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Sunday
Nov192017

AEG Presents: Children of Bodom - 20 Years Down and Dirty Tour w/ Carach Angren, LOST SOCIETY & Uncured

Fully 20 years into the tough, heroic grind that represents the lifeblood of extreme musicians, Finland metal scientists Children of Bodom have certainly won over crowds globally through a crafted alloy that is theirs alone. But the building of their esteemed career has also been aided an abetted by the simple math of all that work, the intense touring, that inevitable return visit to your town that has made the band’s shows engaging, personable and energetic thrash parties indelibly stamped on the circuit boards of headbangers worldwide. WSG: Carach Angren | LOST SOCIETY | Uncured

$24 Advance / $30 Day of

Wednesday
Nov222017

Whatcha Really Really Want

DJ's spinning classic 90's Pop and Hip Hop on VINLY ONLY!
HOSTED BY
Mr. Belding (Dennis Haskins)

18+ / 8pm/ No Cover / **RSVP**: https://goo.gl/BcP4vD

**RSVP for your chance to win a Free Cabin on Ship-Hop! http://www.shiphop.com/lineup. Airfare included, must be present at the event to win.

Thursday
Nov232017

Annual Thanksgiving Day Breakfast Buffet 

Enjoy a delicious breakfast buffet and watch the Thanksgiving Day Parade march down Woodward Avenue from the warmth of The Majestic Cafe or Garden Bowl.  Proceeds to benefit The Chidren's Center of Detroit. Parking is $10 - first come, first serve.

$30 Adult / $15 Children 12 & Under

Friday
Nov242017

React Presents: Ookay

React Presents: Ookay live at the Magic Stick

Advance Tickets start at $15

Saturday
Nov252017

AEG Presents: EKALI w/ Josh Pan & Y2K

AEG Presents: EKALI - Babylon Tour
wsg: Josh Pan & Y2K

$17 Advance / $20 Day of

Sunday
Nov262017

Maximo Park

Along with post-millennium acts The FUTUREHEADS, FRANZ FERDINAND and KAISER CHIEFS, Geordie art-rockers MAXIMO PARK cast a glamorous shade of post-punk on northern skies, being one of the few privileged guitar bands to ink a deal with cult electronic imprint, Warp Records. Keeping his Northern English brogue intact, singer Paul Smith gives the impression he’s swallowed his parent’s punk/new wave vinyl collection, but with a fresh take on the genre, they somehow pull it off to the Max.

$15 Advance / $18 Day of