Things to Do in Detroit
The Monroe Street Drive-In Powered by Emagine is back in Detroit with a new lineup of fans’ favorite films and festive features. This season’s Drive-In offers outdoor heated seating pods – a perfect fit for your group of family or friends – and a mural by the city’s own Sheefy McFly.
January 2022 - April 10, 2022
At Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit Detroit, you will be immersed in Van Gogh’s works – from his sunny landscapes and night scenes to his portraits and still life paintings. The installation includes the Mangeurs de pommes de terre (The Potato Eaters, 1885), the Nuit étoilée (Starry Night, 1889), Les Tournesols (Sunflowers, 1888), and La Chambre à coucher (The Bedroom, 1889), and so much more.
January 2022 - February 27, 2022
Valade Park will be the go-to destination on the riverfront this winter. Each weekend, starting December 10th, visitors can warm up by oversized outdoor fires, enjoy hot seasonal alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, make s'mores on our custom marshmallow roasters, grab a sled from the Sled Shed (featuring free sleds when it snows), play synthetic ice curling and more.
January 16, 2022
Everything was neon and ugly. Color combinations were the worst. Fashion was weird, music was over-digitized and it was an awesome time to be alive.
Relive one of the most interesting decades while listening to some of your favorite 80’s pop music, drinking some popular cocktails from the 80s, and enjoying some great brunch specials from Coop, Bangkok 96, and Momo Cha.
January 20, 2022 - January 30, 2022
Jump to the beat with your friends on Sesame Street! Join the fun with an interactive show that unfolds on one of the world’s most famous streets at the funniest, furriest party in the neighborhood … get ready for Sesame Street Live! Let’s Party!
January 22, 2022 & January 23, 2022
History, heritage, legacy, lines. Dance Theatre of Harlem pushes the pinnacle of balletic expression with this exhilarating mixed repertory program that features two Detroit premieres. Passage, a ground-breaking contemporary work from choreographer Claudia Schreier, examines the fortitude of the human spirit in recognition of the 400th anniversary of enslaved Africans arriving in Virginia. Higher Ground, the brilliant, Stevie Wonder-inspired social anthem from resident choreographer Robert Garland, is “a marvel” (The New York Times).