Not only is Detroit a hotspot for piano bars, but music lovers can even find different styles of venues, ranging from classic pianists to lively dueling pianos.
The Downtown Hoedown is moving to Comerica Park this year and will be held in June 8, 9, and 10. The festival boast one of the Summer’s largest musical lineups on three stages.
There are a variety of events that celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Southwest Detroit. The Mexicantown area features special entertainment throughout the holiday.
Blues and jazz continue to play a key role in the musical history of the Detroit area, even as other music takes over the mainstream scene. The downtown area’s fabulous blues clubs bring the best of the genre to life on their stages night after night with the best atmosphere for rich, bluesy tunes and a great time.
Where can you find the best music in town? A Jukebox. Detroit has an array of jukebox bars that rival that of any city.
The Detroit Music Awards will take place on Friday, April 27 at the Fillmore Detroit honoring the best of Detroit’s musical community with 70 awards spread across ten categories.
The Detroit area has plenty of options for those looking to participate in all of the Irish festivities.
This year Valentine’s Day comes on a Tuesday but just because it comes on a weekday does not mean that there is any lack of things to do to celebrate the day in the Detroit area.
Grab your boots and hat and check out the city’s best country music and line dancing establishments.
Detroit has some of the best places to experience live music, like The Fillmore, the Emerald Ballroom, and more.