Friday, March 31, 2023

Hip In Detroit's Picks for the Weekend: March 31st - April 2nd

Saturday, April 1st - Goth Prom @ The Narthex: You may not have wanted to go to your high school prom, but this is a prom you won't want to miss! This Saturday night, Goth Prom will take over The Narthex, an old church located on the east side of Detroit. The prom will feature live music from 
DEMONIAC (Misfits Cover), Temple of the Fuzz Witch, and Second Salem. There will also be raffles and kink/fetish occult live performances. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased here. The fun starts at 8 p.m. and goes until 1 a.m.

Saturday, April 1st - Child Bite @ Outer Limits: This Saturday night Child Bite will be playing their 1,001st show! The show is happening at Outer Limits and will also feature their friends in Gusher in Wild Shape. In honor of the occasion, tickets are $10.01. We have a feeling this one will sell out, so get your tickets in advance here. 18+ are welcome and doors open at 8 p.m.

Sunday, April 2nd - All Things Detroit Day @ Eastern Market: Celebrate All Things Detroit this Sunday at Eastern Market! The event will feature over 200 vendors and makers, as well as food trucks. Tickets start at just $5 and can be purchased in advance here. The event will take place in Sheds 3, 4, and 5 and goes from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Get a sneak peek of what you can expect at the event here

Friday, March 31st and Saturday, April 1st - Who Framed Roger Rabbit? @ The Redford Theatre: If you grew up in the 80s or 90s, you probably consider Roger Rabbit an iconic film! We know that we do! This Friday and Saturday night, you have a chance to see it on the big screen once again (or for the first time) at the beautiful, historic Redford Theatre. The film will be shown at 8 p.m. both nights and tickets are just $5. Get yours here or at the theatre box office before the show. Don't forget to bring some cash with you for the concession stand too! 


Saturday, April 1st - Kitten Shower @ The Catfe Lounge: If you've been looking for a reason to visit The Catfe Lounge in Ferndale, here it is! This Saturday afternoon they are hosting a Kitten Shower! 'Tis the season for litters of kittens to be born and come into the care of the Ferndale Cat Shelter, so they need to stock up on supplies. Visitors are asked to purchase items from the shelter's Chewy or Amazon wish lists to help with care of the new kittens. Then, stop by The Catfe between 2-4 p.m. on Saturday for drinks and snacks. If you're interested in attending, the team asks that you please RSVP here


~C

Thursday, March 30, 2023

How National Coney Island is Bringing the Flavorful Vegan Gyro by Chili Mustard Onions to Detroit


Do you love a good gyro? Are you a vegan? We have some exciting news for you! Chili Mustard Onions may have closed its doors, but you can still get their delicious vegan gyro at some local National Coney Island locations. That's right, you can now satisfy your craving for a flavorful and plant-based gyro at three National Coney Island locations including North Main St. in Royal Oak, Mack Ave. in Grosse Pointe, and Hall Rd. in Macomb Township.

The collaboration between National Coney Island and Chili Mustard Onions has been a huge success. The vegan gyro has been a hit with customers, and we can't blame them. The gyro is made with seitan and topped with fresh vegetables, vegan tzatziki sauce, and a sprinkle of sumac. It's a delicious and healthier twist on a classic Greek dish.

We love seeing local businesses come together to create something special, especially when it involves delicious food. As reposted from @nationalconeyisland, "One of the goals I set for myself when I became vegan and a vegan Chef 10 years ago was to see my food in National Coney Island so that people like me can eat there anytime they want to and love it." - Vegan Chef Pete. It's inspiring to see this collaboration come to fruition and bring a delicious vegan option to a beloved Detroit establishment.

So next time you're in the mood for a satisfying vegan gyro, head over to National Coney Island and try the plant-based gyro by Chili Mustard Onions. It's one of the most delicious sandwiches you can find in Metro Detroit and it's vegan!


~S


Tuesday, March 28, 2023

Discover the Creamiest and Most Delicious Vegan Ice Cream at Cold Truth Soft Serve in Detroit

 

If you're looking for the best ice cream in Detroit, look no further than Cold Truth Soft Serve. This ice cream is not only delicious, but it's also completely vegan! Plus, the toppings are out of this world - especially the coconut.

As vegans, it's not always easy to find great ice cream options that don't compromise on flavor or texture. That's why we were so excited to discover Cold Truth Soft Serve. Their ice cream is made with coconut cream and oat milk, giving it a rich, creamy texture that is just as satisfying as traditional dairy ice cream.

And the toppings - oh, the toppings! The coconut flakes are a must-try, adding a perfect crunch and sweetness to each bite. They also offer other vegan-friendly options like sprinkles, Oreos, and more. But honestly, the coconut is where it's at.

If you're not vegan, don't let that scare you away. Cold Truth Soft Serve is so delicious that you won't even miss the dairy. And for those of us who are vegan, it's an absolute game-changer to have a spot like this in Detroit.

So next time you're in the mood for some ice cream, head over to Cold Truth Soft Serve. Your taste buds will thank you.

Cold Truth Soft Serve is located at 4240 Cass Ave. Suite 100, Detroit, MI 48207 (Midtown). They are currently open 4 p.m. -9 p.m. Monday- Thursday, 2 pm. - 10 p.m. Saturday, and 2 p.m. - 9 p.m. on Sundays. 


~S

Monday, March 27, 2023

Let's Talk About Ale Mary's: A Cozy Vegan-Friendly Restaurant and Bar in Royal Oak, Michigan

Are you looking for a great place to have food and drinks in Royal Oak, Michigan? Look no further than Ale Mary's! This cozy restaurant and bar is a favorite of locals and visitors alike, thanks to its tasty food, unique drinks, and friendly atmosphere.

One of the standout features of Ale Mary's is their commitment to offering delicious vegan options. Whether you're a lifelong vegan or just looking to try something new, you're sure to find something to love on their menu. From tasty salads and wraps to hearty burgers and sandwiches, there's something for everyone. And don't forget to indulge in one of their famous vegan shakes – they're out of this world!

Of course, Ale Mary's isn't just about the food. This restaurant can get quite busy. That's why we recommend making a reservation if you plan to visit. This will help ensure that you get a table and can enjoy your meal and drinks in comfort.

Overall, Ale Mary's is a must-visit destination for vegans but it's also a great place for anyone who wants to enjoy a well-made meal with a well-mixed drink as they also have an impressive selection of beers, wines, and cocktails. Whether you're in the mood for a craft beer, a glass of wine, or a creative mocktail, you're sure to find something you'll enjoy.

With all that Ale Mary's has to offer, it's no surprise that they are a Downtown Royal Oak favorite. Please note, they have two completely different menus, a vegan menu, and a meat eaters menu, you do not have to try anything vegan if you don't want to, but the options are there and they are delicious.  This is also a great place to bring a group of friends who have different diet preferences because everyone can find something to eat.

Ale Mary's is located at 16 S. Main - Downtown Royal Oak, MI. They are currently open 11 a.m. - 12 a.m. Monday- Thursday, 11 a.m. - 2 a.m. Friday and Saturday, and 10 a.m. - 12 a.m. on Sundays.


~S 

Friday, March 24, 2023

Hip in Detroit's Picks for the Weekend - March 24-26

We already told you about Thirst Wave, happening this Friday night. Here are some other fun things happening this weekend!

Saturday, March 25th - SUMPP @ The Loving Touch: If you’re looking for something weird, funny, or fun to do this Saturday night, The Loving Touch is the place to be! SUMPP, the new project from Neil Patterson (Downtown Brown), will be making their Detroit debut. You’ll laugh, you’ll dance, and hopefully you won’t cry while you’re at this show. SUMPP will be joined by Carmel Liburdi, Hillbilly Knifefight, White Bee, and JP from the HP. Cover is $15 at the door and all ages are welcome. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the music starts at 8.

Saturday, March 25th - DCFC Home Opener @ Keyworth Stadium: Detroit’s premiere soccer team Detroit City FC plays their first home game of the season this Saturday at Keyworth Stadium in Hamtramck. Whether you’re a soccer fan or just looking for something fun to do, DCFC games are an experience like no other. From the crowd, to the chants, to the food trucks, the atmosphere is electric and you’re in for a good time. Kickoff is at 4 p.m.  and tickets start at $18. Get yours here.


Saturday, March 25th - Drip Clothing Market @ Extra Crispy: Extra Crispy has a fun afternoon planned this Saturday with shopping, music, food, and more. Swing by between noon and 6 p.m. to shop with over a dozen clothing vendors. Music during the event will be provided by Actually Mae. There will also be tasty food available on site from Biscuit Babe and you can even get tooth gems while you’re there from Gem Central. Extra Crispy Studios is located at 4859 Michigan Ave. in Detroit.


Sunday, March 26th - Marche du Nain Rouge: This weekend is full of rouge, with Le Rouge playing Saturday at Keyworth and Marche du Nain Rouge happening in the Cass Corridor on Sunday. It’s once again time to chase that little red devil out of Detroit (if you don’t know what we mean, get the history here). Marchers will gather at Canfield and Second and will parade down to The Masonic Temple for the official presentation. Then, the party happens inside the Masonic and at pretty much every bar in the area. The march steps off at 1 p.m. so don’t be late! Get all of the details here.


Sunday, March 26th - Gimme Gimmie Record Show @ The Sanctuary: It’s that time again! Time to stock up on some new records at the Gimmie Gimmie Record Show at The Sanctuary in Hamtramck. Vendors will be stocked up with a ton of records and other music memorabilia, so you can spend the day searching those bins to see what you can add to your collection. The show starts at 11 a.m. Get a look at some of what will be up for grabs here.


~C



Win Tickets to Sugar: The Nu-Metal Party at St. Andrew's Hall

Who: Sugar: The Nu-Metal Party

What: Coming to St. Andrew's Hall on April 1st, 2023.

Tickets are $16 in advance and they can be purchased here.

Or you can enter to win a pair!

How? Email your full name to hipindetroit@gmail.com with the subject line #NuMetal.

Enter now, the winner will be drawn on March 30th, 2023.


~S


Thursday, March 23, 2023

Thirst Wave at Small's: A Detroit Tradition for Over a Decade

 

If you're a fan of New Wave, Retro Alternative, Britpop, Dark '80s, and '90s Alternative music, then you've probably heard of the Thirst Wave parties at Small's in Hamtramck. For over 11 years, this event has been the go-to spot for anyone looking to dance the night away with some of the best resident DJs in town.

So why did the Thirst Wave parties start in the first place? According to co-founder Kat Paled, there was a lack of regular "retro-oriented" dance parties happening in the area. The ones that were happening were sporadic and focused more on mainstream 80's music. To fill this gap, they decided to start their own party, with the music they loved and grew up with.

Fast forward to today, and the Thirst Wave parties are still going strong. They attract people of all ages, from the older crowd who remembers the club scene at legendary places like Industry and Todd's, to the younger crowd who are just discovering the music for the first time. Everyone is welcome at Thirst Wave, and the inclusive atmosphere at Small's means that anyone can come as they feel comfortable.

And when it comes to dressing for the party, anything goes! Some people come in band t-shirts and jeans, while others come in skin-tight latex and vinyl. The only rule is to come ready to dance!

Looking to join the Thirst Wave crowd? 

The next party is Friday, March 24, 2023. It will be a Siouxsie and The Cure Tribute Night.

The parties are 18+ with proper ID. The cover charge is $5 for those 21 and over, and $10 for those 18-20. Resident DJs Pleasure Kitten, Elektrosonik, and Aaron Hingst keep the music going all night long, and doors open at 9 p.m.

So what's next for Thirst Wave? According to Kat, there are a number of upcoming events being planned for summer and fall, so be sure to follow Small's or the 'Thirst Wave Fans' group on Facebook to keep up with the latest news.

After 11 great years, Thirst Wave has become a Detroit tradition, and we can't wait to see what the future holds for this iconic club night. Whether you're a regular or a first-timer, come join the party and experience the best in retro dance music at Small's.


~S

Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Win Tickets to See Future Superstar Tour 2023 Hosted by Nick Cannon

Who: Future Superstar Tour 2023 hosted by Nick Cannon.

What: Playing The Fillmore Detroit on Friday, March 31st, 2023.

Tickets are $18-60 in advance and they can be purchased here.

Or you can enter to win a pair!

How? Email your full name to hipindetroit@gmail.com with the subject line #Cannon.

Enter now, the winner will be drawn on March 28th, 2023.


~S

Win Tickets to See Jake Wesley Rogers

Who: Jake Wesley Rogers - Peace, Love & Pluto Tour

What: Playing The Shelter on Tuesday, March 28th, 2023.

Tickets are $25-75 in advance and they can be purchased here.

Or you can enter to win a pair!

How? Email your full name to hipindetroit@gmail.com with the subject line #Jake.

Enter now, the winner will be drawn on March 26th, 2023.


~S

Monday, March 20, 2023

Discovering The Last Rock Band: A Deep Dive Interview with Detroit Musician Ryan Allen

If you're a fan of punk rock, power pop, and/or indie rock, then Ryan Allen is a musician you need to know. Based in Detroit, Allen has been a mainstay in the local music scene for over two decades, performing in several bands and releasing critically acclaimed albums.

His latest solo album, The Last Rock Band, is a must-listen for anyone who loves rock and roll. The album is a reflection on the current state of the music industry and the challenges facing independent musicians in the digital age. It's a raw, honest, and energetic record that showcases Allen's talent as a songwriter and performer.

But who is Ryan Allen, really? To find out, you'll want to tune into our deep dive chat with Ryan on our latest podcast. In this interview, Allen talks about his career, his creative process, and the making of The Last Rock Band. He shares insights and stories from his years in the music industry and gives us a glimpse into the mind of a true rock and roll artist.

Whether you're a diehard fan of Ryan Allen or a newcomer to his music, this interview is not to be missed. You'll gain a deeper appreciation for his artistry and a greater understanding of the challenges facing musicians today. So go ahead and give it a listen – you won't be disappointed.


~S&C

Friday, March 17, 2023

Experience the Magic of Cult Cinema Classics: A New Movie Night Series at the Magic Stick in Detroit

 

Looking for a fun and unique way to experience classic movies on the big screen? Look no further than Cult Cinema Classics, a new movie night series launching at the Magic Stick in Detroit on Monday, March 20th.

Presented by the Majestic Theatre, Cult Cinema Classics will showcase a range of movies across different genres, including noir, horror, sci-fi, fantasy, dramas, thrillers, and dark comedy. But what makes this series truly special is its interactive elements – in addition to the double feature format, there will be themed performances, trivia, games, contests, and discussions with creators and talent during the intermission.

Whether you're a passionate film fan or just looking for a fun social experience, Cult Cinema Classics is sure to delight you. Dress up in theme and join in on the cosplay fun – costume contests, reenactments, and more are encouraged and rewarded!

The first movie night on March 20th will feature a kung fu-inspired double feature by a legendary filmmaker, with an intermission live fight performance by the Detroit Kung Fu Academy. And don't worry about food and drink – Sgt. Pepperoni's will be offering specials with in-seat delivery.

The Magic Stick is located at 4120 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48201. You can learn more about this event and future movie nights by following the Magic Stick on social media on Instagram or Facebook.


~S

Hip in Detroit's Picks for the Weekend - March 17-19

Friday, March 17th - New Twenty Saints and Craig Brown Band @ Outer Limits Lounge: Friday is St. Patrick's Day, so most bars will be packed and pouring green beer. If you're looking to go out, but are hoping to avoid the normal St. Patrick's Day crowds, head over to Outer Limits Lounge. There will still probably be some people dressed in green, but there will also be two great bands playing, New Twenty Saints and Craig Brown Band. $5 gets you in the door and the music starts at 9 p.m.


Friday, March 17th - Feck Off Fest @ The Garden Bowl: Across town there's another show happening on St. Patrick's Day, Feck Off Fest at The Garden Bowl. This free show features 8 bands on 2 stages. The lineup includes Royal Sweets, MRKT, The Mahonies, Prude Boys, WRKT.FM, Suede Brain, and You Dirty Rat!. There will also be a DJ set by DJ Femme Ferale. The fun starts at 11 a.m. and goes until 2 a.m. You have to be 21+ to get in after 8 p.m.


Saturday, March 18th - Midas @ Outer Limits Lounge: Detroit's "solid gold heavy metalers" Midas will be playing Outer Limits Saturday night along with Tower from New York and Vicious Blade from Pittsburgh. Heavy & Beyond will provide the tunes in between sets. Cover is $15 and things kick off at 8 p.m.


Saturday, March 18th - Angel of Mars @ Reware Vintage: Reware Vintage is having a show this Saturday! Shop their vintage wares and listen to live music from Angel of Mars, Gator Pit, and Something is Waiting from Chicago. Music will start at 7:30 p.m. and all ages are welcome. Cover is by donation, so pitch in what you can. 


Saturday, March 18th - Haute to Death @ Marble Bar: If you're not in the mood for a show and you'd rather dance the night away, head to Marble Bar this Saturday night. Haute to Death will be taking over for their monthly party. Tickets start at $6 and can be purchased here. The fun starts at 10 p.m. and goes until 3 a.m. 21+ are welcome. 



~C

Friday, March 10, 2023

Sunday Sunday Sunday: Hype Market at Norwest Gallery of Art

Attention all streetwear enthusiasts and art lovers! Norwest Gallery of Art is proud to present Hype Market, a monthly pop-up shop featuring limited-edition street apparel and home furnishings designed by local artists. The first Hype Market will showcase the works of Seydehwon Nagbe, a self-taught artist from Detroit, Michigan.

Seydehwon Nagbe's unique style and perspective come from his background growing up in a low socioeconomic area, his devotion to his Jewish faith, and his love for basketball. Seydehwon has been mentored by renowned Detroit-based artist Judy Bowmen and is excited to showcase his work at Hype Market.
Hype Market's opening event is on Saturday, March 11th, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. The regular store hours will be Thursday and Friday, 1-5 p.m. (by appointment only), Saturday 12-6 p.m., and Sunday 12-4 p.m. Call (313) 293-7344 to make an appointment.

Don't miss this opportunity to support local artists and take home unique and elevated streetwear and home furnishings!

~S




Thursday, March 9, 2023

Win Tickets to See Betty Who at Saint Andrew's Hall

Who: Betty Who wsg Shea Coulee

What: Playing Saint Andrew's Hall on Saturday, March 18th, 2023.

Tickets are $30-90 in advance and they can be purchased here.

Or you can enter to win a pair!

How? Email your full name to hipindetroit@gmail.com with the subject line #Betty.

Enter now, the winner will be drawn on March 16th, 2023.


~S

Wednesday, March 8, 2023

Discover the Creative Process Behind Planet Ant Theatre and Good Ground with Director Darren Shelton on Our Latest Podcast

Our latest podcast is a must-listen for anyone interested in the Detroit theatre and arts scene! Featuring Darren Shelton, Executive Director of the beloved Planet Ant Theatre, the podcast covers everything from the history of the theater to the importance of improv and theatre in our lives.

But that's not all - Darren also talks about his latest venture, Good Ground, a party-throwing DJ collective in Detroit that's taking the city by storm. This is the perfect opportunity to learn more about an innovative artist and to get a behind-the-scenes look at the creative process behind Planet Ant's success.

So grab your headphones and get ready for an engaging and entertaining conversation with Darren Shelton.


~S

Win Tickets to See Steel Panther's On The Prowl World Tour at The Fillmore


Who: Steel Panther - On The Prowl World Tour

What: Playing The Fillmore Detroit on Tuesday, March 21st, 2023.

Tickets are $25-$49 in advance and they can be purchased here.

Or you can enter to win a pair!

How? Email your full name to hipindetroit@gmail.com with the subject line #Panther.

Enter now, the winner will be drawn on March 20th, 2023.


~S

Monday, March 6, 2023

Last Chance Saloon: A Retro Bar Bringing Back the 70s with Delicious Cocktails and Laid-Back Vibes

The Last Chance Saloon, a new bar located in the Corktown neighborhood of Detroit, is bringing back the 70s with its unique atmosphere and cocktail menu. This laid-back bar is all about having fun and enjoying some drinks with friends.

The bar's interior is a throwback to the 70s, with vintage d├ęcor, cozy seating, dim lighting, and a disco ball creating a relaxed and inviting atmosphere. The menu features a variety of cocktails that are sure to put a smile on your face, like the Wisconsin Old Fashioned, which is touted as the "best worst old fashioned" and the Harvey Wallbanger, made with Galliano, vodka, and OJ.

But don't worry, if cocktails aren't your thing, they also offer beer and cheap whiskey, just like the good old days. The Fuzzy Navel, made with gin, peach liqueur, and orange, and the Blue Hawaiian, made with rum and blue stuff blended up, are also popular choices among patrons.

Last Chance Saloon is open from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, and from 5 p.m. to 12 a.m. on Sundays through Tuesdays. So, if you're looking for a place to kick back, have some fun, and enjoy a drink with friends, the Last Chance Saloon is definitely worth a visit.


~S

Win Tickets to See Soraia w/ The Idiot Kids + Checker & Absentees + a Vinyl Copy of Soraia's New Album “Bloom”

What: Playing Small's Thursday, March 16th, 2023.

Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 the day of the show and they can be purchased here.

Or you can enter to win a pair!

How? Email your full name to hipindetroit@gmail.com with the subject line #Soraia.

Enter now, the winner will be drawn on March 13th, 2023.


~S

Friday, March 3, 2023

Hip in Detroit's Picks for the Weekend - March 3 - 5

Friday, March 3rd - Sunday, March 5th -Astronomicon @ Burton Manor: We already told you about Astronomicon, but we wanted to remind you because this event is going to be a blast. The pop culture convention features vendors, live music, and lots of stars, including Kevin Smith, Jay Mewes, Jason Lee, Joey Lauren Adams, John Lovitz, and more. Tickets start at $30 with weekend and VIP passes also available.

Friday, March 3rd – FRED 3 Release Party @ Ghost Light: This Friday night, Ghost Light will host an incredible night of music with Detroit’s one and only musical koala bear, Fred, along with Illingsworth and James Linck, who will be performing with a full band. Cover is $10, doors open at 8 p.m., and the music starts at 9. Check out Fred’s new release FRED 3 here.


Friday, March 3rd & Saturday, March 4th - Corktown Music Festival: Five venues in Corktown will host about 80 musical acts this weekend for the Corktown Music Festival. The fest will take place Friday and Saturday night at Lager House, Nancy Whiskey, Batch Brewing Co., 2000 Brooklyn, and the Gaelic League (Friday only). Some of the acts performing include Burn Maralago, Carmel Liburdi, Choking Susan, Mike Leslie, Winestoned Cowboys, Macho, Brenda, and Death Cat. Check out the full list of who’s playing and when here. Wristbands are available for $20 (cash only) at all the participating venues and that wristband gets you in all the venues both nights. All proceeds go to help 4Paws 1 Heart. 18+ are welcome. The fun starts around 7 p.m. both nights.

Friday, March 3rd & Saturday, March 4th – Cagliostro III @ The Narthex: Cagliostro is an immersive DIY art exhibition featuring sort of creepy art from over a dozen artists. Artists include LGRDMN, Red Made This, Micah Ulrich, Jesse Jacobi, Bakpak Durden, Moonlight, Doomvana, Breezy Tucker, Nika Urban, Calvin Waterman, Rob Mills, S. Hirsack, and John Dunivant. You may recognize some of these names as popular artists in the area and some for being affiliated with Theatre Bizarre. The exhibit also features an original score to accompany the art. The event goes from 7 p.m. – midnight each night. Tickets are sold out, but there was a last minute venue change. So keep an eye out in case more tickets magically pop up.

Friday, March 3rd - Frank White @ Small’s: After disappearing for years, Frank White is back and playing Small’s this Friday night. They will be joined by Break Anchor, Norcos Y Horchata, and Lily Livers. Cover is $15, all ages are welcome, and doors open a 7 p.m.

 

~C


Win Tickets to See POP EVIL wsg The Word Alive and Avoid

Who: AEG Presents POP EVIL wsg The Word Alive and Avoid

What: Playing at the Royal Oak Music Theatre on Saturday, March 18th, 2023.

Tickets are $25-49.50 in advance and they can be purchased here.

Or you can enter to win a pair!

How? Email your full name to hipindetroit@gmail.com with the subject line #skeletons.

Enter now, the winner will be drawn on March 16th, 2023.


~S

Win Tickets to See Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band - Trouble Is...25th Anniversary Tour in Grand Rapids Michigan

Who: Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band - Trouble Is...25th Anniversary Tour.

What: Playing GLC Live at 20 Monroe, Grand Rapids, MI on Tuesday, March 14th, 2023.

Tickets are $35-125 in advance and they can be purchased here.

Or you can enter to win a pair!

How? Email your full name to hipindetroit@gmail.com with the subject line #Kenny.

Enter now, the winner will be drawn on March 12th, 2023.


~S

Win Tickets to See New Found Glory at Flagstar Strand Theatre

Who: The Crofoot Presents New Found Glory and Special Guest Leanna Firestone

What: Playing The Flagstar Strand on March 12th, 2023.

Tickets are $36 in advance and they can be purchased here.

Or you can enter to win a pair!

How? Email your full name to hipindetroit@gmail.com with the subject line #NFG.

Enter now, the winner will be drawn on March 10th, 2023.


~S