Monday, February 23, 2015

Thanks for Celebrating 3 Years of Hip In Detroit!

One of the goals of Hip In Detroit has always been to create a community. Saturday night we achieved that. This year's bash brought together a ton of people from all walks of life that all have one thing in common, they love music and they love this City.

Saturday night we took over Small's in Hamtramck to celebrate 3 years of running the website you are reading right now. It has been 3 years of a lot of hard work and a lot of fun running Hip In Detroit, and in celebration of that we had plenty of fun at our big bash. It was great to see so many people we care about in one place along with a ton of new faces.
This year we brought together 7 very different artists for one night. Every act was awesome from start to finish and reminded us why we love each and every one of them. Check out some videos from MPV, Zander Michigan, Her Dark Host, Radio Burns, James Linck and Snakewing below. Huge shout out to Christopher Jarvis for ending the night for us! Unfortunately we were having a little too much fun at that point to get a video.

We also are lucky enough to know a ton of great businesses around the area, and so many of them showed their support this weekend! 32 people walked away with great prize packs full of items from local businesses and music from local musicians. We think that they were 32 very happy people too! We can't thank everyone that contributed to the prize packs enough. We'd also like to throw out a special thanks to Ironclad Tattoo Co. and PRTY Crew Collective for setting shop up for the night. And while we are saying thank yous, we have to thank everyone at Small's, our friends Becca Friedman, Vince Troia and Elyse Tomaszewski for all of their help, everyone that played and everyone that came out to show their support and party!
We hope that everyone that came out Saturday night had a great time! Hopefully you were able to check out a band or two that you haven't seen before too! You all really know how to make a couple of girls feel special and like they are doing something worth while. Thank you for reminding us why we do what we do. We'll see you all at a show or out and about around town soon!


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