Friday, September 20, 2019

Hip in Detroit's Picks for the Weekend: September 20-22

The DIY Street Fair is by far the biggest event happening this weekend, but here are a few other good finds! (Learn more about DIY here.)

September 20th thru 22nd - NOIR City Detroit: The 4th Annual Film Noir Festival is happening this Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The festival will bring TCM Noir Alley movie host Eddie Muller to town and classic film noir back to the big screens. Showings will take place at the Detroit Film Theatre at the DIA on Friday night and The Redford Theatre on Saturday and Sunday. A total of 8 films will be shown throughout the weekend. See the full list of films, showtimes, and find out how to purchase tickets here.

Friday, September 20th - Agnostic Front @ Small's: Black Iris Booking and Small's bring Agnostic Front to town this Friday night! The band will be joined by Prong, Born of Hate, and Sixkillsnine. Tickets for the show are only $20 and can be purchased in advance here. All ages are welcome and doors open at 7 p.m.

Friday, September 20th - David Liebe Hart @ The Sanctuary: Adult Swim star David Liebe Hart will bring his songs, puppets and comedy to The Sanctuary this weekend. You may know David from Tim & Eric Awesome Show Great Job! or his new series I Love David. He also has a podcast, CDs, art and more. You can check out all things David on his website here. He will be joined by Chip The Black Boy, Whatever Your Heart Desires, and locals The Imaginatron and Atomic Omelet. Tickets to see this show live are $12 in advance and can be purchased online here. VIP packages are also available. All ages are welcome.

Sunday, September 22nd - Detroit Foodie Fair @ Eastern Market: The Detroit Foodie Fair will take over Shed 5 of the Eastern Market from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. this Sunday. The event will feature "scrumptious bites, hand-crafted kitchen wares, unique food related goods, and more". There will be food trucks, craft beverages, baked goods, and more. Get a sneak peek of what you can expect at or on the Facebook event here. Admission is free.

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