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Motown sound put Detroit on the map as a music mecca, but we've got much more than that. Blues, techno, gospel, hip-hop and rock 'n' roll ring out from venues all over town, all the time.
Detroit Opera House
Opera, dance and more in a gorgeous setting. (Downtown Detroit District)
DTE Energy Music Theatre
Pick lawn or pavilion to see A-listers perform at this outdoor venue. (Oakland District)
Hamtramck music scene
Small bars, including one aptly named Small's, showcase underground talent.(Downtown Detroit District)
Riverfront concerts range from Movement http://paxahau.com/ to the Downtown Hoedown. http://wycd.radio.com/shows/wycd-downtown-hoedown/ (Downtown Detroit District)
The city's best bet for a live show. Billiards, dancing, and bowling, too. (Downtown Detroit District)
Motown Historical Museum
"Hear's" where it all started. (Downtown Detroit District)
Stop by the Detroit Welcome Center at 2835 Bagley St. for all your travel information. Free maps, information and clean restrooms! Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. – Beverly C.
Opened in 1904 and designed by Albert Kahn, the Conservatory features five sections and is open year-round Wednesday-Sunday.
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