To purchase tickets without a SURCHARGE visit:
Record Time 262 W. 9 Mile Rd, Ferndale, MI 48220 (248) 336-8463
Record Time 27360 Gratiot, Roseville, MI 48066 (586) 775-1550
Rock of Ages 31015 Ford Rd, Garden City, MI 48135 (734) 522-0351
Hot Hits, 29207 Gratiot, Roseville, MI 48066 (586) 777-3640
Rockabilly's 8411 Hall Rd, Utica, MI 48317 (586) 731-0188
or go to
Jerome Duncan Freedom Hill County Park Directions
Comerica's TasteFest 2005
"Comerica TasteFest is sizzling again this year with a smokin’ hot line up of food, music and activities in Detroit’s New Center, June 30 through July 4. This year’s West Grand Boulevard blowout is packed with something for everyone’s taste buds, including four stages with more than 60 top local and national musical acts, a diverse shopping experience in the Second Avenue Street Market, activities for the kids, and, of course, a mouthwatering array of delectable cuisine from more than 40 restaurants. Admission to Michigan’s premiere street festival is FREE and so is the fun! " - WJR760
check out the musical lineup
Featuring Morris Day and The Time / Sheila E Friday June 24th
with a free music events scheduled throughout the summer
Chene Park - 2600 Atwater, Detroit MI 48207
"In the directorial debut of producer Matthew Vaughn (Snatch, Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels), Daniel Craig (Enduring Love, Sylvia) plays an unnamed hero who has made his fortune in cocaine and ecstasy. Planning to retire early, he is asked for two last favors: track down the missing daughter of Eddie Temple (Michael Gambon), and negotiate the sale of a huge shipment of ecstasy. Nothing goes as planned, and he quickly learns that getting out won't be easy.
Hacker/arcade owner Kevin Flynn is desperate to prove that the hottest videogames from ENCOM were stolen from him by a former co-worker, who is now a senior executive there. Flynn's efforts, however, are made fruitless by ENCOM's "Big Brother," the megalomaniacal Master Control Program. One night, the MCP catches Flynn in an attempted hack and pulls him into the virtual world. Flynn finds that the MCP is making life in the virtual world just as, if not more, miserable as in the real world. Flynn's only hope is to find TRON, a heroic independent system security program, and help him destroy the MCP to bring order to both worlds.
3rd Annual Dragonboat Festival on Belle Isle - Saturday June 25th
Detroit Boat Club Crew (oldest rowing club in the USA) brings a day of Dragonboat racing, cultural demonstatrations, music, and other family activities to benefit the new Downtown Family YMCA
JAMBALAYA STREET FESTIVAL
WWJ presents the JAMbalaya Street Festival, June 24 - 26 in downtown Pontiac.
Great food, 3 acres of carnival rides, 20 restaurants, NBA Rhythm & Rims Tour with The Detroit Pistons, other fun for the family including free concerts from Average White Band, Beatlemania Live and Koko Taylor and Her Blues Machine and many others.
www.pontiacfestivals.com or call 248-975-8850.
Drop-in Workshop: Monoprints 6-8:30pm.
(Ages 12 and younger must be accompanied by an adult.)
Create a one-of-a-kind print using sandpaper and wax crayons.
Jazz Music: New Detroit Jazz Quintet 6:30 & 8pm.
This energetic ensemble, featuring the next generation of jazz talent with musicians from the Detroit School for the Fine and Performing Arts and Wayne State University, was schooled in the art of bebop by Detroit jazz legends Marcus Belgrave and Donald Walden.
Drawing in the Galleries for Youth* (Ages 6-14) 6-8:30pm.
Artist/instructors Vera Smith/Vito Valdez help participants create unique pencil drawings
Drawing in the Galleries for Adults* (Ages 15 and older) 6-8:30pm.
Artist/instructor Renee Jarmolowicz helps participants create unique pencil drawings
Adventures in Drawing (Ages 8 and younger must be accompanied by an adult).
Children explore creative expression through drawing with assistance from museum instructors.
Art of Four Continents & the Ancient World offered both times.
Summer revs up for a hot Father's Day event, presented by Padded Cell and Gwen Joy.
Chopper Show, four bands, art show featuring 13 artists, fashion show, beer, barbecue, and roller derby girls.
$7 per person at the Motor City Brew Works
470 West Canfield, Detroit
"The 29th Annual Strawberry Festival in Belleville, Michigan offers something for everyone with three days of nonstop events. The Strawberry Festival celebrates the strawberry season with free special events for the entire family, beginning with Two Midways, beer tent, music and concerts, bingo, crafters, magnificent food, strawberry treats, a children’s area, Strawberry Queen, Prince and Princess pageants, and a water ski show on Saturday."
Natinal City Bank fundraiser for The Boys and Girls Club of Southern Oakland County
Five blocks of the country's top Clay & Glass Artists
Ten of Royal Oak's best restaurants provide a free taste
State of the art children's area
Non-stop jazz on the Taste of Royal Oak Stage
Live Glass Blowing
24th Annual Capuchin Souper Summer Celebration @ Comerica Park
Sponsered by Edmund T. Ahee Jewelers - Grosse Point
Adults only. Free admission. Saturday June 11th 7:30-10:30pm
Tiger Club's 3 bars plus private cigar bar.
Enjoy the Big Cat Food Court - batting cages - live music from 6 bands.
With the purchase of a $1 raffle ticket, you will be in position to win one
of the jewelry prizes with a total value of $31,000. All of the proceeds go
directly to the Capuchin Soup Kitchen. The prizes include a 4.5 carat total
diamond necklace in 18 karat white gold, a Rolex, an IWN, a Tag Heuer, A
Baume & mercier, and several Raymond Weil watches. David Yurman and Mikimoto
will also offer jewelry pieces for raffle prizes.
Dressy springtime attire required.
Cash bars and food purchases.
Parking without charge, valet parking with a fee.
Historic Buildings of Downtown Detroit, Detroit, Mich.
"Downtown Detroit boasts a rich array of architectural treasures reflecting its role as a major station on the Underground Railroad, an industrial powerhouse, the world-famous Motor City, and the home of Motown but today, many of these treasures are threatened by neglect and lack of vision. A hit list was recently issued by the city calling for the demolition of more than 100 buildings, and just last month, the Madison-Lenox Hotel, a 2004 11 Most site, was demolished. Detroits leaders need to work with developers and preservationists to breathe new life into old buildings and save the history of one of Americas great cities. "
Send a message to The Detroit City Council that we need to save our historic sites from the wrecking ball
The Detroit Festival of the Arts takes place on the campus of Wayne State featuring top-notch visual and performing artists from around the world mixed in with Detroits very own. There is an Artist's market, 10+ stages of entertainment, a very large children's fair, European street performers, sand sculpture, plenty of diverse food, a costumed parade, and many other special events, all surrounded by city's art institutions.