Friday, July 12 - Sunday, July 14
Slightly south of Detroit -- but still in Wayne County -- you’ll find the riverside town of Wyandotte, which will be hosting their 58th annual art fair this weekend. Two hundred fine artists from all around the country will show off their work. Plus, you can snag delicious meals from any one of 25 local restaurants setting up shop while you check out live music and more.
Friday, July 12 - Saturday, July 13
Jack White has become the quiet overlord of Detroit rock and roll, yet Lord White rarely plays in his home city. That’s one of the many reasons the Raconteurs’ two-night stint at the Masonic Temple is creating a ton of buzz. The other is that the band is promoting their first album in 11 years.
Cost: $45 - $79.50
Friday, July 12
Joseph Walker Williams Community Center
Although this will be the first-ever Detroit Soul Day Festival, Detroit Soul Day was founded decades ago by Clarence “Pee Wee” Harris, a community organizer who sought to create outlets for and celebrations of black culture. In that spirit, this year’s Soul Day Festival will feature top-notch live music, food trucks, a celebrity basketball game, and more.