We did it! We got through the winter months and made it to March. Celebrate your spring fever at one of these Detroit events, reposted from our friends at The Detroit I Love.


Wednesday (03/01)

[Music : DJ]

→ (weekly) Two DJs : Two James : 7½P-11P : Resident Vince Patricola welcomes guest DJs.

→ (weekly) Hump at the Pump : Town Pump : 9P-2A : Dance music of all genres by resident DJ Thornstryker.

 (weekly) Bowler Disco : The Majestic : 9P : Featuring guest DJs So Vague spinning disco and dance music on the Garden Bowl lanes.

[Music : Live]

→ (weekly) Motorcity Wine : 9P-12A : Pianist Ian Finkelstein and friends tear through classics and originals.

 El Club : 8P-11P : GZA of Wu Tang Clan , Meyhem Lauren, OKiR, and Sicari

 (weekly) Tom's Tavern : 8P-11P : Ben Luttermoser and Behind the Times

 (weekly) UFO Factory : 9P : Pill, Carphone, and Shells

 (monthly) Skeeto's Funhouse : Marble Bar : 9P : Skeeto on jam with special guests all night long.


 (weekly) Wine Tasting : The Royce : 5½P-7P : Free tasting of a variety of wines.

 (weekly) Rosé Tasting : MotorCity Wine : 5P-7P : Presented by Steven Alexander from De Masion.

 Utopian Dinner : The Hinterlands : 7P-10P : A communal meal and research laboratory seeking to realign our cultural values starting from the dinner plate.


→ (weekly) Planet Funk on Burst Radio : Urban Bean : 7P-11P : Hosts Brent Scudder and Ava Adora with guests.

→ (weekly) Alpha : WDET 101.9FM : 1A-4A : Ghostly International, Paxahau and StudioFeed present electronic music and progressive soul from Detroit.


 MOCAD : 7P-10P : Screening of Eero Saarinen: The Architect Who Saw the Future. Produced by Directed Peter Rosen & Eric Saarinen.

 Fisher Theatre : 8P : Presentation of Hedwig and the Angry Inch


Tom's Tavern was named after former owner Tom Lucas who opened the bar in 1928, back when Seven Mile was still a dirt road on the far outskirts of town.


Thursday (03/02)

[Music : DJ]

→ (weekly) FSDY TV Dinners : TV Lounge : 9P : Guest DJs

 (weekly) Strictly Vinyl : Trixie's Bar : 9P-2A : Guest Prophet Ecks of the Wax Kings with residents Dawson Arvilla and Theresa Chavez.

 Lost in Transit : Old Miami : 10P : Satin Panther and James Koitunchik

 Produkt 313 : UFO Factory : 10P : Electronic body music, new beat, and more.

[Music : Live]

→ (weekly) Motorcity Wine : 9P : Jesse Kramer hits it hard with his trio featuring Kris Kurzawa on guitar, Damon Warmack on bass and Jesse on drums.

 (weekly) Lazy Thursday : The Whisky Parlor : 9P-12A : Spenc Beamon live jazz.

 Wasserman Projects : 7P-10P : Rebecca Foon and Jesse Paris Smith


→ (weekly) STEP 01 : CJAM 99.1FM : 9P-10½P : Hosted by GIN.

→ (weekly) In The Mix : WHFR 89.3FM : 9P-12A : Detroit Deep Sessions Mayor Dj BAM hosts.

→ (weekly) Sound on Fire : Burst Radio : 8P-9P : Trance and progressive house with Kenneth Thomas.

→ (weekly) Alpha : WDET 101.9FM : 1A-4A : Ghostly International, Paxahau and StudioFeed present electronic music and progressive soul from Detroit.


 Storm the Castle : Mindfield : 4P-11P : Open bar, charcuterie, and vinyl DJs.


→ (weekly) Corktown Farmers Market : Detroit Institute of Bagels : 4P-7P : Fresh produce and locally.


 Detroit Center for Design + Technology : 6P-9P : Albert Kahn Exhibit and Social.


→ (weekly) Playspace Studios : 7P-10P : Music workshop and engaging discussion of a specific topic in music making and synthesis.


 (weekly) Our/Movie Night : Our Detroit : 9P : Screening of the New Wave drama Mickey One.

 DP2A Destination 4 - Hollywood in Detroit : Detroit Film Theatre : 7P : Oscar nominated short films.

 Cinema Detroit : 6P-9P : Screening of the documentary She's Beautiful When She's Angry.


 Robert Winthrop Chanler - Outrageous American Modernist : The Scarab Club : 6P-9P : Lecture by Betsy Fahlman, Professor of Art History at Arizona State University, Adjunct Curator of American Art at the Phoenix Art Museum.


 A Katoi Benefit : El Club : 9P : Lady Fantastic, Scarlet Lies, Ryan Spencer, and Lady Monix.


→ (weekly) Checker Bar : 9P : Karaoke with Robby Rob.

 (weekly) Midnight Marauders : 11P-2A : Bike through the city by moonlight.

 (monthly) Euchre 313 : Brew Detroit : 7P-10P : Detroit Up North present a monthly gathering of Michiganders.


The Spirit of Detroit statue was created by Marshall Fredericks. It was commissioned in 1955 for a cost of $58,000, and dedicated in 1958. In its left hand, the large seated figure holds a gilt bronze sphere emanating rays to symbolize God. The people in the figure's right hand are a family group. The 26-foot sculpture was the largest cast bronze statue since the Renaissance when it was first installed. It was cast in Oslo, Norway.


Make it a great week Detroit.