BruceFest Homecoming will take place at the Masonic Temple in Detroit, Michigan. The Masonic Temple, built in the 1920’s, is the largest building of its kind in the world with lots of spooky twists and turns. George Mason’s unique design included three theaters, a Shrine building, the Chapel, eight lodge rooms, a 17,500 square foot drill hall, two ballrooms and way more, 1037 rooms total to be exact. Mason also incorporated the artistic conceptions of the sculptor, Corrado Parducci, in the building’s magnificent lobby, which was an adaptation of the interior of a castle he had visited in Palermo, Sicily. Parducci also designed light fixtures and chandeliers, decorative arches, medallions, plaster decorations, and a myriad of other artistic details that are unique to the many varied spaces in the building.