This week’s lineup of events will take you through all of the highlights of the Detroit music scene, with classic rock ‘n’ roll, non-stop techno, and a revisited annual music festival.
15 local artists will play the tunes of 15 OTHER artists with Detroit ties this Saturday at the Magic Stick – what’s more Detroit Proud than that?
We know your time is precious – especially once the weekend arrives – so we did the work for you. We’ve built you a perfect weekend guide of CAN’T-MISS events in Detroit!
On December 5th, local buildOn student members are partnering up with local musicians to put on an Indie(PEN)dence Benefit Concert to benefit our global community. It’s sure to be a night filled with some of the most talented local indie bands, rocking out to raise money for a great goal.
This will be my second year participating in DETROIT by DETROIT, and I couldn’t be happier. Last year, I teamed up with my good friend Omar Aragones to cover Mayer Hawthorne. Omar and I decided to do something a bit different this year; we plan on covering Detroit artist Sixto Rodriguez.
Whether you’re seeing a rock star at the Palace or a smaller show downtown, read this list before the show to find great places to eat in the area.
Mittenfest fans, listen up: this year, the annual tradition that celebrates music, culture, and generates money for good cause has a new edition to the festivities: S’Mittenfest. The kickoff for the newest Detroit summer tradition will be headlined with 21 bands – 20 of which are from Michigan and 1 from Ohio – and all proceeds will go to help fund the non-profit organization 826 Michigan. Mittenfest, 826 Michigan’s winter festival, has been a successful 7-year running tradition in Detroit and has managed to raise over $75,000 in support of its free programs for school aged children.
CBS 62 recently had the chance to sit down with Jason Stollsteimer, front man for Detroit-area rockers The Hounds Below. Jason joins Mathew Hofman, Adam Padden, and Will Shattuck in a 4-piece line-up that produces catchy melodies, with toe-tapping beats – and they’ve quickly built quite a reputation both in the Detroit music scene, and on a national scale, as well.
Nightlife in Detroit for the under 21 crowd has never been easier to find. The city has many options, ranging from music venues to dance clubs, all available to those under 21.
Looking for some cool art or hot music in Detroit? Well, look no further — here’s a list of the best places in Detroit to take in underground music and art including St. Andrews Hall, PJ