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Capuchin Souper Summer Celebration
For the past 33 years, this fundraiser has helped keep a local soup kitchen in business. Sponsored by Ahee Jewelers, this event will turn Comerica Park into Las Vegas with bright lights, performers, tribute acts, showgirls, and Vegas-style gaming. Admission is free, but expect to spend cash on raffle tickets and games. No need to be cheap, all proceeds go directly to Capuchin Soup Kitchen, which helps them provide food and spiritual nourishment to the needy. (21+)

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  • Comerica Park

    2100 Woodward Ave., Detroit Downtown Detroit

    (313) 471-2255

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