From Coney Dogs and Vernors to our unwavering team pride and resilient spirit, there are countless reasons we are #DetroitProud of our city. And whether you grew up here or are visiting for the weekend, there’s always something to discover, uncover, and rediscover in Detroit.
Motor City Comic Con at Suburban Collection Showcase – May 19-21
The biggest and baddest Motor City Comic Con yet is sure to get your adrenaline pumping. Don’t miss special guests like Catherine Tate, Stephen Amell, Christopher Lloyd, and more!
Support growers from all over the Midwest! It’s a great opportunity to explore fresh, local food and handmade goods too. This year, Eastern Market will also be hosting Flower Tuesdays in May. Learn more here.
See Three 6 Mafia, Skrillex, DJ Minx, and over 110 more acts on 6 stages across 3 days. Enjoy live electronic dance music in the birthplace of techno.
Plus, enjoy other events like 8th Annual Detroit International Festival of Animation, 21st Annual Detroit Greek Independence Day Parade, Zoo Brew, and a Tacos N’ Tequila Bar Crawl.
Celebrate a Tigers win at Comerica Park, catch a concert at The Fillmore, and enjoy endless entertainment options on your visit to Detroit.
In May you can catch the Tony-award-winning musical, SIX, and tour stops from Father John Misty, Hayley Kiyoko, Blink 182, Rick Springfield, and more. Explore all events here.
Cinco de Mayo is the perfect time to immerse yourself in Detroit’s Southwest culture. With specials and events happening all week, there’s much to explore.
Whether you’re searching for the perfect Mother’s Day brunch spot or tracking down bottomless mimosas to enjoy while catching up with friends, we’ve got you covered! Check out these mouth-watering Metro Detroit brunch options. Speaking of Mother’s Day, Detroit Wick is hosting a Mother’s Day lab where you can enjoy wax melting, wicking, and scent branding as well as charcuterie, chocolates, and flowers from local Detroit businesses.
Kick off patio season with dining and drinks outside in the sunshine. Stop by one of our favorite patios in the city and make the most of your springtime visit to Detroit.
Or stretch your legs with a walk along the Detroit Riverwalk, recently named the best Riverwalk in the US for the second year in a row. Take the Dequindre Cut Greenway and enjoy the graffiti artwork along the way. Skip the walk and rent a scooter to maximize your time downtown and get around a little quicker. Learn everything you need to know about renting a scooter (and get a few ideas of the hidden gems to explore) here.
Looking for more springtime ideas? Check out this list of 8 must-do activities in the Metro Detroit area this spring.