Looking for something to do this weekend in Metro Detroit? Here is a list of events!
Friday, Nov. 4:
Well Done Goods' Grand Opening Party: What happens when aliens crash-land in Detroit with a flying-saucer-load of designery favorites from the MoMA Store, a local screenprinting shop and the contents of a natural history museum's basement? We're not quite sure yet either, but you should find out on Friday, November 4th from 6-10pm at the Well Done Goods by Cyberoptix grand opening party!
Saturday, Nov. 5:
Detroit Bikes! Rock N Roll Never Forgets: Preservation Detroit has teamed up with Detroit Bikes! (the group, not the company) to offer bike tours in Detroit. Rides range from 14 to 24 miles, and can last 2-3 hours. For safety and liability reasons, we ask that you wear a helmet. We also suggest that you bring a spare tube, just in case!
The Halloween Hangover: We’re excited to announce the Halloween Hangover event at Atwater Brewery in Detroit. Let’s not pack away those costumes just yet and have a good time for a good cause. We’ll be raising funds for The Detroit Dog Rescue.
Detroit's Second Circus of Whiskers: Facial Hair Competition
FunkyRock&SoulStompParty: Mollywop brings its unique blend of hard driving rhythms and sweet vocal harmonies to the Northern Lights Lounge.
3rd Annual Chili Cookoff - Metro D Alarm Chili Challenge supporting the wife and babies of slain Detroit Police Capt. Ken Steil.
Art in the Market Tour - Eastern Market: Join us for a tour of Eastern Market, but this time it's not about the food. Murals in the Market from last year's Detroit Design Festival brought a colorful mix of new murals to compliment the existing murals.
Sunday, Nov. 6:
All Things Detroit: We’re back! All Things Detroit the event for small businesses and the only place where you can find Michigan’s best-kept secrets.
Music from the Trenches: CMSC and Michigan Opera Theatre present an exciting concert in advance of MOT’s upcoming production of Silent Night by Kevin Puts. The program will feature chamber music composed during WWI and works by Kevin Puts.
Lazer Lloyd at Callahan's Music Hall: Lazer Lloyd's live shows are legendary. Memories for a lifetime. Do not miss this breakout international artist at a classic intimate blues rock venue in Auburn Hills - Callahan's.
Detroit Veterans Day Parade: Join us in celebration and honor of our veterans. The day will be full of exciting events. There is no registration fee to participate in the parade.
Neil Berg’s 100 Years of Hollywood: Following the enthusiastic response to Neil Berg’s hit Broadway revue 100 Years of Broadway creator Neil Berg returns with an all new show, Neil Berg’s 100 Years of Hollywood, a musical revue of some of the greatest songs from Hollywood’s greatest movie musicals and classic films.