Zac Brown Band announces two Michigan concerts after COVID battle forced postponement
PLEASANT, MI - A battle with COVID forced Zac Brown Band to postpone their last scheduled Michigan concert in 2021 at DTE Energy Music Theatre, now known as Pine Knob again. The group has not only rescheduled that concert, but has scheduled a second one for Michigan in 2022. The Grammy-winning band will bring their “Out in the Middle Tour” to Pine Knob Music Theatre on Friday, July 29 and to Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort on Saturday, July 30. This tour will take Zac Brown Band to some of the country’s most iconic venues like Fenway Park, Wrigley Field and the Hollywood Bowl. “Performing in front of millions of fans around the world is one of the most electrifying and humbling feelings,” said Brown.mlive.com
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I hope you had a great week and are looking forward to the weekend. Im heading up to DTE (will always be Pine Knob to me) tonight for the Hootie and the Blowfish concert. We were solving sinkhole problems on the east side of Detroit, working to help local business dealing with a construction nightmare on Liverois Avenue, and we showed you the biggest consumer complaints of 2018. Im happy to report action was taken to make her apartment safer. Have a great weekend -- maybe Ill see you at Pine Knob.
Ski, snowboarding resorts in Southeastern Michigan start-up season
DETROIT – After the last few nights of chilly weather, ski resorts in Southeast Michigan are poised to start the 2012/2013 ski season. Several local facilities announced they are open for business on Wednesday, some resorts are offering opening day discounts. The resort, located just off of I-75 in Groveland Township near Holly, reports that four runs and one lift are open. They have a snow base of 14-16 inches. Call 810-229-9581 for more informationLet it snow, let it snow, let it snow!