances, such as student, faculty, and guest artists recitals. It is also home to Interlochen's 50-rank Reuter pipe organ, which was restored and rededicated in 2006.
The Harvey Theatre is a 173-seat modern theatre equipped with a custom-built cable grid lighting system and is home to many of our student theatre productions.
The 170-seat Phoenix Theatre is a black box theatre used for classes, rehearsals, and student performances.