Detroit is home to some of world’s top music festivals in a range of genres.
Ferndale Blues & Music Festival: 10 Days – 20 Venues – 60 Concerts – 2 Charities
St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival is scheduled to make its U.S. debut – could you take a guess at which city it might be headed to? No, it’s not the “typical” cities, New York City or Los Angeles – they’ve chosen Detroit. St. Jerome’s annual Laneway Festival – that grew out of Australia and became one of the biggest musical festivals in the world – will celebrate this year here in Metro Detroit at the Meadow Brook Music Theater on Saturday, September 14th.
The Great Lakes Folk Festival in East Lansing on Sunday commemorates a trip that began in Detroit on Aug. 1, 1938, by 23-year-old Alan Lomax.
Detroit is hosting a unique music festival on Saturday, and it’s all for a good cause.
The Movement began in Detroit and the music continues playing on at Hart Plaza thru Monday night.
Detroit is the place to be for summer music festivals…and now, more than ever, if you’re a local artist! Check out our list below of some of the Detroit area’s music festivals (new and old) that are coming this summer – and including some of the terrific acts with Detroit ties.
They’re the perennial favorites of heavy rock fans everywhere and this summer, it looks like Metallica will land on Belle Isle as part of the Orion Music and More Festival.
Tens of thousands of jazz fans are expected to gather in Trenton’s Elizabeth Park this weekend for Wayne County’s annual Jazz on the River.
“Identity,” the touring all-electronic music festival, brings its beats to the DTE Energy Music Theatre Friday.