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Three straight days of electronic music at Hart Plaza, with multiple stages and dozens of musicians and DJs. That’s what made Movement the ultimate stage for the city to flex its electronic music muscle — and made it No. 1 in this formidable category. After all, Detroit is the place that founded techno music. And did we mention the afterparties?
The annual celebration of art, music and cuisine in Royal Oak features more than 200 performances on 10 stages, a juried fine arts show plus tons of food from local restaurants.
The 2-day, 3-night Ferndale event brings together Do-it-yourselfers (local artists, crafters, businesses, groups, musicians, restaurants, brewers and more) to showcases creative energy, independent spirit and innovative local talent.
It began as an inner city art fair in 1977 and has evolved into a performing arts festival loaded with great musical talent, good beer, arts & crafts and more.
For more than 30 years, the Jazz Festival has remained one of Detroit's signature cultural events and one of the the largest free-of-charge jazz festivals in North America. It attracts crowds estimated at more than 200,000 annually, shining an international spotlight on the city's remarkable jazz legacy.