Mid-October means the leaves are changing and the air is getting crisp. It also means the city is full of events to help us turn a new leaf into the cold weather months. We have a lineup of events to help you groove, shake, and be spooky all through the month.

 Photo via  Prismatica  on Facebook

Photo via Prismatica on Facebook

October 14th-November 19th: Prismatica at Beacon Park is going to be a full on experience of sensory explosion. This interactive art installation allows guests to move over 50 pivoting prisms that reflect the colors of the rainbow and trigger bell-like sounds. The event lasts all day and is open to the public from Oct 14th through November 19th.

Tuesday, October 16th:

Duckwrth brings funk-wave and hip hop to the Pike Room in Pontiac. The rappers blend of masculinity and femininity into his music is so unique it has gained him a cult like following. General admission tickets are on sale at www.ticketweb.com for $13 for general admission.

 Photo via  DUCKWRTH  on Facebook

Photo via DUCKWRTH on Facebook

Friday, October 26th:

The Detroit Riverfront presents “Soiree: Masquerade on the Greenway” at The Dequindre Cut Freightyard-

This masked event benefits the Detroit Riverfront Conservancy. The event will consist of a “harvest feast” and an interactive art show from local artists. There will also be food trucks and craft brews from Detroit breweries. The event runs from 6 PM to 10 PM and is a 21+ event. Tickets, which include the price for the harvest feast, are $50 per person.

 Flyer via  Soirée: Masquerade on the Greenway  on Facebook

Friday, October 26th:

Brockhampton, the self-proclaimed boyband is performing at Masonic Temple. Show goers won’t be able to stand still with the energy brought by these up and coming artists. This Dallas-based group is breaking the stereotypes of hip-hop and making crowds go wild. Tickets are available at Ticketmaster, and we encourage you buy them ahead of time, as this show will most likely sell out. Doors open at 8 PM, and the show starts at 9.

 Photo via @brckhmptn on Twitter

Photo via @brckhmptn on Twitter

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