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DHD Detroit Charity Event

For those unaware, DHD-Detroit is an organization geared toward helping Detroit’s less fortunate. Co-founded by rapper Backstab the Kingpin (what a name for such a generous man), the organization will have its fundraiser at the Old Shillelagh on Thursday. $15 will get you access to a full buffet, a vast array to choose from, and live music featuring the likes of Awesome Dre and Chosen By Fate. Partying for a good cause: doesn’t that just sound awesome? (21+)

Venue Details

  • Old Shillelagh

    349 Monroe St., Detroit Greektown

    (313) 964-0007; (313) 964-0096 (FAX)

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