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Besides a little biz called the auto industry, Detroit’s No. 2 export worldwide is a rich offering of sonic goods. Motown, techno and great jazz, just to name a few. Some of the hardest-biting music halls and concert venues in Detroit are:
Royal Oak Music Theatre, Royal Oak
The Royal Oak Music Theatre presents an eclectic mix of musical talents. (O)
DTE Energy Music Theatre, Clarkston
DTE Energy Music Theatre offers great outdoor concerts ranging from pop to heavy metal. (O)
Magic Stick, Detroit
The Magic Stick is one of Detroit’s best live music venues. (DD)
Small’s may be small on space, but it’s big on booking the best local and national talent. (DD)
Cliff Bell’s, Detroit
This art deco supper club has live entertainment nightly. (DD)
Magic Bag, Ferndale
Music of all kinds is always on the menu, but comedy and movies and a brew are on the calendar, too. (O)
Clutch Cargo’s, Pontiac
An old church turned nightclub hosts a variety of musical styles. (O)
Dearborn's Ford Community and Performing Arts Center
One of America’s most versatile gathering places. (DW)
Saint Andrew’s Hall, Detroit
One of the best, most intimate, controversial concert halls in The D. (DD)
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~Jay D. -Travel Mentor
Book a dinner cruise or go for a late-night moonlight party aboard the Detroit Princess. The five-story riverboat is back in action for the season.
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