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Saturday, April 13, 2013

City Slang: Detroit School of Rock and Pop at the Hard Rock Cafe

Posted By on Sat, Apr 13, 2013 at 9:36 PM

Students from the Detroit School of Rock & Pop will perform at the Hard Rock Café in Detroit from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday.

They say, “If you’re part of the family already please come and support everyone! If you haven’t yet decided to be a part of things this is a great opportunity to see what we are all about!”

Tomorrow’s schedule:
Kidz Rock Program:
1 pm - Because We Rock
1:30 pm - The Dramatic Rundowns
DSRP Jazz Experience:
2 pm - Until Further Notice
DSRP Student Band Program:
2:30 pm – Zoinks
3 pm - Irrelevant Elephant
3:30 pm - Rise of the Zebra
4 pm - Destroy the Facility
DSRP Adult Band Program:
4:30 pm - Happy Hour
5 pm – Relic
5:30 pm - Blue Mojo
6 pm - 2 AM
6:30 pm - Eight Mile Curve
7 pm - Drawing Straws

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