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Lifestyle Things to do in Metro Detroit

5 Things to Do the Week of June 10

Published June 9, 2019 by

Enjoy your week watching the award-winning musical “Anastasia,” tasting cuisine around Midtown and grooving at a free jazz concert.

Compiled by Ri’An Jackson

Feature photo via DTE Music Theatre 

June 11-23

“Anastasia” Broadway Show

Anastasia MusicalPhoto via Broadway in Detroit Facebook

Fisher Theatre

3011 W. Grand Blvd., Detroit

Based on the beloved animated film, the critically acclaimed Broadway musical “Anastasia” is coming to the Fisher Theatre June 11-23. Experience a family-friendly journey in a fairytale land filled with romance and beautiful music. Tickets are available at Ticketmaster.

June 11

Barrels N Bites

Barrels N Bites Midtown DetroitPhoto via Detroit Foodie Tours Facebook

5:30-9:30 p.m.

Midtown Detroit

Calling all food lovers! Travel around Midtown restaurants to taste delicious cuisine prepared by local chefs and samples of craft beer and wine. Tickets start at $20 on Eventbrite.

June 13

Campfire Glass Adventure Class

Glass Academy Photo via Glass Academy Facebook

6 p.m.

The Glass Academy

25331 Trowbridge St., Detroit

Create your own handmade ornaments at this beginner-friendly glass blowing class. From flowers to paperweights, you can make a variety of beautiful items with your personal touch. Along with the class, you can shop in the gallery and tour the studio. Tickets start at $58 here.

June 14

Jazz at Beacon Park

Beacon ParkPhoto via @beaconparkdetroit Instagram

7-9 p.m.

Beacon Park

1901 Grand River Ave., Detroit

Summer is here which means it’s time for summer concerts! Come to Beacon Park on June 14 for a summertime jazz concert with music from local artist Alvin Waddles. Admission is free.

June 15

99.5 WYCD Hoedown

99.5 WYCD HoedownPhoto via DTE Energy Music Theatre Facebook

3 p.m.

DTE Music Theatre

7774 Sashabaw Road, Clarkston

If you’re a fan of country music, spend your Saturday at the 37th annual 99.5 WYCD Hoedown. With a headlining performance by Brantley Gilbert and many other acts like Joe Nichols and Caylee Hammack spread across three stages, this festival will be a highlight of the summer. Tickets start at $29.50 at Ticketmaster.

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