Things to do in southeast Michigan for the 4th of July.
Visitors can see what life was like 100 years ago and take a walk down the streets of old Detroit.
The weather this weekend is absolutely perfect to see a hot air balloon fly through Metro Detroit, which is perfectly timed for the 38th Michigan Challenge Balloonfest.
Play human foosball, oversized darts, and more at the Detroit Booze Carnival in Eastern Market.
Things to do in Metro Detroit on June 24, 25, and 26.
Tickets for the UP Fall Beer Festival in Marquette will be on sale soon.
Rochester Mills Beer Co. is celebrating turning 24 this month.
Things to do in Metro Detroit on June 17, 18, and 19.
Supernatural Brewing in Livonia is hosting a beer pairing dinner to raise money for Bees in the D.
A filmmaker is bringing a town of horror to Michigan by transforming part of the Stagecoach Stop in Irish Hills into a place where it's Halloween all the time.
For the first time in two years, both Red Oaks and Waterford Oaks will be open but they'll have limited days and hours due to the ongoing lifeguard shortage.
Anita Baker will perform in Michigan for the first time in more than 10 years. She's set to take the stage at Little Caesars Arena this summer.
The Detroit Zoo is hosting Tri-County Senior Day on Wednesday for Macomb, Oakland, and Wayne County residents.
Explore the Detroit Zoo while helping blood cancer patients this weekend.
Each June, Detroit City FC supporters pledge a donation per goal scored. At the end of Pride Month, Ruth Ellis Center gets the money.
Detroit will raise a Pride flag to welcome Pride Month.
Hamburger Mary's Ypsilanti is kicking off Pride Month with a day-long celebration featuring drag and musical performances.
The Detroit People Mover is open again after closing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Get costumes, props, decorations, and more at the Halfway to Halloween craft and vendor show in Ann Arbor.
Sip your favorite drinks, play games, and see the animals at an After Hours 21+ Event.