Dally In The Alley is one of Detroit's longest-running events. Organized by volunteers and the North Cass Community Union- All without aid of corporate sponsorship- this festival is set in the unique and historic alleys and streets of the north Cass Corridor. A neighborhood celebration of local musicians, artists, restaurants, vendors and people of all sorts. Dally is open and welcoming to ALL people, regardless of, well, anything. Dally features LOCAL music, art, organizations and vendors.
It's time for the 3rd annual Good Do Up Art Collective! There will be art, skateboarding, live music, vendors, and a fully stocked bar (21+) all in the same place for one night only! Bring your skateboards and all of your homies. Whether you skateboard or not, let's celebrate Detroit art and skateboarding together. $10 entry fee. Must have valid ID to enter. Ages 18+ only. Hosted by Good Do Up Skateboards.
-Nonsense Night is a randomly reoccuring gathering of art & sincerity & chaos & Luv that welcomes all creatures to come exactly as they are & Be The Strange We Wish To See in OUR world.
-Nonsense Night Detroit is the original manifestation of this culture of magic & currently takes place once a month at the Tangent Gallery.
Love-In Detroit reunion is a anti hate, happy happening picnic that will take place on Belle Isle this Spring to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the original Love-In Detroit organized by Trans-Love Energies on Sunday April 30th in 1967.
"A Picnic for the People" to focus on expansion of awareness, healing, celebration, meditation, love and music.
Acoustic performers, artists, poets, etc. are welcome to gather and perform in this undiscriminating, non-judgmental atmosphere for an afternoon of celebration and consciousness. Just show up and jam!
Peace, harmony and mutual respect among all occupants at a beautiful state park in Detroit. Sound good?
Join the global celebration of humanity’s past/present/future in space with this immersive, educational, cinematic party experience!
The Michigan Science Center will once again host Detroit's official entry into this worldwide event - also known as "Yuri's Night" in commemoration of the first spaceflight by Yuri Gagarin on April 12th,1961.www.yurisnight.net
On April 7th and 8th 2016 at Detroit’s Tangent Gallery/Hastings Ballroom, the second annual Detroit International Festival of Animation (DIFA) will celebrate and showcase a wild diversity of animations from animators and filmmakers local and international. DIFA will feature 95 minutes of animated shorts ranging from experimental to quirky as well as more sophisticated mini features.
Come one, Come all! Mercury Entertainment Proudly Presents : The Spring Masquerade : A Distinguished Affair!
The best of the best is back to amaze you once more with fire, acrobatics, juggling, dancing, and more!
This event will be a fundraiser for the very venue we are using, The Tangent Gallery! To deter car break ins, we will be attempting to raise money to get a security system for the building, providing you with a safer showgoing experience! $10 entry. Doors open at 8:30, show begins promptly at 9:30. Don't be late!
The Metro Times & Detroit Mercantile Company Merry Market is a fun and festive event that brings local and regional vendors together in the unique atmosphere of The Detroit Mercantile Co — giving Detroiters, and metro-Detroiters, the opportunity to support local business while shopping for high-quality goods.
This year the Merry Market will be open to the public on Saturday, December 10th and Sunday, December 11th.
Admission is FREE and well-behaved dogs are welcome.
Ditch the malls and shop indie this holiday season at The Lodge! This free, two-day event features a slew of Top-shelf regional artisan vendors and brands PLUS:
Winter Craft Beers
Marshmallow Roasting Station
DJs and more!
Saturday, December 3rd: 9AM - 9PM
Sunday, December 4th: 9AM - 8PM