Friday, October 1, 2021

Hip in Detroit's Picks for the Weekend: October 1-3

Friday, October 1st & Saturday, October 2nd @ The Redford Theatre: Kick off the spooky season at the Redford Theatre this weekend with great movies on Friday and Saturday. Friday night, Young Frankenstein will be playing. The show starts at 8 p.m. On Saturday, the theatre will be hosting a matinee at 2 p.m. and showing Hocus Pocus. Then, at night they will be showing The Crow at 8 p.m. Tickets are $5 for each show and can be purchased online here

Saturday, October 2nd - Vault of Midnight Grand Opening: Vault of Midnight is has a new location! The comic book shop will be located in Milwaukee Junction/North End at 2857 Grand Blvd E. It officially opens its doors on Friday, but the big grand opening celebration will take place on Saturday from 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. There will be DJs, food, free comic books, gaming, and more. Get all of the details on the day's festivities here

Saturday, October 2nd - Field Day @ Small's: Field Day (ex Dag Nasty and Descendants) will be hitting the stage at Small's Saturday night along with The Color Fred (ex Taking Baking Sunday members), Bastardous (ex Hi Fi Handgrenades and current Suicide Machines members), and Extra Arms (ex Destroy This Place and Thunderbirds Are Now). So basically, a bunch of guys that were formerly in bands that you loved are playing a show together with their new bands that are also awesome, so you should probably make your way to Small's. (Those bands in parentheses actually only touch on some of the bands these musicians have been a part of or currently play in.) Tickets are $18 and can be purchased online here. Cover will be $22 at the door. Attendees must show proof of vaccination or a Negative COVID test result from within 48 hours prior to admittance. Masks are required for those that are not vaccinated. 

Saturday, October 2nd - Ferndale Pride: Don't miss Ferndale Pride this Saturday from 12:30 p.m. - 10 p.m. at 9 Mile & Woodward. This is one of the largest LGBTQAI+ events in Michigan. There will be over 180 vendors, live music on two stages, food, drag performances, weddings, and more. Ferndale Pride is free to the public. Get all of the details and check out the full schedule for the day at


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