Every Wednesday throughout July and August, the Detroit Zoo will host its annual Wild Summer Nights concert series.
When you think of a heavy metal fan, what image comes to mind?
Spring is right around the corner and a number of bands have announced some big concert tours. Many of those tours will be making a stop in the Detroit area. Here are just a few of the most anticipated spring shows.
Award-Winning Comedian “Weird Al” Yankovic to perform at Detroit’s Fox Theatre on Cinco De Mayo (May 5). Tickets go on sale Saturday, January 14, at 10 a.m.
For many families, the holiday season isn’t complete without kicking up their heels with the Radio City Rockettes or hearing the live amped-up version of “Carol of the Bells” by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out this calendar of events at the Royal Oak Music Theatre.
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra is continuing its efforts to be one of the most accessible orchestras by presenting five free concerts through DSO Community Week from September 29 to October 2.
American songwriter Paul Simon has announced the first part of his fall “So Beautiful or So What” U.S. tour, which will include a stop at Detroit’s historic Fox Theatre in November. Tickets go on sale Friday.
Just days before the festival was set to begin, organizers of MI Fest announced one of their three performance stages is being eliminated, along with the nine bands scheduled to play on it.
The 2011 River Days Festival kicks off at 4 pm on Thursday, June 23 and runs through Sunday, June 26 along Detroit’s riverfront.