From rock-n-roll and comedy legends touring, to art fairs, holiday experiences and the infamous Turkey Trot, check out these fun things to do in Metro Detroit this November.
By SEEN Contributor
SEEN Editor Nicole chatted with Patton about his upcoming show on Saturday, November 6 at the Fillmore Detroit. Read more about Patton, his tour and score your tickets before this insanely hilarious show is sold out!
Holiday shopping is a cinch with All Things Detroit, which founder Jennyfer Crawford is bringing back to Eastern Market for the first time since 2019 to showcase all kinds of hand-crafted and holiday-themed goodies from more than 100 Detroit-area makers.
11/11-12 ROYAL OAK MARKET: ART FAIR EDITION
Arts, beats, and eats — the sixth annual Royal Oak Market: Art Fair Edition has them all. Held over two days at the Royal Oak Farmers Market, the event will feature works from 60 artists, plus live entertainment, food trucks, and craft beer!
The rock icons are stopping by Detroit on their “No Filter” tour, which resumed this fall after the original 2020 dates were put on pause due to the pandemic. Drummer Steve Jordan will replace Charlie Watts, who died in August at age 80 after nearly six decades with the band. Seriously, if you haven’t seen the Stones before, this is a MUST attend concert.
11/25 TURKEY TROT
Happy Thanksgiving! Before polishing off that pumpkin pie, lace up your sneakers and hit the pavement for the Turkey Trot, a Detroit Thanksgiving Day tradition that offers participants the chance to compete in races, ranging f rom 1 mile to a 10K to (if you’re feeling extra fit) the Drumstick Double, a 10K and 5K stacked. Consider your dessert well-earned.
Named by USA Today as ‘America’s best Thanksgiving Day parade’ two years in a row! If you haven’t ever been, or just haven’t been in years, check out this year’s parade in downtown Detroit to find out why. Whether watching live or tuning in from home, this is a wonderful tradition we are lucky to call our own.
“Sussudio, a great, great song. A personal favorite” – Patrick Bateman. Genesis’ “The Last Domino?” tour — the band’s first outing since 2007 and also its farewell trek — is coming to town. Fans can expect career-spanning hits and rarities from Phil Collins, who will be joined by Genesis co-founders Mike Rutherford and Tony Banks, as well as Collins’ son, Nic, on drums.