Bob Seger, one of Michigan's favorite sons, will be honored with his very own "Mainstreet" in Allen Park.
After a five-month-long street-naming campaign launched by the classic rock station 94.7 WCSX-FM in May, and a 24-hour "Seger-a-
Though the original proposed location for Seger's street was in Ann Arbor on the grounds of Pioneer High School, the 73-year old's alma mater, the official unveiling celebration hosted by WCSX will take place at starting at 4 p.m. outside of Allen Park City Hall with a Seger tribute band and a video compilation of fan messages for the rocker.
For folks looking for a selfie opportunity or for those who want to pay homage by blasting "Like A Rock" while cruising down Bob Seger Boulevard, Allen Park's newest street runs between Southfield Road and Philomene Boulevard.
The street-naming ceremony comes just a month before Seger is set to embark on his 26-show farewell tour which kicks-off at the Van Andel Arena on Nov. 21 in Grand Rapids
For more details regarding the unveiling celebration you can visit WCSX's official website.
Get our top picks for the best events in Detroit every Thursday morning. Sign up for our events newsletter.