Sunday, May 5, 2013

City Slang: Concert of Colors lineup revealed

Posted By on Sun, May 5, 2013 at 10:32 PM

The lineup for this year’s Concert of Colors and, as is so often the case, Don Was’ Detroit All-Star Revue has got the city’s tongues a-wagging.

The two surviving members of the MC5, Wayne Kramer and Dennis Thompson will play together, joined by Mosaic Youth Theatre Singers, Ty Stone, Howlin’ Diablos, Rev. Robert Jones, the Hounds Below, Katie Grace, Emmanuel Young & Howard Glazer, Drew Shultz & Detroit Legends, the Hand Grenades, Pat Lewis, Passalacqua, and Jeecy & The Jungle.

Other highlights of the festival include the Family Stone, and a whole bunch of different styles of music from around the world. Get more information here.

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