The Motown Winter Blast is returning in 2011.  The 7th annual festival will come to Campus Martius Park the weekend of February 11th — featuring  fun, seasonal events that celebrated all things Detroit.

WWJ Newsradio 950 caught up with festival director, Jon Witz who talked about what attendees can expect at this year’s event.

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“So exciting to bring it back. On the weekend you can skate for free at Campus Martius park, the spectacular ice sculptures, the music, the snow-makers making snow for snowshoeing and dog sledding and the great musicians, the marshmallow roasting, it’s gonna be great,” Witz said.

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Three stages will host 50 local music acts — with the performers to be announced next month.

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Motown Winter Blast was originally developed to create an innovative backdrop for Super Bowl XL — the first-time event attracted more than 200,000 people to Campus Martius. The  2nd annual event attracted nearly 1 million guests.