From concerts and parades to film festivals and more, there’s plenty to do in Metro Detroit this March
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By Arianna Endicott
Fox Theatre, 2211 Woodward Ave., Detroit
With the release of their ninth studio album, Nightfall, Grammy-winning group Little Big Town are hitting road to bring their Nightfall Tour to Detroit. Listen to their latest single, “Sugar Coat,” here.
Cost: Starting at $24, via Ticketmaster
10 a.m. — 10 p.m.
8 Degrees Plato Detroit, 3409 Cass Ave., Detroit
Legend says that the Nain Rouge is the harbinger of doom for Detroit, and the only way to keep him away is to join in on this fun parade full of floats, marching bands, costumes and more! All participants are encouraged to come ready to show their Detroit pride!
Michigan Theater, 603 E Liberty St., Ann Arbor
Each year the Ann Arbor Film Festival welcomes filmmakers and audiences from all over the world to view more than 180 films from all genres, from animation to documentaries to fiction and more. Fun fact: The fest is Academy Award-qualifying, which means filmmakers are eligible for cash prizes and an Oscar.
Cost: Varies; passes available on aafilmfest.org
The Fox Theatre, 2211 Woodward Ave, Detroit
This tribute performances brings hits from the Beatles’ legendary 1969 LP Abbey Road to life. Never got to see John, Paul, George and Ringo live? Consider this the next best thing.
Cost: Starting at $25; available via Ticketmaster
Eastern Market Shed #3, 2934 Russell St., Detroit
Have you ever wondered what lies beneath Motown? Or what werewolves have to do with the city? Then this bus tour — which takes participants around Detroit to explore the city’s strangest history — is just the activity for you.
Cost: $47 via detroithistorytours.com
The Rust Belt Market, 22801 Woodward Ave., Ferndale
This fundraiser for the Ferndale Cat Shelter & Catfe Lounge will feature live entertainment, dinner, silent auctions and a cat cuddle area! Vegan meals can be provided, and all attendees must be 18+.
Cost: $50—$500 via Eventbrite