Take part in the 22nd season of Summer Sings. Singers are invited to participate in these popular choral reading sessions. As many as 300 singers join each session to sing with some of the nation’s most respected conductors and outstanding soloists. Registration begins at 6:30 p.m., and is $5.00 per session. $5
Join Jan, Artistic Director of the Michigan Shakespeare Festival, for a delightful evening as she answers that frequent question in a format combining history, literary criticism, and pop culture. She will also discuss the 21st Anniversary Season of the Michigan Shakespeare Festival, featuring productions of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Henry IV, and Richard Brinsley Sheridan’s The Rivals. Freehttp://www.aadl.org/events
No longer must you leave Fido at home if you’re hoping to grab an after work aperitif with friends. Drinking with Dogs, a summer series put on by Canine to Five, invites both you and your pup to local watering holes each week. This week’s yappy hour will take place at Northern Lights Lounge, where we suggest you arrive early. These events tend to really pack in the crowds.http://www.caninetofivedetroit.com
The young saxophonist, composer, and music teacher Marcus Elliot is now performing every Tuesday evening at Cliff Bell’s. It’s your opportunity to catch a real young lion in the making. Elliot is a strong, lyrical player and on the path to become a strong band leader as well. He’s been performing in public since he was 15 years old, and has led his own quartet for eight years now. Freehttp://www.cliffbells.com
The Ataris will be playing their "Blues Skies, Broken Hearts...Next 12 Exits" album in its entirety for the first time ever. $15 ADV - $18 DOShttps://www.facebook.com/events/373136519550249/
Ceremony takes the stage at the Majestic Cafe with Pity Sex, Tony Molina, and Sapphic. $12 ADV - $14 DOShttp://www.majesticdetroit.com
One of the hottest summer tours, the Dave Matthews Band performs two full sets on its 2015 summer tour stop at DTE Energy Music Theatre. $40.50 - $85http://www.palacenet.com/events/detail/dave-matthews-band-2
The man who made miserabilism safe for the world is finally set to play here in town, and this either means all the world to you, or else it means not very much at all. No one is a fence-sitter when it comes to the former Smiths singer’s career: You either adore him, or you don’t. According to fans on the silver-haired crooner’s Facebook page, this tour has been going very well. $45 - $75http://www.themasonic.com
36 Crazyfists and The Defiled perform with Forbidden Outcome. The Malcontent and For We Are Many.http://www.thetokenlounge.com
This annual art fair is packed with over 300 artist booths, a workshop, riverfront and street entertainment, food, children's activity areas, and much more.http://www.wyandottestreetartfair.org
This Alt-Americana group is direct from the Rustbelt! The Flutter and Wow band, formed in 2011, is known for their captivating stage presence as they merge vocal harmonies, infectious rhythms, and strings into their brand of Rustbelt Americana. The band has played their original music throughout the Midwest from clubs, to nationally recognized festivals, listening rooms, to barn weddings. They are Detroit Music Award Nominees 2012-2013-2014 for Best Folk Band, Best Acoustic Band, and Best Folk Recording. Their songs will draw you in and take you somewhere!
Baritone and master of the stride piano technique, Alvin Waddles performs his foot stompin' and finger snappin' renditions of the great tunes of the legendary Thomas "Fats" Waller. $0 - $15http://www.dirtydogjazz.com/EventDetail/?id=2906
Join Nicole Macdonald, Steve Panton, and Kathleen Rashid as they talk about their work in the exhibition "Finding a Place in Time: Three Artists and Detroit" Freehttp://www.annarborartcenter.org
Kehlani takes the stage on the, "You Should Be Here," Tour with special guest Pell.http://www.saintandrewsdetroit.com
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