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Mar 27 / Sonali Patel

Warrior Weekend – Spring is Here!

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Happy Spring! I hope you get a chance to attend one or more of this weekend’s events, because they’re some of the city’s best! (Sorry there aren’t any Friday events.. check out past posts for some general places/things to do!)

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Venus Rising Art Exhibition

Saturday, 7-11pm –> Tangent Gallery; 715 E Milwaukee, Detroit 48202 (18+)

Venus Rising is an all women art exhibition featuring all forms of art, from poetry to performance art to photography. Tickets are $7 at the door and 25% of the proceeds go to Alternatives for Girls (how awesome is that!)! Along with mingling and looking at the art, there will be live performances, such as body painting! Have fun and donate to a good cause!

 

 

Slow Roll Season Opener!

Sunday, 12pm –> Eastern Market, Shed 2

IT’S BACK! You’re favorite part of summer is here. The Slow Roll is back, and of course bigger than ever. Instead of the Monday evening stroll, the season opener will be Sunday afternoon. So dust off your bike and come out for the first ride of the year!

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Sunday, 12-6pm –> Eastern Market, Shed 3

After you finish up with the Slow Roll head back to Eastern Market for All Things Detroit. Come check out 75+ local vendors, live performances, and yummy foods! It’s the perfect outdoor/indoor event to kick off the spring!

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Detroit SOUP

Sunday, 6-9pm –> 2900 E Grand Blvd, Detroit 48202

Another month, another SOUP! If you haven’t heard me rant about it before, it’s easy! $5 for a portion of soup and a vote! Listen to locals talk about their projects, and at the end vote on which you like the best. Winner takes home the proceeds. Such an cool grass roots funder. So stop by for a bowl of soup and a vote!

Mar 13 / Sonali Patel

Warrior Weekend – Happy St. Patty’s Day!

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day! (Hopefully the Irish luck will cancel out the bad luck from Friday the 13th!) Have fun this weekend, enjoy the warm weather, and be safe!

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Friday, March 13th – 8am-7pm ; 123 Monroe St.  

D:Hive is no more, but no worries! The Detroit Experience factory combined with Build Institute is the new D:Hive. The Factory focuses on being the welcome center for the City. Soo, stop by today for the Grand Opening! Check out what they have to offer and they’re new programs. Did I mention there’ll be free food? :-)

 

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Friday, March 13 – St. Andrews

Celebrate 313 Day with some of Detroit’s best hip-hop artists. (March 13th = 3/13 = 313 Day!) The newly famous Dej Loaf will be performing along with many other talented artists. Tickets are $20.

 

 

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Corktown’s St. Patty’s Day Race/Parade

Sunday, March 15 – 10am/12pm

Put on your best green and come out to celebrate some Irish(ish) culture! If you’re in the mood, run the 5k before the parade with over 10,000 others. Be sure to dress up for the run too! Stay around for the parade, which kicks off at noon. Last years parade was freezing, but thank Mother Nature for reasonable temperatures this year!

Can’t/don’t feel like coming out for the parade? No problem. Wear your green at home and grab a brew and watch the parade at LiveDetroit.tv – they’ll be live streaming the parade from PJ’s Lager House in Corktown!

 

Remember to enjoy the weather and be safe this weekend!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mar 6 / Sonali Patel

Warrior Weekend – Happy March!

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Happy March! Take a deep breath and inhale the 45 degree weather this weekend and exhale the snow and 20 degree weather from last week!

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Hamtramck Music Festival

I’ve never blogged about a non-Detroit event, and I contemplated it for a while, but I couldn’t help but share! This weekend is the second annual Hamtramck Music Festival! Hamtramck’s best bars and venues are filled with live performers night and day, and it’s only $10 for a wristband that gets you into everywhere. Most venues are 18+, but some are 21+. With the warmish weather, it’ll be perfect to roam concert to concert all weekend! Get more info and tickets here! 

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2015 Mix & Mash Weekend

Don’t feel like roaming Hamtramck? No problem. Hopcat is offering a weekend of awesome DJs. Buy a wristband for $20 for one night or $30 for both nights and enjoy the sounds of some creative DJs. Get your tickets and more here! 

Need more?

This week is a little slow in special events, but there’s no reason you can’t take advantage of the Detroity things that are here every day. It’s the first warm weekend all year – enjoy a walk on the river, or grab a coffee from Roasting Plant (not Starbucks) and chill out at Campus Martius downtown. Or revisit your favorite little stores on Cass Ave. Or check out one (or more) of the Free Press’ top 10 New Restaurants of the Year! Or did you hear about the new record store Paramita Sound? Go listen to some cool music and pick out your fav record to hang on your wall (if you don’t have a record player). Whatever you do this weekend, don’t do nothing! Because you have no excuse to enjoy the 45 degree weather!

Feb 13 / Sonali Patel

Warrior Weekend – Happy Valentine’s Day!

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Happy Love Day! Whether you’re single, taken, hate Valentine’s Day, love Valentine’s Day, or don’t care, check out some of the things happening around town this weekend!

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Don’t feel like being outside this weekend? Don’t want to brave the movie theaters filled with people going to see 50 Shades of Grey? No problem! This is one of my favorite events all year (even though I’ve only been once). The Oscars are held at the end of February every year, and the DIA offers an awesome chance to catch some of the best films of the year! No, not the blockbusters. Instead, every weekend in February the DIA gives you the chance to see both the animated and live action Oscar nominated short films. I know, short films might sound lame to you.. but I promise, they’re not! The best part about short films is that they pack a whole story in a quarter amount of the time as a real movie, so they tend to be more interesting. Also, the nominated films tend to vary. You’ll laugh, cry, and feel tons of other emotions in the short two hours. SO, if you needlast minute plans. I DEFINITELY recommend checking out the DIA! Tickets and info about the films here!

Run!

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Saturday, 10am – Hamtramck

I normally only stick to Detroit events, but we all love Paczki Day! To celebrate, Tour de Troit is hosting a 5k Packzi Run, which ends with paczki’s for the tired runners! It’s not too late to register, check here! 

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Saturday, 12pm – The Fillmore

The Undie run is a 1.5 mile run/party that’s hosted to raise money for The Children’s Tumor Foundation. Runners are encouraged to run in their undies, but NOT mandatory. Do what makes you comfortable! There will be a pre/post party inside the Fillmore. Register here! 

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Build Bazaar

Saturday, 11-4pm – Cafe Con Leche Nord

Need a last minute Valentine’s gift for someone? Want to treat your self, like you should? Just interested in some unique crafts and goods? Then Build Bazaar has you covered! The bazaar will host over 15 vendors with a diverse array of goods – the perfect pit stop for last minute gifts!

 

 

 

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Sunday, 5-11pm – Ford Field

If you’ve been reading this blog, you probably already know how much I love Detroit SOUP. If you haven’t been reading this blog, then let me tell you. Detroit SOUP is a non-profit that started off with a brilliant, simple idea to support small local organizations doing good in Detroit. Every month a dinner will be held. You pay $5 for soup, bread, and whatever other special item they had. Your donation also got you a vote. At the dinner there would be several presentations by organization leaders who were pitching their ideas. At the end, you’d vote for which idea you enjoyed the most. The winner would take home all the money raised that evening. This year marks the 5 anniversary of Detroit SOUP. So in order to celebrate, a party will be held at Ford Field! Lots of entertainment, mingling, and even a few words from past winners are expected. Get your tickets here! 

Feb 6 / Sonali Patel

Warrior Weekend – Winter Blast is Back!

February-pocket-chart-calendar-header-from-Homeschool-Creations Happy February! One month down, eleven to go!

Winter Blast!

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 Campus Martius — Friday, February 6th- Sunday, February 8th.
Entry: 3 canned goods OR 1 children’s book OR $2, which will be donated to the Matrix Human Services Organization

 In case you aren’t familiar, the Winter Blast is a winter festival held downtown at Campus Martius every February, and it’s back and bigger than ever this year! Between the ZIP LINE! and the GIANT SLIDE! and the ICE SCULPTURES! and DOG SLEDDING! and the LIVE MUSIC! and FOOD VENDORS! and ICE SKATING! there’s a little something for 24588351_BG2everyone to have a good time. For all the winter haters, there will be various tents set up with vendors and live music inside so you can stay warm (so no excuses!).  For more info check out the Winter Blast site here!

 

  • Winter Blast Bar Blast;  For all of you that are 21+, there will be a post Winter Blast bar crawl on Saturday. Check it out here!

 

 

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Oscar Nominated Short Films

Don’t feel like being outside this weekend? No problem! This is one of my favorite events all year (even though I’ve only been once). The Oscars are held at the end of February every year, and the DIA offers an awesome chance to catch some of the best films of the year! No, not the blockbusters. Instead, every weekend in February the DIA gives you the chance to see both the animated and live action Oscar nominated short films. I know, short films might sound lame to you.. but I promise, they’re not! The best part about short films is that they pack a whole story in a quarter amount of the time as a real movie, so they tend to be more interesting. Also, the nominated films tend to vary. You’ll laugh, cry, and feel tons of other emotions in the short two hours. SO, if you need indoor weekend plans. I DEFINITELY recommend checking out the DIA! Tickets and info about the films here!

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African World Bazaar

Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History —  Saturday, February 7th — 12-8pm

February is Black History Month! In commemoration the African American History Museum will be hosting it’s first African World Bazaar! Yes, yes.. Every summer the African American Museum does host an African World Festival in the summer, but this is the first for winter, so get excited! Filled with millions of vendors, the day will consist of listening to live music, shopping for unique crafts and jewelry, and watching live performances and demonstrations. Entry is free, so make sure you stop by to scope out the vendors and see a live performance or two!

Come back next weekend for lots of Valentine’s fun for the taken and the single! :-)

Jan 23 / Sonali Patel

Warrior Weekend – Music Edition

Hey all! I will admit, there aren’t too many big events around town this weekend but that doesn’t meant that there isn’t plenty to do! One of the things I love about living in the city is the accessibility to amazing (mostly free) live music. This week I featured some of the hot spots to find a good time, any time! Not only are these places go-to’s for this weekend, but they normally have great performers during any weekend.

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4265 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI 48201

HopCat is a craft beer bar and restaurant, which also serves as a venue location for smaller sized concerts and events. The bar, which serves over 130 craft beers, has only been open a month+ and has had only good reviews! So if one of these concerts don’t attract you, then just stop by for a brew to check it out!


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Friday, January 23rd – 8:00pm

Tickets: $25 day of show

 

 

 

 

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Saturday, January 24th – 8:00pm

Tickets: $5

 

 

 

 

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Sunday, January 25th – 8:30pm

Tickets: Free!

 

 

 

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The Detroit Institute of Arts

5200 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI 48202

Every Friday night and Sunday afternoon the DIA hosts unique, talented artists from around the world for you to enjoy for FREE! Come out to tour the DIA, may enjoy a drink/refreshment, and listen to live world renowned music.

 

Friday, January 23rd – 7 & 8:30pm — Giacomo Scinardo, Italian pianist.

Sunday, January 25th – 1-4pmJazz pianist, Cliff Monear.

 

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Cliff Bell’s

Cliff Bell’s is a beautiful restaurant that hosts a variety of jazz musicians from across the country. The ambiance is perfect for a nice dinner, quick drink, or casual night out!

Friday, January 23rd – 9pm – $10 – Luke Malewicz’s Green Ruins 

Saturday, January 24th – 6pm – free – The Taylor Pierson Trio
9:30pm – $10 – Luke Malewicz’s Green Ruins

Sunday, January 25th - 12pm – Jarrod Champion
8pm – $10 – Rouge! Detroit

Other cool things to do the next few weeks!

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January 12-25th, Cobo Center, Detroit, MI 

That’s right, the auto show is back! Bigger and better, the auto show is home to to hundreds of the newest car models and favored by millions of the oldest car lovers! Most of our college budgets don’t allow us to buy a brand new car, but the auto show offers much more. Come see where the future of car technology is going… or maybe come see what cars to add to your wishlist? Regardless, a day at the auto show will be a day well spent! Find ticket info and more here!

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Campus Martius Rink!

Campus Martius is the perfect go-to plan. Come down for an hour or two of ice skating, some hot chocolate and maybe a nice dinner at one of downtown’s great restaurants! Ice skating is $11 and the rink is open everyday, but varies in hours. Check out the Campus Martius website for more info.

 

oPunch Bowl Social
Detroit’s newest entertainment spot is here! Punch Bowl Social will fill your evening with a great night spent with friends, family, or your significant other. Between the bowling, arcade games, shuffle board, ping pong, karaoke, and much more, you’re bound to have a good time! Oh, did I mention they actually have their own punch? Definitely a must for all you 21+! I will admit though, anytime you go will be a busy time. Punch Bowl had a much higher attendance rate than expected. So give the staff some slack, and make the best of your time there! This is the perfect spot for all of you trying to escape the winter cold!

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Pure Detroit Fisher Building Tours

Pure Detroit, a pro-Detroit retail company, offers weekend tours of the b-e-a-utiful Fisher Building in Uptown/New Center. Even if you’re not big on architecture, this building offers so many unique sights that it’s fun for everyone!

 

 

 

 

Jan 16 / Sonali Patel

Warrior Weekend – Welcome back!

January-HeaderHappy January! Happy 2015! Happy Semester! Welcome back to campus.
To cure your post-break depression check out these fun events going on around town this weekend!

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4265 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI 48201

HopCat is a craft beer bar and restaurant, which also serves as a venue location for smaller sized concerts and events. The bar, which serves over 130 craft beers, has only been open a month+ and has had only good reviews! So if one of these concerts don’t attract you, then just stop by for a brew to check it out!

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Friday, January 16th – 8:00pm

Tickets: $30 day of show

 

 

 

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DJ Zig Zag

Saturday, January 17th – 9:00pm

Tickets: $5

 

 

 

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JD Wilkes and The Dirt Daubers 

Sunday, January 18th – 7:00pm

Tickets: 10

 

 

 

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The Detroit Institute of Arts

5200 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI 48202

Every Friday night and Sunday afternoon the DIA hosts unique, talented artists from around the world for you to enjoy for FREE! Come out to tour the DIA, may enjoy a drink/refreshment, and listen to live world renowned music.

 

Friday, January 16th – 7 & 8:30pm — Gleb Ivanov, Russian pianist.

Sunday, January 18th – 1-4pm — Guitarist Spencer Barefield and Dave Young.

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Monday, January 19th – 2:00pm — King, A Filmed Record… Montgomery to Memphis

In order to commemorate MLK Day, the DIA will be offering a FREE screening of this documentary which follows MLK from 1955 to 1968. This is one of the most accurate and acknowledged documentaries on Dr. King, and a great way to spend your day off by celebrating the life of one of the most important US legacies! (Est. 185 min)

 

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MLK Celebration

Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History – 315 East Warren Avenue, Detroit, MI 48202 — Monday, January 19th 9am-6pm

The African American History museum will also be hosting an array of events on Monday to Honor Dr. King! Musical performances, videos, dialogues and much more will be going on throughout the day. A youth dialogue on race and culture as well as a film premier on MLK and Palestine will be two of the day’s highlights! See more on the museum site.

 

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MLK Memorial Ride

Monday, January 19th – 10am-12pm

Tour de Troit is bringing you the MLK Memorial Ride on Monday as their way of honoring Dr. King. The ride will begin and end at the McGregor Center on campus (perfect location!). The ride will be about 10 miles long and cover the route of the 1963 Detroit March to Freedom as well as other relevant historic sites in the city. The ride is FREE but registration is required!

 

Other cool things to do the next few weeks!

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2014-Detroit-auto-show

January 12-25th, Cobo Center, Detroit, MI 

That’s right, the auto show is back! Bigger and better, the auto show is home to to hundreds of the newest car models and favored by millions of the oldest car lovers! Most of our college budgets don’t allow us to buy a brand new car, but the auto show offers much more. Come see where the future of car technology is going… or maybe come see what cars to add to your wishlist? Regardless, a day at the auto show will be a day well spent! Find ticket info and more here!

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Campus Martius Rink!

Campus Martius is the perfect go-to plan. Come down for an hour or two of ice skating, some hot chocolate and maybe a nice dinner at one of downtown’s great restaurants! Ice skating is $11 and the rink is open everyday, but varies in hours. Check out the Campus Martius website for more info.

o Punch Bowl Social
Detroit’s newest entertainment spot is here! Punch Bowl Social will fill your evening with a great night spent with friends, family, or your significant other. Between the bowling, arcade games, shuffle board, ping pong, karaoke, and much more, you’re bound to have a good time! Oh, did I mention they actually have their own punch? Definitely a must for all you 21+! I will admit though, anytime you go will be a busy time. Punch Bowl had a much higher attendance rate than expected. So give the staff some slack, and make the best of your time there! This is the perfect spot for all of you trying to escape the winter cold!

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Dec 5 / Sonali Patel

Warrior Weekend – Noel Night!

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Happy, Happy December! This week is filled with fun crafty events, giving you the perfect chance to get some unique gifts for friends and family, as well as some toys for yourself!

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Noel Night!

Saturday, December 6th 5-10pm – Midtown, Detroit

Noel Night is back and bigger! Saturday evening Midtown will transform into a fun-filled zone with activities, music, games, vendors, and much more! There will be over 70 locations open for the public to visit, and over 200 musical/art performances. From restaurants to museums to shops, Midtown will be buzzing with all sorts of interactive displays and activities! This is the one winter event that you don’t want to miss! Check the schedule and map here!

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Detroit Urban Craft Fair!

Saturday, December 6th 10am-7pm
Sunday, December 7th 11am-6pm
Masonic Temple; 500 Temple, Detroit 48201

The Detroit Urban Craft Fair is one of the largest, selling unique goods made by over 100 local and national vendors! For $1 admission, you can listen to some tunes and peruse the thousands of goodies that will be on sale! This is the perfect opportunity to get something heartfelt instead of a generic gift!

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Card Jam and Market!

Sunday, December 7th 12-4pm – Signal Return; 1345 Division, Detroit 48207

Signal Return is an awesome letterpress shop in Eastern Market. Every year they hold an open session where you can go in and print your own holiday cards! You can also purchase some of the pre-printed cards, posters, and other goods. This year they’ve also invited some other vendors, such as Germack and Pinwheel bakery to set up shop! Regardless if you want to print your own letters, I definitely recommend stopping by if you’ve never been!

 

 

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Punch Bowl Social Grand Opening!

Wednesday, December 10 7pm-10pm – 1331 Broadway, Detroit, 48226

I know it’s not on the weekend, but I had to include it! Punch Bowl Social is Downtown’s newest addition! The venue will be a bar/restaurant/bowling alley/ and overall social gathering place to have fun and play games! The entry is $10, but all the proceeds go to the Salvation Army! Also, it’s 21+ after 10pm. If you can’t make it for the grand opening, then definitely plan a night to check this new spot out!

Nov 27 / Sonali Patel

Warrior Weekend – Forget Black Friday, Shop Local!

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I hope you all had a very filling Thanksgiving! I also hope instead of going out to the malls for Black Friday shopping you will participate in Small Business Saturday and shop local in Detroit! D:hive and the Experience Factory did an awesome job in pin pointing some of the city’s best small shops. Check it out below!

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Space Bang!

Friday, November 28th 9:00pm – UFO Factory; 2110 Trumbull, Detroit, 48216

For a $5 cover, you can dance your heart out at the party of the universe! The UFO Factory is one of the newest additions to Corktown. The bar/music venue/art gallery will host events often, being a central location for artists and those who like to have a good time!

 

 

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Motor City Funk Night!

Friday, November 28th 10:00pm – Majestic; 4120 Woodward, Detroit, 48201

It’s back! After you hit up the Space Bang at the UFO Factory, come by Funk Night at Majestic! With a $5 cover for 21+ and $10 for 18+ the night will consist of live performances and a few DJs taking the stage! This is a dance party that you won’t want to miss! So come out (don’t forget your dancing shoes) and get jiggy with it with hundreds of other people!

downloadSaturday, November 29th 11:00 – 4:pm — D:hive; 1253 Woodward, Detroit, 48226

Challenge yourself this year! Don’t just hit the malls for some generic goods. Instead, check out the hundreds of small shops in Detroit and support local! The Experience Factory will be at D:hive from 11-4pm on Saturday with information on the various Detroit shops and their deals for the day! You can find the list of shops with their discounts for the day here! In addition to the premier shops that are participating in the event, also ask for a Detroit retail checklist, which includes a list of all the stores in the greater downtown area!

Nov 21 / Sonali Patel

Warrior Weekend – Detroit’s Tree Lighting!

 

 

There’s a couple events around town this weekend, but the spotlight is definitely taken up by the tree lighting ceremony downtown on Friday along with many Campus Martius activities, which will continue all season long!
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Friday, November 21st 5pm – Campus Martius

Conquer the cold and come out for a wonderful winterland of fun downtown! The evening will consist of many live musical performances, ice skating, drinks, food, photos with Santa, carriage rides, and much more! The festivities will begin at 5, the ceremony at 6:30, and the lighting at 7:45! This year is expected to attract thousands, so be sure to get down early!

Campus Martius Festivities – All Season!

Campus Martius will have activities going on all winter, so if you miss the fun on Friday, come down Saturday or Sunday! Ice Skating, food, drinks, carriage rides, pics with Santa, street performers, live music, and much more will be going on every weekend!

 

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Rapt.fm Detroit Cypher Series

Friday, November 21st 8-10pm – Detroit Institute of Music (DIME), 1265 Griswold, Detroit, 48226

Whether you’re a rapper, rap fanatic, or just enjoy hearing some local talents show off their rapping skills, the Rapt.fm Cypher will be a cool event to check out! Rapt.fm is a Detroit originated company that allows rappers to have battles and cyphers online! Friday’s event will be a live performance, made up of local artists! If you’re skeptical… I’ve seen some of these guys/gals live, and they’re pretty talented! (Are you a rapper? Sign up for the cypher by clicking the event title!)

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Saturday, November 22nd 6pm – Offworld Arcade; 2020 14th St, Detroit, 48216

I just heard about this event the other day and it sounds so cool! How many places can you find tons of old school arcade games and play them all night with just a flat entry fee?! Offworld Arcade is an arcade that serves as a gallery and communal workspace for gaming lovers! The arcade hosts a monthly game night. $5 general admission to play all your favorite old school games. There will also be some live performances and other side activities to keep you entertained. Definitely a unique event that’s worth checking out!