10 things to do this weekend in Metro Detroit


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DETROIT – Monster Jam roars into Ford Field and Blake Shelton takes us ‘back to the Honky Tonk’
10 things to do this weekend in Metro Detroit
Outdoorama (Suburban Collection Showplace), through Sunday: Celebrate the great outdoors of Michigan at the 50th annual Outdoorama. Explore five acres of conservation displays, boats, hunting and fishing gear, marine accessories and so much more. Don’t miss the Timberworks Lumberjack competition, Live Birds of Prey and the Trout Pond. Shop for your new boat or learn all about the wildlife of our great state at numerous seminars throughout the day. Admission is $12 for adults, $5 for children 6 to 14, free for children under 5. More info and tickets here.
Pretty Woman: The Musical (Fisher Theatre), through Sunday: One week only. Based on one of the most beloved movies of all time, Pretty Woman is now a big Broadway musical. With all of your favorite moments from the film now live on stage, including Roy Orbison and Bill Dee’s iconic titular song. Tickets start at $40. Showtimes and tickets here.
Blake Shelton (Little Caesars Arena), Friday 7 p.m.: Are you ready to go “Back To The Honky Tonk”? One of country music’s biggest stars and host of NBC’s The Voice is bringing his biggest hits across America. In a setting that promises to feel like a wild country bar, Blake Shelton’s latest show will be a night you’ll never forget. He’ll be joined by Dustin Lynch and Emily Ann Roberts from The Voice. Tickets start at $49. Get tickets here.
Great Lakes Comic Convention (Macomb Expo Center), Friday to Saturday: Collectors and cosplayers unite for one of the largest selections of comics, toys and celebrities. Featured guests include Jim Henson cartoonist Guy Gilchrist and WWE Hall of Famer Eric Bischoff. Full schedule and passes here.
Lunar New Year (Valade Park), Friday to Sunday: Celebrate the Year of the Dragon at the final weekend of Winter at Valade. Enjoy a feast at the international food truck rally or sit down and watch live cultural dance performances by local performers. No Lunar New Year would be complete without a parade and lion dance on Sunday. Admission is free. Full schedule here.
Monster Jam (Ford Field), Saturday and Sunday: Colossal trucks fly high and roar as Monster Jam transforms Ford Field into a massive dirt track where world-class athletes compete head-to-head riding 12,000-pound machines. Catch fan-favorite monster trucks like El Toro Loco, Megalodon and Grave Digger perform stunts, tricks and back flips. Upgrade your ticket with a Pit Party pass to get an up-close look at the trucks, meet drivers and pit crews and take pictures. Tickets start at $30. Get tickets here.
St. Con’s GreekFest 2024 (Hellenic Cultural Center), Saturday and Sunday: The festival that invites you to be “Greek for a day” is back. Centered around the culinary delights of Greece: spanakopita, gyros, souvlaki and more, GreekFest is feast for the senses. Find Greek gifts at the Plaka marketplace, try Greek beer at the taverna and enjoy traditional Greek dance and folk music. Opens at noon and closes at 9 p.m. on Saturday and 6 p.m. on Sunday. Tickets are $3 per person. More info here.
Dog Dayze on the Farm (Blake’s Orchard & Cider Mill), Saturday 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.: Bring your furry friends up to the farm for a one-mile walking trail through the orchard. After the trail, make new four-legged friends at the Orchard Square Tent for food, drinks, music, a doggy kissing booth and enter the raffle for fun prizes. All pets must be leashed at all times. Tickets are $7.95. More info and tickets here.
On Your Feet! (Fox Theatre), Saturday 2:30 p.m.: With 26 Grammys between the two, the true story of Gloria and Emilio Estefan comes to life on stage in a musical filled with iconic music like “Rhythm is Gonna Get You,” “Conga”, and so much more. Tickets start at $30. Get tickets here.
Chili’in the Ville (Downtown Northville), Sunday 1 to 4 p.m.: Northville is bringing the heat for the second year in a row. After a successful chili competition last year, this year promises to be bigger and better. With over a dozen competitors this year vying for the top prize, you’re sure to find your new favorite. Each ticket includes eight samples. While the chili may be hot, the ice sculptures are even hotter. In between bites, take a look around the fantasy-themed cold creations like dragons, fairies and unicorns. More info here.
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