Detroit Music Weekend

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Detroit Music Weekend
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Detroit Music Weekend Festival Proclaims to the world: “Detroit is open for business!!!”
Background Information


Detroit Entertainment District


6/12/20 - 6/14/20

Location Address

Various venues and spaces across Detroit's Entertainment District.

Festival Office

350 Madison Ave, Detroit


Detroit Music Weekend is a Festival Started in 2017 along Madison Street in the heart of the city's theater district with both Free outdoor concerts and ticketed events. In collaboration with a host of metro Detroit organizations and sponsors, Detroit Music Weekend proclaims it to the world: “Detroit is open for business!!!”

Are you ready to shift into overdrive?

Get ready... It’s coming... In 2020, the world’s attention will be on Detroit as the Detroit Music Weekend meets the North American International Auto Show.
Check back for updates on the largest festival of Cars & Stars on the planet - June 12-14, 2020


Detroit Music Weekend partnering with the City of Detroit, Detroit City Council, Detroit Entertainment District Association, The Carr Center, Detroit Opera House, Motown Museum, Music Hall Center for Performing Arts, R&B Music Hall of Fame and over 40 arts organizations to create this annual destination weekend in Detroit.

Detroit Music Weekend commissions, produce and presents a full spectrum of Metro Detroit’s performing arts with showcase performances and concerts. The weekend will also be filled with cultural exhibits from Detroit’s finest not-for-profit museums and galleries in addition to highlighting all the new restaurants and retail in downtown Detroit.

For the 2017 Inaugural weekend, the Board of Trustees and staff of Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts served as the producing entity. This is a familiar structure to Music Hall’s production of the Detroit Jazz Festival from 1991-2005.

Most importantly, the Detroit Music Weekend harnesses individual cultural organizations’ lists of supporters into a
single, unified marketing approach – signaling the beginning of anew era for a collaborative Detroit. It’s time for a new narrative and a performing arts-based cooperative that unites the city and its suburbs with durable, productive working relationships.

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