Weekend Forecast: 9.1-9.3
Don't have any plans for the weekend? Don't worry, the Collective has you covered. Check out some of the top events happening in Detroit from 9.1 - 9.3.
Arts, Beats, & Eats - Sept 1st-4th - Downtown Royal Oak
Originating from Pontiac, Ford created this street fair to showcase the dynamic culture of Metro-Detroit to the Oakland County Community. One can witness a unique presentation of artists, musicians and food exhibits, meanwhile raising millions of dollars for local charities and businesses. If interested, click below to learn more.
Detroit Jazz Festival - Sept 1st-4th - Hart Plaza
The Detroit International Jazz Festival was founded in 1980 by Robert McCabe and the Detroit Renaissance. Along with the Detroit Grand Prix and the International Freedom Festival, the Festival was intended to bring people into the city and to provide all segments of the population with world-class entertainment. With the aid of sponsors, this event is Free and packed full of entertainment and educational opportunities. Click here to learn more.
5th Annual 1 Nation Festival - Aug 31-Sept 5 - The Phoenix Cafe
1 Nation introduces it's 5th Year of celebrating diversity & culture through awesome art and entertainment. Showcasing over 50 bands/acts from across the nation spanning multiple genres.
Splashback: Labor Day Edition - Sept 2nd - Marble Bar
Everyone loves a good dance party. This Saturday, you can catch the ultimate dance line up at Marble Bar. With performances by Todd Osborn, Bill Spencer, Charles Trees, Lauren, La Vici and the infamous Haute To Death (who is providing a 50% discount to those in the H2D Swim Club). For more info, click below.
Green Velvet - Sept 2nd - Magic Stick
Chicago's own, Green Velvet aka Cajmere is a techno producer and DJ that's a part of Chicago imprint, Relief Records. The tickets for this Paxahau and React presented event start at $18 and is 18+. To learn more, click below.
U2 - Sept 3rd - Ford Field
U2 is considered one of the best rock bands of all time and they are embarking on their next tour! It’s been called ‘the tour of the year’ and the band are set to take The Joshua Tree Tour 2017 to Mexico and South America this year, as well as returning to more cities in the US.
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