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Detroit draws businesses and conference events like a magnet these days. While work hours may be spent in meetings, evenings remain open to explore the Motor City. With so many recent accolades to its credit, Detroit may be among the most welcoming cities for visitors. We've got insider tips on the best ways to make the most of an evening in Detroit.


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Fall Concert

Detroit music fans are spoiled. We see and hear the best of everything – be it synth-driven rock post-punk, electro or pure pop. Stages big and small across Detroit play host to some hotly anticipated shows this season. Let's embrace sweater weather and these can't miss fall concerts in metro Detroit:


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Hoedown stage
 
Country music super fans line up. It’s nearly time for the 99.5 WYCD Hoedown. This one-day-only festival “draws country music fans from all over the state of Michigan and beyond,” according to Bryant Fillmore, public relations manager, entertainment at The Palace Sports and Entertainment.
 

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Movement Festival 
The countdown is on to Movement Electronic Music Festival, one of the summer’s most highly anticipated events. Electronic music fans from around the world will gather in Hart Plaza along the Detroit River for the 10th annual Memorial weekend celebration.  
 
German electronic music pioneers and Grammy® Lifetime Achievement Award recipients, Kraftwerk, will make their first-ever appearance at Movement as the festival’s Saturday night headliner. The incredible lineup of more than 100 artists, from A to Z (literally — Abbe & Toth to Zip), is available online so fans can map out their game plan.

Here’s what you need to know:


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Sound Board Sound Board
 
Detroit is a music town as much as it is the Motor City, and its devoted fans and music-lovers help draw some big acts to the city. The city’s sound systems and stages don’t skip a beat for the holiday season, so if you’re looking for a fun night out on the town in November and December — or a thoughtful gift idea to be cashed in after the New Year — check out these superstar performers coming to Detroit.


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