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Wednesday, April 29, 2015

So, where are you supposed to buy wristbands for Blowout?

Posted By on Wed, Apr 29, 2015 at 2:27 PM

Once tonight's Blowout opening bash at St. Andrew's Hall is over, those $20 wristbands that grant you an all-access weekend pass will no longer be available. Instead, three-day passes will go up to $30 and one-day passes will cost you $20. Both three-day and one-day passes will still grant wearers entry to any venue participating in Blowout. 

But where are you supposed to GET those wristbands? After tonight three-day passes will be available at all Blowout locations, but getting one-day passes will be a little trickier.



On Thursday, one-day passes will be available at the beer garden behind Woodward Avenue Brewers and Rust Belt Market in Ferndale; at Jumbo's and HopCat in Detroit; and at Small's and New Dodge Lounge in Hamtramck. 

On Friday and Saturday, one-day passes will be available at the beer garden behind Woodward Avenue Brewers and Rust Belt Market in Ferndale; HopCat, Jumbo's, PJs Lager House, and Majestic Cafe in Detroit; and at Small's and New Dodge Lounge in Hamtramck. 

You can also purchase wristbands online. After tonight your printed ticket can be exchanged for that special wristband at Woodward Avenue Brewers starting at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. 

Three-day, all-access wristbands will be available for $20 online tonight until midnight. 

And now you know.

Check mtblowout.com for tickets and info. Click here for our Blowout coverage. 

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