Eastown Theatre, Detroit, Mich.
Opened in 1930 as a cinema, Detroit’s Eastown Theatre moved on to host rock giants like Pink Floyd, the Grateful Dead and Jefferson Airplane until it was shut down in 1973. From 1975 to the mid-90′s the theatre had many lives — hosting everything from jazz concerts and live theater to adult films, church services and raves. It has been unused since the 1990′s and has since fallen into disrepair.
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