The event is described as "a celebration of
The "Blessings" rapper decided to take advantage of what he described as a "deep creative space" in February, which he said was the reason for canceling his tour. As evidenced by his recent collaboration with Puma, a partnership with Emagine Theatres, and now, D.O.N. Weekend, it is clear that Big Sean has been staying busy.
Big Sean will host the celebration kick-off June 21 with a private fundraiser for the Motown Museum, followed by a two-day fashion mogul challenge presented by Puma at the Charles H. Wright Museum, where aspiring fashion entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to compete for $25,000.
On Saturday, June 23, the Ford Resource and Engagement Center will host a block party which will be open to the public from noon-10 p.m. The block party will have a cookout, three-on-three basketball tournament, a live DJ, dance-offs, an outdoor movie, and all-you-can-eat Coneys.
This month I'm bossin up and giving back to the city that gave me so much! Detroit, June 21st - 25th I'm doing the 1st ever DON weekend and going all weekend with events for us all to come together on! pic.twitter.com/yXuK5v5o7M— Sean Don (@BigSean) June 4, 2018
In addition to youth engagement events throughout the city, an Occupy the Corner gathering with Councilwoman Mary Sheffield is scheduled during D.O.N. weekend to unite the community and offer voter registration, employment training, expungement services, and utility assistance.
To close out the weekend, the Sean Anderson Foundation
For more information, calendar details, or to enter the Fashion Mogul Challenge, visit the official website at DonWeekend.org
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