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9 things to do in Metro Detroit this weekend

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DETROIT – Here's what is going on around Metro Detroit this weekend!

Friday, Sept. 9:

Great Lakes Comic-Con: The Great Lakes Comic-Con, or GLCC, is a comic, toy, and collectible event that runs annually in the Metro-Detroit Area (Michigan). 

Travis Scott Mr. Carmack Sonny Digital Kamaiyah TM88 & More: A serious lineup featuring the future of hip hop Mc’s and party rockers happening at an industrial park turned concert venue.

Cirkus in Detroit: Welcome to the tiny cabaret! A 60 seat fully equipped circus tent is BACK IN DETROIT!!! This adults only show is coming direct from Cleveland Ohio with top notch performers from Detroit, Chicago, and even the Ukraine! 

Arts & Apples Festival: For 50 years, the Art & Apples Festival® has transformed the 30-acre Rochester Park into one of the nation’s top fine art fairs with over 290 exhibiting artists from across the country.

Saturday, Sept. 10:

Motor City Haunt Club's 11th Annual Haunted Garage Sale: Masks, Costumes, Collectibles, Oddities, Props, Decorations, Animations, Wearables, Art, and So Much More! Expect a ton of tables to be filled with all sorts of Halloween and Haunt related treasures. There will be a large variety of vendors on hand offering handmade, new and used goods to haunt your home, decorate for your Halloween bash, or add to your existing collection. 

Dally in the Alley: The Dally in the Alley street fair returns to Detroit's Cass Corridor Saturday for the 39th year.

27th Annual Historic Indian Village Yard Sale: If you tremble with excitement at the thought of exploring Detroit’s beautiful old mansions, then this neighborhood-wide garage sale is for you. Now, we’re not saying you’re going to get to barge into every house that’s selling old stuff in their driveway, but you’ll get a closer look at these character-filled homes than you otherwise would. Plus, you know the people who live their have a ton of awesome old stuff to get rid of. 

Old Car Festival: Rev it up with hundreds of authentic vehicles from the 1890s through 1932 at America’s longest-running antique car show. Open 'til 9pm on Saturday night!

Sunday, Sept. 11:

University District Home Tour: We’re showing off our family-friendly, elegant Detroit neighborhood once again, on Sunday, September 11, 2016, from 10 am to 5 pm


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