Nov 30 Wednesday
Enjoy smooth music and Mario Kart 8 from your barstool! Four racers can go head to head at a time. Drinks encouraged!
Dec 01 Thursday
Blues and boogie-woogie pianist Mark Lincoln Braun has become one of the premiere purveyors of a vanishing art. Having learned his craft first-hand from the early masters, he is a rare living link to the first generation of blues and boogie pianists.
Dec 02 Friday
Peter Madcat Ruth is a Grammy Award-winning virtuoso harmonica player based out of Ann Arbor, Michigan. He has established an international reputation through his exhilarating, riveting virtuosity on the harmonica. His expertise on this instrument has amazed audiences world-wide. Performance Magazine refers to him as "A harmonica virtuoso who is rapidly approaching legend status."
Hailing from the Ann Arbor area, the Pontiac Trail Blazers have been the house bluegrass band for Detroit Street Filling Station since 2017. They are often joined by a bevy of special guests and focus on the beautiful harmonies and acoustic prowess that are unique to their Bluegrass roots.
Dec 03 Saturday
Formerly known as one-half of nationally-touring Americana outfit Escaping Pavement, Faye Burns comes to the solo world with a wealth of newly gleaned life experiences meeting a seasoned-performers past, and channels those two worlds into song. With a voice that can stir the angels and intricate guitar arrangements, Burns moves with ease between unexpected and delightful re-workings of popular songs to emotion-packed originals that can just as easily build into a delightful fervor as bring a tear to your eye.
Handel composed his oratorio Messiah over the course of a single month in 1741, six months before its triumphant premiere at a new concert hall in Dublin. Nearly 300 years later, Handel’s Messiah fills Hill Auditorium with its ravishing beauty brought to life by friends and colleagues from the community. Music director Scott Hanoian conducts the UMS Choral Union and the Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra in this annual holiday tradition.
¡Los sábados son sociales en 734 Brewing Company! Come dance, eat, drink, and enjoy the company of good people. Que vengan novios, amigos, o enemigos a disfrutar del sábado con nosotros.
DJ SlwPk & Dancing: 9p - 1a.
Dec 04 Sunday
Dec 07 Wednesday
Dec 08 Thursday
Join us Thursday, December 8th at 7:00 PM at the Leon Loft (715 W. Ellsworth Rd, Ann Arbor, MI) for a night of music, poetry, and community. The event will feature performances by local spoken-word poet Lilly Kujawski and neo-soul singer Where She Creep. Tickets are $5 at the door.
The Slam format is competitive, with participants signing up to perform original spoken word poetry and compete for a chance to win cash prizes at the end of the night. Poems are judged by the audience across several metrics, and the first, second and third place performers will be awarded $100, $50, and $25 respectively.
What is a Poetry Slam?Spoken word poetry plays a vital role in our culture as a powerful means of self-expression. The Poetry Slam is an inspiring place for artists and audience members to gather and connect as we survive and thrive in challenging times.Lively slam events energize poetry. At the event, you'll enjoy original poetry and live music. Between performances, DJ Megi keeps the beats rolling. Audience members serve as judges, and we'll award cash prizes at the end of the night to the poets with the highest scores.
Slam poetry is an artistic movement that helps to define the collective psyche of our times. It's a voice of the community, by the community.