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Where do the detroit tigers play baseball.

Comerica Park is a ballpark located in downtown Detroit, MI and is the home of the Detroit Tigers of Major League Baseball.

What is the capacity of Comerica Park?

Comerica Park has a seating capacity of 41,297.

Where to stay for a Detroit Tigers Game?

Elite Sports Tours has hotel packages with game tickets to see the Detroit Tigers at home or away. Detroit Tigers Travel Packages with hotel accommodations close to the arena.

When did Comerica Park Open?

Comerica Park opened in 2000, replacing  Tiger Stadium , the team's old ball park. The main entrance to the ballpark is located across the street from the iconic  Fox Theatre and between two historic downtown churches, St. John Episcopal Church and Central United Methodist Church. Outside of the main entrance is a tiger statue that's 15 feet in height.

When did the Detroit Tigers join the MLB?

The Detroit Tigers were stablished on April 25, 1901

Elite Sports Tours has Detroit Tigers Travel Packages including tickets and hotel accommodations to see them at home or on the road. See the Detroit Tigers in any destination this baseball season. Planning a travel package to see the Detroit Tigers play baseball is easier than ever with Elite Sports Tours travel packages. We provide you with hotel accommodations close to the ballpark and a few different baseball ticket options for you to decide on. Take a look at the Detroit Tigers schedule, find the event you are looking for and we will help you build your fully custom Detroit Tigers travel package. Elite Sports Tours is able to provide Detroit Tigers hotel accommodations and baseball tickets packages to any game.

No matter the size of your group, we can customize your Detroit Tigers trip with hotels close to the venue or in downtown and game tickets to the Detroit Tigers event! We work with the best hotel partners to ensure you get the best in your Detroit Tigers Travel Packages.

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Custom baseball travel packages to see any team has never been easier. We have experience helping baseball fans travel to see their team in cities they are unfamiliar with. Our experts will provide you with the best rates for hotels near the venue and in great locations to explore everything else the city has to offer.

When traveling to see a live sporting event we also highly recommend visiting local attractions and restaurants along your journey. We have resources for our client to see what recommendations for Where to Eat in Arizona or other cities when traveling to see the Detroit Tigers during baseball season. We also have a list of things to do in Arizona.

Elite Sports Tours makes booking your Detroit Tigers travel packages easy. Our experienced staff takes all the guesswork out of planning your trip. With experience sending baseball fans to cheer on their team in every city, we have you covered! We make sure your Detroit Tigers trip is a memory that lasts a lifetime!

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Ballparks are located in a variety of areas in each city and finding a good hotel location for your trip is important. Our Detroit Tigers Hotel Packages provide you with options close to the ballpark and local attractions in each city. Hotel packages located walking distance to restaurants, attractions and the game. Picking the right hotel location can make all the difference when planning your Detroit Tigers Travel Package.

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Comerica Park

Catch a spectacular view of the Detroit skyline from Comerica Park, home of the Detroit Tigers. Fans flock to Comerica Park each summer to cheer on the Tigers. Not only home to the Detroit Tigers, Comerica Park has also hosted some of the biggest entertainment acts in the world.

☎ 313-471-7000 2100 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI 48201

REGULAR HOURS Monday – Friday:  11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Closed on Saturdays & Sundays & Non-Game Holidays

GAME DAY HOURS 11:00 a.m. - End of Game For 1:10 p.m. games: 10:00 a.m. - End of Game

Tickets for Detroit Tigers baseball games & concerts at Comerica Park are available at the Comerica Park Box Office, and online at  tigers.com/tickets  or by calling 313-471-7000 . Online ticket links for Comerica Park concerts can also be found at  313Presents.com/ComericaPark .

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Comerica Park is dedicated to accommodating the needs of guests with disabilities and their families/friends so they may enjoy their visit to Comerica Park. Comerica Park meets the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The staff at Comerica Park is pleased to offer the very best in service to all of our guests and is proud of our training in accessibility services. In the event a guest has not received or needs disabled seating not previously required, prior to entering Comerica Park they should proceed to the Main Box Office Customer Service Window. 

  • ALL BAGS, PURSES & CLUTCHES LARGER THAN 4" x 6" x 1.5" ARE PROHIBITED.
  • SINGLE COMPARTMENT BAGS, WALLETS & CLUTCHES SMALLER THAN 4" x 6" x 1.5" WITH OR WITHOUT A HANDLE STRAP ARE PERMITTED.
  • Bags, wallets and clutches needed due to medical necessity. Medical necessity include Diaper bags, Breast pumps, Oxygen, Insulin, Epi-pens and other medical devices
  • Authorized Diaper and Medical bags are required to be smaller than 16" x 16" x 8"

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  • BAGS, PURSES & CLUTCHES LARGER THAN 4" x 6" x 1.5" ARE PROHIBITED.

I only carry cash, how will I pay for items at the venue?

All points of sale at Comerica Park require cashless payment methods. Guests can conveniently convert their cash to a VISA card with no fees or extra charges at a Reverse-ATM located on the concourse. After inserting cash into the kiosk, the dispensed card will hold the same exact value as the cash that is inserted. The VISA card can be used to make a purchase at the venue and at any location that accepts VISA.

What is the smoking policy?

Comerica Park is a smoke free venue, including e-cigarettes and vape pens.

Can I bring a camera in the ball park?

Guests are welcome to bring still and video cameras into the ballpark and may take pictures from their seats during the game. Guests are asked to refrain from standing in aisles or obstructing others from viewing the game while taking pictures. Professional lenses and lenses larger than 80 mm, tripods, unipods, monopods and selfie sticks are not permitted in the ballpark.

How do I contact lost and found?

Items turned during an event may be claimed at the main Guest Services office located behind section 130. After an event, guests can click this link to submit a missing item form. 

Will the event be canceled due to inclement weather?

Comerica Park rarely cancels or postpones events due to inclement weather. Please be advised that tickets for all events are sold on a non-refundable and non-exchangeable basis (this stipulation is clearly marked on each ticket). Should a decision be made to cancel or postpone an event, the information will be posted immediately through the venue's social media outlets.

What are door times?

Gates are scheduled to open 90 minutes prior to game start for baseball games, and 60 minutes prior to show start for concerts. Gate times are subject to change.

Can I bring an Umbrella?

Collapsible umbrellas are allowed. For the comfort and clear viewing of all guests, it is requested that those using umbrellas be considerate of those around them. (Golf umbrellas, umbrellas with pointed tips, and oversized umbrellas are not permitted inside the gates.) Guests will be asked to take their umbrella down if it is obstructing the view of other guests.

What are the set times for my event?

Set times for each event varies, and are subject to change.

Where is the rideshare drop off?

The designated ridesharing staging area is on the westbound Fisher Service Drive at Woodward.

Nursing Mothers

Nursing pods are available at section 210 and near section 130 near the Guest Services office.

What is the Guest Code of Conduct?

Comerica Park and the Detroit Tigers are committed to creating a safe, comfortable and enjoyable experience for all guests. To provide these types of experiences, we have standards and expectations for all guests and visitors. The Guest Code of Conduct outlines those expectations and policies. 

  • Treat everyone with respect and dignity by displaying proper etiquette as outlined below. Guests should refrain from any action that disrupts other guests' enjoyment of the event 
  • Do not engage in any unruly behavior, including obscene gestures, derogatory, vulgar, biased or abusive language directed at guests, venue personnel, artists, or anyone else. This includes the use of such language, actions or gestures concerning a person’s race, ethnicity, color, gender, religion, creed, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression or national origin; or to instigate, incite or encourage violence, a confrontation or threat of physical harm
  • Refrain from wearing any clothing or displaying signage/products that contains obscene or indecent messages or signs. Comerica Park reserves the right to prohibit anything deemed inappropriate
  • Do not fight, throw objects or attempt to enter or interfere with the performance area
  • Consume alcoholic beverages responsibly and avoid intoxication, diminished capacity or impairment by alcohol or drugs. Guests must be at least 21 years of age to consume alcoholic beverages 
  • Sit only in your ticketed seat and show your ticket when asked by venue personnel
  • Do not exit with the expectation to re-enter the venue after scanning of tickets
  • Refrain from smoking inside the venue. Comerica Park is a non-smoking 

Guests must comply with reasonable requests from venue personnel. Those who refuse may be subject to ejection without refund, revocation of season tickets and possible arrest and/or prosecution. Guests are encouraged to utilize our text assist tool and/or share any concerns during the event with our venue personnel as soon as possible. Confidentially text "SECURITY" to 39844 (standard message rates apply). Guests may tweet @ComericaPark for any questions or concerns that may arise while in Comerica Park, or visit the Guest Services Offices near sections 130, 210 or 330.

What are the health & safety measures in place at the venue?

The health and safety of our guests, staff and performers is our first priority. Please visit our Health & Safety Protocol page for more information.

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Do you offer sensory-friendly options?

Little Caesars Arena, the Fox Theatre, Pine Knob Music Theatre, Meadow Brook Amphitheatre, Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre and Comerica Park have partnered with and gained certification with KultureCity, making all events hosted at the venues sensory inclusive. This initiative promotes an accommodating and positive experience for all guests and fans with sensory needs. Event staff are trained by leading medical professionals on how to recognize guests with sensory needs and how to best handle a sensory overload situation.

Sensory bags, equipped with noise canceling headphones, fidget tools, and verbal cue card are available to all guests who may feel overwhelmed by the environment. Guests wishing to check out sensory items must sign a waiver and leave a driver’s license or credit card, which will be returned upon receipt of the sensory items in the same condition. Sensory items are available at the main Guest Service Office located at section 130 and are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis and are provided free of charge.

Are there bike racks near Comerica Park?

There are two bike rack locations for guests visiting Comerica Park. One set of bike racks are located on Montcalm St. outside of the McLaren Garage and the second set of bike racks are located on Adams St.

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Home of the Detroit Tigers

Comerica Park is located in downtown Detroit, Michigan in the District Detroit section of the city. It is not far from other local arenas, like Little Caesars Arena, home of the NHL’s Detroit Red Wings and the NBA’s Detroit Pistons, and Ford Field, home of the NFL’s Detroit Lions. Comerica Park has been the home of the Tigers since 2000, replacing Tiger Stadium. It sits on the original site of the Detroit College of Law.

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Comerica Park History

Comerica Park was built at the same time as Ford Field as a part of a revitalization project for downtown Detroit. Comerica Park sits near the Fox Theatre, as well as St. John Episcopal Church and Central United Methodist Church, two historic downtown churches. The first game held at Comerica Park was on April 11, 2000. Outside of the front gate is a huge statue of a tiger that welcomes fans. Once you step inside the stadium, you’ll find exhibits showing the history of the Tigers’ franchise, including memorabilia from MLB hall of fame players like Ty Cobb and Hank Greenberg, and a statue of longtime announcer Ernie Harwell.

On the left-field concourse, there are plaques for players who have their numbers retired by the team and a statue of Cobb. Over the years, LED scoreboards and video displays have been added. The stadium’s dimensions were changed in 2003, bringing in the left-center field wall 25 feet. In 2014, a $4-million renovation at the Pepsi Porch added over 400 seats to the ballpark.

Comerica Park has hosted many events, including the Hockeytown Winter Festival in December 2013 to coincide with the Winter Classic at the University of Michigan Stadium. A public ice skating rink was placed inside the stadium for fans to enjoy. Comerica Park has also hosted two soccer matches, a 2017 contest between Paris Saint-Germain and Roma in the International Champions Cup and a 2023 match between Sevilla and Crystal Palace for the Motor City Cup.

The stadium is a popular concert venue as well, hosting acts like P!nk, Elton John, Chris Stapleton, Billy Joel, Eminem, Rihanna, The Rolling Stones, and more.

Parking and Admission at Comerica Park

Fans can pre-book parking passes through ParkWhiz for different lots near the stadium. There are also many parking lots surrounding the stadium that are open to the public on a first-come, first-served basis. Tailgating is not allowed outside Comerica Park. There are reserved parking spaces for Luxury Suites, On-Deck Circle, Club Seat, and regular season ticket holders.

You can take the Q-Line Detroit streetcar to the stadium, as it runs along Woodward Avenue. You can also take the SMART or DDOT bus to Comerica Park.

Comerica Park Bag Policy

Single-compartment bags, wallets, and clutches that measure less than 4” x 6” x 1.5” are permitted. Bags larger than that are prohibited. Authorized diaper and medical bags must be smaller than 16” x 16” x 8”. No knives or weapons are allowed in the ballpark and fans are not allowed to enter the stadium through the Beer Hall.

Comerica Park Capacity & Seating Options

Comerica Park’s capacity sits at 41,083. There are seats on the lower level and upper level of the stadium. There are seats surrounding the field around the stadium except for centerfield. The VIP and premium seating experiences are vast at Comerica Park. Fans can choose a package for a luxury suite for a quarter of the season, half of the season, or a full season. A luxury suite includes three parking passes, a suite attendant, gourmet food and beverage catering options, the opportunity to watch batting practice before games, and more.

The Jim Beam Champions Club seats can be rented out for a single game or partial or full season packages. These have all-inclusive food, house wine and beer, non-alcoholic beverages, a private bar, historic Tigers memorabilia, private bathrooms, and more.

There are also Diamond Suites, Home Plate Suites, Legend Suites, and Party Suites located around the stadium. Rentals include at least 20 tickets, up to three parking passes, catering, and private bathrooms. Those are available game-by-game and can range from $3,000 to nearly $9,000.

What are the best seats at Comerica Park?

The best seats at Comerica Park vary depending on the event and personal preferences. Check out  Comerica Park seating charts  and find your favorite seat today.

Food & Beverage Options at Comerica Park

Comerica Park is a cashless venue and accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover cards. Mobile ordering is also available for Sections 115, 137, 217, and 334. You can get hot dogs, peanuts, and popcorn at almost any concession stand in the stadium. There are specialty stands that have a variety of foods, such as Impossible burgers, chili fries, sliders, soft tacos, chicken sandwiches, bratwurst, kale salads, and more.

You’ll find a wide array of domestic and Michigan craft beers as well as daiquiris, hard seltzers, and bottled non-alcoholic beverages like soda and water. For those cold Detroit nights, Comerica Park has hot chocolate at many stands around the stadium.

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Panoramic view of the outfield at Comerica Park in Detroit, with the downtown skyline behind it

Comerica Park

By Edward de la Fuente

Our guide to Comerica Park in Detroit includes information on events, tickets, parking, public transportation, nearby hotels and restaurants, seating, bag policy and more. Read on to find out how to get the most out of your gameday experience.

Comerica Park, home of the Detroit Tigers, occupies a prime spot in the city’s sports scene — it stands just off Woodward Avenue, a major thoroughfare downtown, and right next to Ford Field , home of the NFL’s Lions.

Its large dimensions, wide layout and luxurious exterior complete with tiger sculptures at several entrance gates, make it sort of the anti-Tiger Stadium. While its predecessor was, in its later years, a creaky but beloved old structure, Comerica Park took a while to establish itself in the hearts of Detroit sports fans.

It surely didn’t help that the Detroit Tigers were terrible in the early 2000s, the formative years of the stadium, but two American League pennants and frequent playoff contention for a good decade afterward made the ballpark a more happening place to be.

Besides, Comerica may not have the rich history that Tiger Stadium possessed just yet, but it’s got plenty worth seeing on its own. And it’s an easy place to get to, right in the heart of everything Detroit has to offer. Just the view beyond the outfield fence would suggest that.

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Getting to Comerica Park

Though there is a side street and a row of parking lots in between, Comerica Park’s address is on Woodward Avenue, which cuts through the heart of downtown heading southeast toward the Detroit River. Just a block away is Interstate 75, aka the Fisher Freeway, which most drivers into downtown will wind up on at some point in their journeys.

Most downtown Detroit hotels are located between the river and Comerica Park. On a warm summer evening, Woodward Avenue presents an opportunity for one of the nicest walks that you could have in Detroit, with plenty going on throughout downtown.

Walking not your thing? OK, Detroit has an automated tram system called the People Mover that runs in a continuous loop through downtown and stops at most places of interest. The closest station to Comerica Park is Grand Circus Park, though there are a few other stations (namely, Cadillac Center and Greektown) within reasonable walking distance as well.

There’s also the Q-Line Streetcar , which runs up and down Woodward Avenue and stops a block from the ballpark at Grand Circus. Either method is good for a quick ride if you’re trying to get from a downtown hotel to Comerica Park.

Parking at Comerica Park

For a downtown venue, Comerica Park has a  surprising amount of parking available, with several lots and structures surrounding the ballpark — most prominently the twin garages that stand across Montcalm Street to the north.

Numerous other private lots are available on nearby blocks, particularly around District Detroit, the area on the other side of the freeway that includes Little Caesars Arena .

There’s even ample street parking depending on the day and time. Washington Street, which radiates southward from Grand Circus Park, is a particularly popular spot for free-parking seekers because of its large median that allows for parallel parking on both sides of the street, in each direction.

Parking spots would be in high demand regardless of whether a Tigers game was being played at Comerica Park, so it you’re really looking for a bargain, get there early.

Detroit hotels near Comerica Park

• Aloft Detroit at The David Whitney – 0.1 miles away • The Siren Hotel – 0.2 miles away • Shinola Hotel – 0.3 miles away Search for more Detroit hotels on Booking.com .

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If you do choose to make that walk up Woodward Avenue, the noteworthy things you will pass between the river and Comerica Park include the famous Joe Louis fist monument; two parks, Campus Martius and Grand Circus; the city’s two most famous eateries dedicated to the coney dog, American Coney Island and Lafayette Coney Island ; numerous other shops and restaurants; and the historic Fox Theatre.

Eventually, you’ll see Comerica Park off to the right, across a parking lot, when you hit Grand Circus Park.

Because Comerica Park and Ford Field stand right next to each other, it makes sense that a lot of the surrounding restaurants would have a sports-fan atmosphere.

More popular options for eats and drinks lie on Woodward Avenue or in the nearby Greektown district, where many Tigers fans (and fans of Detroit’s other sports teams) can be found partaking in general merriment at one of numerous establishments.

Brush Street, which cuts through Greektown before passing between Comerica Park and Ford Field, is another street worth walking to find places to eat, drink or otherwise pass the time, and a few downtown hotels are located along this route.

For more on visiting Detroit, check out our Detroit sports travel guide .

Detroit restaurants near Comerica Park

• Elwood Bar & Grill – American, 0.1 miles away • Vertical Detroit – American, 0.2 miles away • Detroit Beer Company – American, 0.3 miles away Search for more Detroit restaurants on Tripadvisor .

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Watching a game at Comerica Park

With all the stone tiger statues around, you might think you’re entering a palace — and in truth, Comerica Park does a good job conveying the palatial feel.

Once you’re inside, take a stroll around the main concourse, which the Tigers have gone to great lengths to dress up with reminders of the franchise’s long and rich history. Several displays, called “decade bats,” cover different eras in team history.

In left field, you’ll find statues of six Tigers greats, including Ty Cobb, Hank Greenberg and Al Kaline.

Also in the main concourse, you can find a ferris wheel (with cars made to resemble baseballs) and a merry-go-round in case the typical ballpark accoutrements aren’t entertaining you enough.

Just like the playing field’s rather large dimensions, the layout of Comerica Park’s seating bowl can feel pretty large as well — but it doesn’t necessarily mean the farthest seats offer a subpar view. Sight lines from the upper deck are typically fine, and if you’re seated behind home plate or on the third-base site, you’re treated to a splendid view of the Detroit skyline.

From upper-deck seating you’ll also have a pretty good view of Comerica Park’s outfield features, including the display of the Tigers’ retired numbers and the fountain nestled within the ivy-covered batter’s eye, which goes off whenever a Tigers player hits a home run or the team finishes off a victory.

One oddity you’ll probably notice rather quickly, regardless of where your seating area is located, is the placement of Comerica Park’s main scoreboard in left field. It’s strangely far left, practically in line with the foul pole, though most of the pertinent info is displayed in the center, well within view from most angles. (Steps were taken before the 2012 season to address these issues , including the installation of an HD scoreboard.)

Food and drink at Comerica Park

Comerica Park’s wide main concourse also includes a food court, the “Big Cat Court,” located behind the home-plate seating area; this is also where you’ll find the merry-go-round, aka the Comerica Carousel.

If you’ve entered the ballpark through Gate A at the intersection of Witherell and Columbia streets (recognizable by the two giant bats as well as the tiger sculpture in the middle), this area will be just off to the left.

If you’re looking for a good overview of the food offerings, the Big Cat Court is a good place to start, with just about every concession item offered in the ballpark available either here or somewhere else nearby.

Two items easily identifiable as part of Detroit cuisine, the coney dog and the Greek gyro sandwich, are readily available as well — both, in fact, are offered at the Leo’s Coney Island stand. It being Detroit and home to the powerful Ilitch family, Little Caesars Pizza also operates at the stadium.

Beer fans shouldn’t miss the Beer Hall, located on the third-base side, which features a wide array of local beers. If you’re sitting in the 300 level, then check out the Blue Moon Brewhouse, which also features a brewpub atmosphere within the ballpark.

Comerica Park bag and food policy

Per policy , approved bags for entry into Comerica Park must measure 4 inches by 6 inches by 1.5 inches or smaller. They need not be clear, like those permitted in NFL stadiums.

Backpacks of any kind, as well as suitcases and large purses are among the bags forbidden at Comerica Park, per stadium policy.

No outside food is permitted at Comerica Park, with the exception of one factory-sealed water per guest, or juice boxes if children are in the party.

Bags will be inspected by security at the entry gates to Comerica Park, and patrons carrying any bags that don’t comply with stadium policy will be denied entry.

Original publish date:  February 4, 2016 Most recent update: February 19, 2024

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From History to Present, Check Out these Tours in Detroit

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There is plenty of history in the City of Detroit, going back more than 300 years, and plenty to learn about the area. The city has unique stories, great architecture, delicious food, great outdoor spaces, the Detroit River and much more. From walking to bus, architecture to distilleries, on a segway or bikes and much more, here are some of the best tours in Detroit.

Walking Tours

City institute.

City Institute is a great company that will give people a deeper understanding of Detroit, digging into its history, challengers, assets and more. They offer private tours, learning journeys, free public tours and more. Some of their tours are walking, others are via bus and some are virtual.

Preservation Detroit

One of Detroit’s oldest tour organizations, preservation Detroit does walking tours starting in the spring where you can learn all about the city and its history.

They also do bike tours, preservation tours, cemetery tours and private tours for different groups.

City Tour Detroit

City Tour Detroit is a great company to learn all about Detroit and get out in our city. They have several tours, including the See The D Walking Tour, an Underground Railroad walking tour, or a Guardian Building architecture tour. If you’re looking for a more customized option, they have private and custom group tours.

Detroit Tour Connections

You can try a variety of walking or bus tours with Detroit Tour Connections. They have tours highlighting the past and present, plus the rise, fall and renewal of the city.

Let’s See Detroit Tours

Let’s See Detroit offers walking tours or van tours of the city for the public and offers private tours that can be customized. They hit up several Detroit neighborhoods including Downtown, Midtown, New Center, Eastern Market, Belle Isle and more.

Detroit Motown Tour Co.

You can do different walking tours or create your own tour with Detroit Motown Tour Co., and they offer them in a variety of languages. They have city tours, architecture tours, music tours, food tours and more.

Bianco Tours

Bianco Tours has been serving metro Detroit since 1979 and has 20 motorcoaches. They offer various day trips in Detroit and around the metro area, as well as overnight vacations to areas around the country.

Detroit Destination Tours

You can work with Detroit Destination Tours to create a custom group tour focusing all on Detroit and the area surrounding it. They provide tour guides to step-on your chartered bus to see the area.

Antique Touring Company

See the city like you’ve never seen before – from the seat of an antique car. The company offers four different tour types, with three of them private tours, charged by car. The tours will check out the Detroit Riverfront, Belle Isle, Corktown and MotorCities Heritage Area.

Show Me Detroit Tours

Show Me Detroit does private deluxe van tours hosted by a local guide and chauffeur. They see a variety of areas including daily sightseeing, Detroit design and architecture, new investment in the city and more.

Detroit Princess Riverboat

In the summer, you’ll have a great experience on the Detroit Princess, a premier riverboat in the city that’s been operating for two decades. They have a variety of events and cruises starting in May, plus you can host corporate events on the boat.

Diamond Jack’s River Tours

Diamond Jack’s offers public and private tours along the Detroit River starting in May. They have public departures from the Detroit Riverfront in the summer that start at 1 p.m. and go through 5:30 p.m. with the last tour. They also have group charters, corporate parties, field trips and more.

Infinity & Ovation Yacht

Get dressed up and hop on a massive yacht to tour the Detroit River on either the Infinity or Ovation yacht. They offer private cruises for weddings, corporate events or special occasions.

They also have a summer cruise series with themed nights that include food, drinks, dancing and more. Themed nights include Motown, Great Gatsby, brunch, summer solstice and more.

Detroit River Sports

You can get up close to the Detroit River on a kayak with Detroit River Sports. They have public tours for beginners and experienced kayakers, showing off the sunset or Detroit’s historical canals. You can also book your own private tours.

Museum and Building Tours

The henry ford, greenfield village and ford rouge factory tour.

Located in Dearborn, about 20 minutes west of Detroit, The Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation offers some of the most incredible artifacts from American history. You can see the chair Abraham Lincoln was sitting in when he was assassinated, the bus Rosa Parks was on when she refused to give up her seat, George Washington’s cot and much more.

Right next door is Greenfield Village, a village that’s more than 80 acres with 300 years of American history and buildings, including Thomas Edison’s lab. You can also ride in a real-word Model T.

Finally, the Ford Rouge Factory Tour allows you to see how America’s best-selling truck, the Ford F-150, is built along an assembly line.

The Parade Company

The Parade Company has a variety of events in Detroit, the biggest being America’s Thanksgiving Parade. You can tour their massive warehouse that includes more than 200,000 square feet of floats, learning about the parade’s history, seeing how they’re built and much more.

Arena and Theatre Tours

Fox theatre.

The historic Fox Theatre is nearly 100 years old and has hosted some of the biggest entertainers in history. You can get a 60-minute guided tour of the theatre, learn about its history and performances, go backstage to see the wall signed by the artists who have played there, and even walk on the stage.

Little Caesars Arena

The new arena that is home to the Detroit Red Wings and Pistons offers 60-75-minute tours where you can visit the suites, press box, gondola, Detroit Red Wings organ and other areas not available to the public. During the offseason for the Red Wings and Pistons, you may even get a chance to see the locker rooms.

Comerica Park

You can tour the home of the Detroit Tigers for about an hour where you’ll learn the history of the stadium and even get to walk the field where the Tigers play.

Historical Homes and Garden Tours

Cranbrook house and gardens.

Located about 30 minutes north of Detroit, Cranbrook House and Gardens in Bloomfield Hills is a more-than 100-year-old home. You can learn more about the property and explore more than 40 acres of beautiful gardens, and check out the first floor with a guided tour of the nearly 30,000-square-foot home.

About 20 minutes east of Detroit, you can explore the Edsel & Eleanor Ford House and grounds. You can get a guided tour of the main residence, behind-the-scenes tours, explore the acres of gardens and grounds, and more.

Other Tours

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The DURHS offers tours that include lectures at the beginning, building tours at the historical Second Baptist Church or worship tours that are offered on Sunday. Detroit’s Second Baptist Church was one of the last stops for slaves before reaching freedom in Canada.

Detroit Segway

You won’t have a more unique experience seeing Detroit than from a segway. The company offers tours that show off the Detroit Riverfront, the downtown area, the Dequindre Cut, holiday lights and more. Tours span 1.5 hours to three hours.

Two James Distillery

The distillery in Corktown offers tours for both the public and private, where you will learn the history of the distillery and the process of distilling spirits. You can also try some of their spirits.

Detroit City Distillery

Another distillery in the city, DCD offers tours of The Whiskey Factory on Saturdays that show off the distillery, the distilling process and end with a tasting of their spirits. They also offer a deeper Bespoke Bourbon Experience on Thursdays for whiskey enthusiasts where they go deeper into the distilling process and offer single-barrel tastings.

Wheelhouse Detroit

You can check out Detroit from two wheels with Wheelhouse Detroit. They have tours that check out Detroit architecture, Belle eIsle, record stores, Detroit neighborhoods, sports heritage, the Underground Railroad and more.

Expedition Detroit

Expedition Detroit has a variety of outdoor hiking, backpacking, trail running and other tours throughout Michigan. They have trips across 11 state parks, and you can get in the woods, on the water, or more.

Distinctively Detroit Tours

You can work with Distinctively Detroit Tours to see some incredible areas of the city and work with them to create your own custom group tours.

The HandleBar Detroit

You can take a pedal pub through the City of Detroit for a bar bike tour that takes about two hours. You can bring your own drinks and play music while checking out the sites.

The Michigan Pedaler

The Michigan Pedaler also allows you to see the city from a pedal pub and they have electric pedal assist on the pedal pubs.

Custom Holidays

A family-owned tour company, Custom Holidays has a variety of tours in and around Detroit. One option, the “Made in Detroit” tour, visits three iconic venues – The Parade Company, The Motown Museum and The Whitney.

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The Detroit Tigers will celebrate the debut of their new City Connect uniforms on Friday and Saturday with free block parties.

On Monday, the team debuted the City Connect jerseys, which will be worn for all Friday home games.

See Brad Galli's report on the new jerseys below

Friday's block party will take place from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday's will take place from 12 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and both will be located on Witherell St. in front of the Big Tiger at Comerica Park.

Like the jersey, the part will be automotive-themed, including a classic car show.

Both events will include a 360-degree camera experience, photo ops, a digital graffiti wall, inflatables, prize wheel and more. There will also be beer and food available for purchase.

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• Gold Over America Tour starring Simone Biles: 7 p.m., Nov. 3, Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, ticket prices vary.

On sale 10 a.m. May 21

• Disney On Ice-“Mickey’s Search Party”: Sept. 19-22, Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, ticket prices vary.

Note: Events are subject to change; check with venues for updates. Tickets on sale at 313Presents.com, LiveNation.com, Ticketmaster.com or the XFINITY Box Office at Little Caesars Arena.

Announcements

• OPEN Live, Michigan Central Station: June 6, outdoor concert headlined by Detroit musical artists, in celebration of the reopening of Michigan Central Station. In addition, OPEN House is June 7-16, with exhibits, tours and entertainment. Registration for free events at michigancentral.com, opens May 17 for neighbors surrounding The Station, and May 21 for the general public.

• Mother’s Day Celebration: May 10, Fox Theatre, Detroit, with Yolanda Adams, Hezekiah Walker, John P. Kee, Tye Tribbett and hosted by Jay Lamont: 8 p.m., lineup subject to change, 313presents.com, ticket prices vary.

• Three Dog Night: 7:30 p.m. May 10, Fisher Theatre, Detroit, www.broadwayindetroit.com, ticket prices vary.

• Ben Sharkey: 8 p.m. May 10, The Roxy, 401 Walnut Blvd., Rochester, 248-453-5285, theroxyrochester.com, ages 21+, doors at 7 p.m., general- $30+.

• Alan Doyle: May 10, Royal Oak Music Theatre, 318 West 4th St., Royal Oak, www.royaloakmusictheatre.com, doors at 7 p.m., ticket prices vary.

• Toolology, Failing Stars-Smashing Pumpkins Tribute: May 10, District 142, 142 Maple St. Wyandotte, https://district142live.com, doors at 7 p.m. ages 21+, $18+.

• Parallel 5th: 9 p.m. May 10-11, Freddy’s Bar and Grill, 40000 Garfield Rd, Clinton Twp., www.freddysbarrocks.com, cover charge.

• Elton Rohn (Elton John tribute): 8 p.m. May 11, Andiamo Celebrity Showroom, 7096 E. 14 Mile Road, Warren, andiamoshowroom.com, doors at 6:30 p.m., $35-$69+.

• Molly Tuttle: May 11, Majestic Theatre, 4140 Woodward Ave., Detroit,, doors at 7 p.m., www.majesticdetroit.com, $35 adv.

• YYNOT-A Tribute to Rush: 8 p.m. May 11, Emerald Theater, 31 N. Walnut St., Mt Clemens, 586-630-0120, TheEmeraldTheatre.com, doors at 7 p.m., ages 18+, $22+.

• Bill Gaither & The Gaither Vocal Band: 6 p.m. May 11, Bethesda Christian Church, 14000 Metro Parkway, Sterling Heights, www.gaither.com.

• Dan Rodriguez: 8 p.m. May 11, at 20 Front Street, Lake Orion, 248-783-7105, www.20frontstreet.com, all ages, $35+.

• Patti LaBelle and El DeBarge “MIX 92.3 presents Mother’s Day Salute”: 6 p.m. May 12, Fox Theatre, Detroit, 313presents.com, ticket prices vary.

• Gary Clark Jr.: May 12, The Fillmore, Detroit, www.livenation.com/venue/KovZpZAEAktA/the-fillmore-detroit-events, ticket prices vary.

• Paul Keller and Company: 7 p.m. May 12, Sanctuary, 620 Romeo St. Rochester, Harmony in the Hills Concert, admission is $20 for adults and $10 for students under 18, https://stpaulsrochester.org.

• Uriah Heep & Saxon: 6 p.m. May 13, Saint Andrew’s Hall, 431 East Congress St., Detroit, saintandrewsdetroit.com, ticket prices vary.

• Wild Child, Oh He Dead: May 13,The Loving Touch, 22634 Woodward Ave., Ferndale, 248-820-5596, thelovingtouchferndale.com, doors at 7 p.m., $25+.

• Troy Community Chorus Spring Concert “Waterscapes”: 8 p.m. May 10, at Athens High School, 4333 John R Road, Troy, $12 for patrons ages 13-62, $10 for seniors and children ages 6-12, free for ages 5 and younger. Tickets at the door are $15 each. For advance tickets, contact Gina Sweet at 248-762-6862 or [email protected], www.troycommunitychorus.com.

• The Farmington Chorus “Be Our Guest” Spring Concerts: 8 p.m. May 10, at the Hawk Community Center, 29995 W. 12 Mile Road, Farmington Hills, and 4-6 p.m. May 11 at First Presbyterian Church of Farmington, 26165 Farmington Road, Farmington Hills, with music from Disney classics, https://farmingtonchorus.com/tickets, 248-249-1574, $18 at the door for each concert.

• Rochester Community Chorus “Cabaret” concert: 7 p.m. May 17, St. Mary of the Hills Roman Catholic Church, 2675 John R Road, Rochester Hills, www.facebook.com/friendsofrochestercommunitychorus, $15, available at the door.

• City Lights Chorus Spring Concert: 3:30 p.m. May 18, at Hilltop Church of the Nazarene at 21260 Haggerty Road, Northville, tickets are $20 at www.citylightschorus.com, or at the door.

• Royal Oak Musicale: 7:30 p.m. May 21, First Congregational Church, 1314 Northwood Blvd., Royal Oak, featuring Benjamin Dannug, a classically trained jazz pianist soon to graduate from Troy High School. Admission is free, donations are welcome, www.royaloakmusicale.com.

• “Sincerely-the Musical Odyssey of an Original Moonglow”: May 9-25, McCree Theatre, 4601 Clio Road, Flint, www.thenewmccreetheatre.com, 810-787-2200, ticket prices vary.

• “An Inspector Calls”: Through May 11, Rosedale Community Players at Peace Lutheran Church, 17029 W. 13 Mile Road, Southfield, https://rosedalecommunityplayers.com, $20.

• “Silent Sky”: Through May 12, Stagecrafters at the Baldwin Theatre, 415 South Lafayette, Royal Oak, presented by Stagecrafters stagecrafters.org, adv. $23.

• Disney’s “Newsies”: Through May 12, Parcells School Auditorium, 20600 Mack Ave., Grosse Pointe Woods, gpt.org/NEWSIES or call 313-881-4004, $35, presented by Grosse Pointe Theatre. Detroit Goodfellows collection bins in the lobby for donations of new children’s winter hats, gloves, socks, crayons, coloring books, small stuffed animals, and lip balm.

• “Something Rotten” musical: Through May 18, Farmington Players Barn, 32332 W. 12 Mile Road, Farmington Hills, www.farmingtonplayers.org, presented by Farmington Players, 248-553-2955, $27-general, $25 for seniors and students.

• “Route 66″ musical: Through May 19, Meadow Brook Theatre on the campus of Oakland University in Rochester, www.ticketmaster.com, 248-377-3300, $37-$46+.

• “The Prom”: Through May 19, Birmingham Village Players, 34660 Woodward Ave., Birmingham, 248-644-2075 or www.birminghamvillageplayers.com, adv. tickets are $25.

• “Caribbean Dreamin’”: 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. May 17 and 2 p.m. May 19, children’s theatre touring show based on Caribbean folk tales, at Oakland University Varner Recital Hall, 371 Varner Drive, Rochester, calendar.oakland.edu/smtd, $10 general/$8,seniors/$6 students.

• Shakespeare in Detroit: 7 p.m. May 17 and 7 p.m. May 24, Danto Lecture Hall, inside the Detroit Institute of Arts, 5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit, 10 student matinees of “As You Like It,” free admission with registration, for residents of Macomb, Oakland and Wayne counties, dia.org/events/shakespeare-detroit-you-it.

• Mark Hunter’s “What’s a Man to Do” stage play: 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. May 18, Flagstar Strand Theatre, 12 N. Saginaw St., Pontiac, 248-309-6445, www.flagstarstrand.com, ticket prices vary.

• Talkin’ Broadway highlights the musical “Hamilton”: 2-4 p.m. May 19, West Bloomfield Township Library, 4600 Walnut Lake Road, West Bloomfield Twp., monthly play discussion group featuring performances and expertise from visiting Broadway veterans, no registration is required, free, https://wblib.org.

• Skateboard Art Competition and Exhibition: May 9-10, downtown Rochester, artwork using skateboard decks as a canvas on display, www.downtownrochestermi.com/deck-art?rq=deck.

• Art on Auburn 2: The City of Rochester Hills invites artists of all levels to submit artwork, “Why do you Heart Rochester Hills?” Artists of all levels are encouraged to participate in this community-wide initiative. Submissions are open to artists of all levels, until May 10, www.rochesterhills.org/artonauburn2.

• Drop-In Workshop: Shrinky Dink Key Chains & Charms workshop is 6-8:30 p.m. May 10; Noon-4 p.m. May 11-12, Detroit Institute of Arts, Art-Making Studio, 5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit, dia.org.

• Wendy Fournier-”Weaving of Light and Color”: Artist talk and reception is 6-8 p.m. May 10, at Farmington Hills City Hall, 31555 W. Eleven Mile Road, Farmington Hills, free, exhibit through June 28, Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., non-holiday.

• Art Birmingham: 10 am – 6 p.m. May 11 and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. May 12, streets surrounding Shain Park, downtown Birmingham, www.theguild.org/fair/art-birmingham.

• 2024 Graduate Degree Exhibition: Through May 12, Cranbrook Art Museum, 39221 Woodward Ave., Bloomfield Hills, https://cranbrookartmuseum.org, ticket prices vary.

• “Evening of the Arts”: 6:30 p.m. May 15, Arts Academy in the Woods showcase at Macomb Center for the Performing Arts, 44575 Garfield Road, Clinton Twp., www.macombcenter.com,  586-286-2222, $10+.

• An Evening of Fine Arts: 6 p.m. May 15, Fox Theatre, Detroit Public Schools Community District’s annual event featuring instrumental music ensembles, vocal music ensembles and dance companies, theatre excerpts, free admission, tickets are required for entry and are available in advance at participating schools, the DPSCD Office of Fine Arts and Bit.ly/55EFA.

• Free Third Thursday-Monoprints: 3:30-7:30 p.m. May 16, Cranbrook Art Museum, 39221 Woodward Ave., Bloomfield Hills, using spring flowers as inspiration, materials provided, register at https://cranbrookartmuseum.org/events/free-third-thursday-monoprints, 248-645-3323.

• Backyard Art Fair: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. May 18, follow the BAF yard signs and Maphlet, 25+ yards in Ferndale, Oak Park, Pleasant Ridge, spanning 8 mile to 10 Mile and  Scotia to Hilton, backyardartfair.com.

• Pour Painting workshop: 11 a.m.-noon May 18, Springfield Township Library, 12000 Davisburg Road, Davisburg, presented by artist Katie Rothley, adults only, registration required, www.springfield.michlibrary.org/news-and-events/events-calendar#/events/7A2rg87Ya4/instances/o8etKRfK9P.

• Alice Frank “The Visual World of Alice”: Mid-month reception is 2-4:30 p.m. May 19, exhibit through May 31, Lawrence Street Gallery, 22620 Woodward Ave., Ferndale, 248-544-0394, www.lawrencestreetgallery.com, (Museum open noon-5 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, noon-9 p.m. Friday, and 1-5 p.m. Sunday).

• 87th Annual Detroit Public Schools: Community District Student Exhibition is through May 26, Detroit Institute of Arts, Art-Making Studio, 5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit, dia.org.

• BBAC art exhibits: John McLaughlin “Paper Trail”; Laura Mazar “Lover of the Light”; Michael Brzozwski “Urban Waters” and art by the students of Andrea Tama, exhibits are on display through May 30, Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center, 1516 S. Cranbrook, Birmingham, BBArtCenter.org, free admission. Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Also, registration is open for classes, workshops and summer camps at BBArtCenter.org.

• Japanese Friendship Dolls exhibit: Through June 5, Detroit Institute of Arts, 5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit, 313-833-4005, dia.org/art/exhibitions.

• “Regeneration”-Black Cinema, 1898-1971: Through June 23, at the Detroit Institute of Arts, 5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit, dia.org, free with general admission.

• “Public Lecture-The Making of “Regeneration”: 6-7 p.m. May 29, presented by co-curators with behind-the-scenes insights, at the Detroit Institute of Arts, 5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit, dia.org, free with registration.

• Tiff Massey-“7 Mile + Livernois”: On exhibit through May 11, 2025, Detroit Institute of Arts Rivera Court, 5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit, dia.org.

Secondly, the DIA will be hosting the co-curators of the Regeneration: Black Cinema 1898 – 1971 exhibition on May 29, 2024, for behind-the-scenes insights into their five-year journey of archival research and conversations with artists and filmmakers to create the exhibition. You can learn more about the event here: Public Lecture: The Making of ‘Regeneration’.

• Annual Michigan Regional Glass Exhibition: Through June 26, at Janice Charach Gallery, 6600 W. Maple Road, West Bloomfield, presented by Michigan Hot Glass, featuring contemporary glass works by emerging and established artists including Oakland County Mosaic Artist Michelle Sider’s latest mosaic, “Anna”, a tribute to her heritage, gallery.jccdet.org, free admission.

• The Underground Railroad exhibit: A four-panel traveling exhibit highlighting local underground railroad history in Oakland County, will be on display throughout May and June (8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday to Friday), Birmingham City Hall, 151 Martin St., Birmingham. The exhibit will be moved around Oakland County municipal settings and libraries over the next two years, https://ugrr.mioaklandhistory.org.

• Cranbrook on the Green: Artist-designed mini-golf is open weekends throughout May and September, and during regular museum hours throughout the week in June, July and August, one round of mini-golf-$15 adult non-members, includes admission to Cranbrook Art galleries, $8 for ages 12 and younger, Cranbrook Academy of Art, 39221 Woodward Ave., Bloomfield Hills, register for a time slot at https://cranbrookartmuseum.org/mini-golf.

• Thursdays at the Museum: 1 p.m. Thursdays, Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, self-guided visit of our collections for adults 55 and older. Groups of 25 or more in Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb counties can receive free bus transportation, www.dia.org/events/thursdays.

• The Hawk Makerspace: The Hawk – Farmington Hills Community Center, featuring craft space, specialized equipment including a laser cutter, 3D printer, and sewing lab. Makerspace users may purchase passes to use the equipment during Open Studio hours. Classes are also offered, fhgov.com/play,-explore-learn/the-hawk/amenities/makerspace.

• Drop-in Design: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, self-guided art-making activities in the Cranbrook Art Museum, Art Lab, 39221 Woodward Ave., Bloomfield Hills, cranbrookartmuseum.org, general admission-$10.

• University of Michigan Museum of Art, 525 South State St, Ann Arbor, 734-764-0395, umma.umich.edu.

Beats, continued

• Ghost-Note: May 14, El Club, 4114 W. Vernor Hwy., Detroit, https://elclubdetroit.com, $33.99+.

• NF: 8 p.m., May 14, Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, 313presents.com, ticket prices vary.

• Jovi, Bon Jovi Tribute: 8 p.m. May 17, Younger’s Irish Tavern, 120 S. Main St., Romeo, www.youngerstavern.com/showroom,  ages 21+, $25+.

• Chaos & Carnage 2024: 4 p.m. May 17, Crofoot Ballroom, 1 S. Saginaw St., Pontiac, thecrofoot.com, $30+.

• Mark Randisi, Frank Sinatra tribute: 8 p.m. May 18, The Roxy, 401 Walnut Blvd., Rochester, 248-453-5285, theroxyrochester.com, ages 21+, doors at 7 p.m., general- $35+.

• The Smiths United (The Smiths/Morrissey tribute): May 18, The Magic Bag, 22920 Woodward Ave., Ferndale, www.themagicbag.com, doors at 7 p.m., all ages, $25+ adv.

• Joshua Davis, Ani Mari: 8 p.m. May 18, The Ark, Ann Arbor, The Ark, 316 S. Main, Ann Arbor, doors at 7:30 p.m., theark.org, $25+.

• The Decemberists: May 22, Royal Oak Music Theatre, 318 West 4th St., Royal Oak, www.royaloakmusictheatre.com, doors at 7 p.m., ticket prices vary.

• Chasing Saturn: 7:30 p.m. May 23, Tipping Point Theatre, 361 East Cady St., Northville, purchase tickets at www.tippingpointtheatre.com, 248-347-0003, $35+.

• Movement Electronic Music Festival: May 25-27, Hart Plaza, Detroit, https://movementfestival.com, ticket prices vary.

• Andrew Dice Clay: June 1, Andiamo Celebrity Showroom, 7096 E. 14 Mile Road, Warren, andiamoshowroom.com, doors at 6:30 p.m., $35-$110+.

• Author Jean Alicia Elster: 10-11:30 a.m. May 16, Birmingham Unitarian Church, 38651 Woodward Ave. Bloomfield Hills, StoryTime Guild meeting with Jean Alicia Elster, author of “Joe Joe In The City” and adult and children’s books, https://storytimeguild.weebly.com.

• Annual Local Author Fair: 2-4 p.m. May 18, Northville Community Center, 303 W Main St., Northville, www.northvillelibrary.org, 248-349-3020, presented by Northville District Library, no registration required.

Classical/Orchestra

• Detroit Symphony Orchestra-”Mahler’s Ninth Symphony”: May 10-11, Orchestra Hall, 3711 Woodward Ave., Detroit, dso.org, tickets start at $19+.

• Detroit Symphony Orchestra-“Brahm’s Violin Concerto”: May 24-26, Orchestra Hall, 3711 Woodward Ave., Detroit, dso.org, $19-$105+.

• One Night Stans: Craig Gass-May 9-11; Mike Armstrong-May 16-18; at 4761 Highland Road, Waterford Twp., OneNightStans.Club, 248-249-1321, ages 18+, ticket prices vary.

• Mark Ridley’s Comedy Castle: Maz Jobrani-May 10–11; Kristen Key-May 15; Brent Terhune-May 16-18; at 310 S. Troy St., Royal Oak, www.comedycastle.com, 248-542-9900, ages 18+, ticket prices vary.

• Bill Bushart: 8 p.m. May 10, Younger’s Irish Tavern, 120 S. Main St., Romeo, www.youngerstavern.com/showroom, , ages 21+, $20+.

• Luenell, Finesse Mitchell: 8 p.m. May 16, Sound Board at MotorCity Casino, Detroit, 313presents.com, ticket prices vary.

• Detroit Women of Comedy Festival: May 17-18, Planet Ant Theatre complex, three stages, 2320 Caniff St., Hamtramck, detroitwomenofcomedy.com, www.planetant.com.

Festivals/Shows

• 24th Great Lakes Mega Meet: May 9-11, at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi. A one-stop shop for paper crafting needs, guests can register for classes and an evening crop party and browse booths from different vendors, www.greatlakesscrapbookevents.com,  248-583-7133.

• Berkley Days Carnival: May 9-12, carnival rides, midway, fairgrounds at 2400 Robina, Berkley, https://berkleydays.org, $3 admission, ticket prices vary.

• Annual Cultural Fair: Noon-3 p.m. May 11, at Rochester Christian University’s Garth Pleasant Arena, 800 W Avon Road, Rochester Hills. The event includes live performances including Indian instrumental, karate demonstration, Polynesian Dancers of Michigan; cultural activities, including a traditional Chinese tea ceremony and complimentary cuisine. Admission is free and open to the public. The fair is hosted by the Rochester Hills Youth Council, which was established by the Rochester Hills City Council. Area students can apply for the youth council at rochesterhills.org/youthcouncil, by May 17, for information, email [email protected].

• Civil War Saturday Fair: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. May 11, at Troy Historic Village, 60 W. Wattles Road, Troy. A soldiers’ aid-style fair with Civil War-era dancing, music, performances, a curiosity shop of war items, activities for children, food and historic toys and candies for sale, proceeds go to the Troy Historical Society. Bring a picnic lunch if desired, www.troyhistoricvillage.org/programs/civil-war-saturday-fair, rain or shine. Early registration is $8 members or $10/non-members. At the door- $10/members or $12/non-members.

• Birmingham Department of Public Services Open House: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. May 11, at 851 South Eton St. DPS trucks and equipment on display, sandbox dig for little ones, informational exhibits and giveaways, complimentary grilled hot dogs and refreshments, www.bhamgov.org, visitors may park at the Birmingham Ice Sports Arena at 2300 East Lincoln Street or on-street parking nearby.

• Smetanka Spring Craft Show: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. May 11, outdoor show, Frontier Town, 67300 Van Dyke Ave, Washington Twp., https://smetankacraftshows.com.

• National Mini-Golf Day: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. May 11-12 at Cranbrook on the Green, Cranbrook Art Museum, 39221 Woodward Ave., Bloomfield Hills, https://cranbrookartmuseum.org/events/national-mini-golf-day.

• Wine Stroll in Royal Oak: Noon-4 p.m. May 18, downtown Royal Oak, www.dineroyaloak.org/wine-stroll, ages 21+ $50+adv., ticket includes a wine and food sample from each participating restaurant.

• Smetanka Spring Craft Show: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. May 18, Macomb College Sports and Expo Bldg., 14500 E. 12 Mile Road, Warren, https://smetankacraftshows.com, $3 admission, ages 14+.

• Spring Into Summer Block Party: Noon-4 p.m. May 19, downtown Davisburg, www.springfield.michlibrary.org/news-and-events/events-calendar#/events/7pZsjDPO5x/instances/bsg1DAeBjX, presented by Springfield Library and Springfield Township, storytime, games, food truck, vendors, family-friendly.

• Dino and Dragon Stroll: 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays through May 26, Canterbury Village, 2359 Joslyn Ct., Orion Twp., general admission is $14.99+ adv. CanterburyVillage.com.

• Emagine Theatres Flashback Cinemas: “The Wizard of Oz” (1939), May 11, May 12 and May 15, at select Emagine locations, Emagine-Entertainment.com, ticket prices vary.

• Mom-Com Combo: May 11-12, “Mamma Mia,” a large popcorn, and a mini bottle of Cupcake Prosecco, at select Emagine locations, Emagine-Entertainment.com, $19+. Also Mother’s Day Buffet Brunch Package is May 12, at Emagine Royal Oak, $50+ each.

• “Pitch People” documentary: Available on iTunes, Amazon Prime Video and Google Play, May 17, the film, fully restored in 4K, 1999 film about advertising “pitchmen” and “pitch women”, starring Nancy Ann Nelson, Johnny Carson, Ed McMahon and Joe Fowler.

• “Little Empty Boxes”: May 17, dementia documentary, at select Emagine locations, www.Emagine-Entertainment.com,  ticket prices vary.

• “Eno”: 7 p.m. May 21, Detroit Institute of Arts, 5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit, documentary about visionary musician and artist Brian Eno, dia.org, ticket prices vary.

• Farmington Civic Theater, 33332 Grand River Ave., Farmington, www.theFCT.com.

• Milford Independent Cinema: 945 E Summit St., Milford, milfordcinema.org/tickets, $5+.

• The Redford Theatre, 17360 Lahser Road, Detroit, redfordtheatre.com, ticket prices vary.

Fundraisers

• Rose Hill Center annual Flower Sale and Fair: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. May 11, at 5130 Rose Hill Blvd., Holly, to support the horticulture program for the facility that treats adults with mental illness. Plants for sale will include roses, annuals, perennials, flower planters, and hanging baskets. The family-friendly event includes a hot food and bake sale, petting farm, hayrides, and a safety expo. www.rosehillcenter.org, or call 248-634-5530.

• Hospice of Michigan’s Barley, BBQ & Beats fundraiser:  5-9 p.m. May 17, Saint Andrew’s Hall, 431 E. Congress St., Detroit, cocktails, mocktails, barbecue, and live music by Luke Winslow-King and Thornetta Davis, hom.org/bbb adv.-$65, or at the door-$75.

• Kiwanis Club of Troy to host Wine Tasting Fundraiser for Mental Health, 5:30-8 p.m., May 17, at The Troy Historic Village, 60 W. Wattles Road, Troy, 248-561-8934. https://k06542.site.kiwanis.org, $50 each, proceeds will benefit mental health initiatives.

• Brews & Chews Tastefest fundraiser for the American Brain Tumor Association is noon-5 p.m. May 18, at Kensington Metropark, Martindale Beach, 4570 Huron River Parkway, Milford, featuring Michigan craft breweries and cideries, food trucks, live music, family friendly games and trivia, dog’s welcome, scratch off cards, and fun photo opportunities (like a larger-than-life brain), www.eventbrite.com/e/brews-chews-taste-fest-wlive-music-tickets-773887998837?aff=oddtdtcreator, ticket prices vary, plus Metropark admission fee.

• “A Night of Detroit Stars”: 6-11 p.m. May 22, Sound Board at MotorCity Casino Hotel, 2901 Grand River Ave., Detroit, proceeds benefit Covenant House Michigan for youth facing homelessness, https://covenanthousemi.org/event/a-night-of-detroit-stars, $100+.

• Art & Vintage Fashion Show: 7-9 p.m. May 31 at former Skyline Club, located on the 28th Floor of 2000 Southfield Town Center, hosted by The Friends of the Southfield Public Arts, proceeds to benefit Nine Mile Corridor Connectivity, Recreation, and Placemaking Project. Advance tickets-$50 available through PayPal at [email protected] or by check made payable to Friends of Southfield Public Arts and mailed to the City of Southfield, c/o Mayor’s Office, 26000 Evergreen Road, Southfield, MI 48037-2055.

• Lighthouse presents the 8th Annual Rent Party presented by Flagstar Bank, 5-9 p.m. June 2, at the historic Meadow Brook Hall, featuring a jazz concert, tours of the historic home, food, proceeds benefit Lighthouse efforts to alleviate homelessness, poverty, and food insecurity, https://lighthousemi.org/events/the-rent-party.

• Cranbrook Institute of Science: 39221 Woodward Ave., Bloomfield Hills, https://science.cranbrook.edu, $14 general admission, $10.50 for ages 2-12 and seniors 65+, free for children under age 2.

• Detroit Historical Museum: 5401 Woodward Ave. (NW corner of Kirby) in Midtown Detroit, detroithistorical.org. Permanent exhibits include the famous Streets of Old Detroit, the Allesee Gallery of Culture, Doorway to Freedom: Detroit and the Underground Railroad, Detroit: The “Arsenal of Democracy,” the Gallery of Innovation, Frontiers to Factories, America’s Motor City and The Glancy Trains, museum gen. adm. is $10. Kresge Foundation’s “Kresge at 100-A Century of Impact, a Future of Opportunity” exhibit.

• Royal Oak Historical Society Museum: Judson Center centennial art exhibit, “Museum of Care,” 1-4 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, May 4-30, 1411 W. Webster Road, Royal Oak, royaloakhistoricalsociety.com, 248-439-1501.

• The Underground Railroad exhibit, a four-panel traveling exhibit highlighting local underground railroad history in Oakland County, will be on display throughout May and June (8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday to Friday) at Birmingham City Hall, 151 Martin St., Birmingham. The exhibit will be moved around Oakland County municipal settings and libraries over the next two years, https://ugrr.mioaklandhistory.org.

• Michigan Science Center (Mi-Sci): 5020 John R. St., Detroit, museum gen. adm. is $18+. Standard Mi-Sci films are available as a $6 add-on to general admission tickets. Mi-Sci is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday and until 8 p.m. the first Friday of each month, 313-577-8400, www.mi-sci.org.

• Ford House: Historic estate of Edsel and Eleanor Ford, 1100 Lake Shore Road, Grosse Pointe Shores, fordhouse.org/events, 313-884-4222.

• Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm: Drop in tours on Fridays and Saturdays from noon-3 p.m., at 1005 Van Hoosen Road, Rochester Hills, with a guided tour of the Van Hoosen Farmhouse at 1 p.m., www.rochesterhills.org/musprograms, includes pop-up exhibit – Albert Kahn “Creating the Modern World,” on loan from the Albert Kahn Legacy Foundation, through May 11, www.rochesterhills.org/musprogram. Museum members-free, non-members-$5/adults, $3/seniors and students, no registration needed.

• The Wright: The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, 315 E. Warren Ave., Detroit, 313-494-5800, open Tuesday-Sunday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and open until 7 p.m. on Thursday, closed on Mondays, reserve timed tickets at thewright.org, $30+ gen adm., $20 for seniors 62+, $15 for youth, ages 5-17, free for under 5.

• The Zekelman Holocaust Center: New permanent exhibit at the center, 28123 Orchard Lake Road, Farmington Hills, www.holocaustcenter.org, 248-553-2400.

• The Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation and Greenfield Village: 20900 Oakwood Blvd., Dearborn, Ford Rouge Factory Tours Monday-Saturday, purchase tickets online, prices vary, thehenryford.org.

• Motown Museum, 2648 W. Grand Blvd., Detroit, motownmuseum.org.

• Greater West Bloomfield Historical Society: Open 1st/2nd/4th/5th Sundays of the month and 3rd Fridays, 1-4 pm, (holidays excluded) with exhibits including “Four Communities” exhibit at The Orchard Lake Museum, 3951 Orchard Lake Road, Orchard Lake. Admission is free, donations are welcome, www.gwbhs.org, 248-757-2451.

• Dossin Great Lakes Museum, 100 Strand Drive, Belle Isle, Detroit, detroithistorical.org.

• Meadow Brook Hall offers Guided House Tours and Self-Guided Tours, check available times and purchase tickets at meadowbrookhall.org/tours, ticket prices vary. Meadow Brook Hall, 350 Estate Drive, Rochester, on the campus of Oakland University.

• Sloan Museum of Discovery: 1221 E. Kearsley St., Flint, www.sloanmuseum.org, 810-237-3450, admission prices vary.

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Detroit Tigers open May with Matt Vierling blast, 4-1 victory over St. Louis Cardinals

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Kenta Maeda wasn't perfect Wednesday, but he mitigated the damage against the St. Louis Cardinals in the first six innings while getting enough run support — primarily from Matt Vierling — to pick up his first win as a Detroit Tiger .

The Tigers took down the Cardinals, 4-1, in the final game of the interleague series. The win gave the Tigers their fourth straight series win after the teams split the first two games in a doubleheader Tuesday . The Tigers (18-13) sit five games above .500 a day into May.

Maeda was in control out of the gate, retiring eight in a row before allowing his first runner. Slugging catcher Willson Contreras did the only damage, knocking a 433-foot home run into the center field shrubbery, but the Tigers already had a lead and the bullpen was able to shut the door with three scoreless innings.

"We were able to jump on top, which is always important in a getaway day, series-deciding game," manager A.J. Hinch said. "Kenta had pretty good stuff from the very beginning."

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The Tigers built a three-run lead through the first three innings to give Maeda a cushion. Rookie Colt Keith, who entered Wednesday hitting .154 in 26 appearances, got the scoring started with a hard-hit RBI double into the right-center gap to score Vierling from first in the bottom of the second.

In the third, Kerry Carpenter began a two-out rally with a line drive single that snuck under the glove of St. Louis shortstop Masyn Wynn. Vierling, a St. Louis native, crushed a 414-foot two-run home run to left center soon after, clearing the Little Caesars logo between the bullpens, to put the Tigers up 3-0.

"It's awesome," Vierling said about playing his hometown team. "And then to have a little bit of success too and help the team win, that feels even better."

Contreras started the fourth inning with his shot to center to get the Cardinals on the board and make it 3-1, but Maeda recovered to make it through the next nine outs unscathed. Three relievers combined to throw the last three innings without giving up a run.

Vierling, Keith provide pop for Tigers' offense

Keith's second career MLB double came off a middle-middle changeup and zoomed at 104.5 mph into the deep alley in right-center, just enough to get past right fielder Lars Nootbar's glove to score Vierling from first.

"I was just really happy he didn't catch it and I was able to get an RBI for the team," Keith said. "I felt like it's been tough for me to contribute, and I was really happy I was able to get that RBI."

The prospect of Nootbaar making a play on the ball prompted Hinch to joke afterward that a "status check" on Keith would have been needed, considering the rookie's rough April, with several well-struck balls turned into outs by good fielding.

"It's been a tough little stretch for me but I feel like if anybody's going to come out of it on top, it'll be me," Keith said.

The third inning was shaping up to be Detroit's first 1-2-3 inning of the day, but Carpenter took a high fastball up the middle for a two-out single. Vierling watched the first three pitches of his at-bat to reach 2-1 before turning on an inside curveball to crush a line drive for a 414-foot two-run home run.

"(I'm) just trying to hit the ball in the air," Vierling said. "Trying to pull it more but there's ups and downs with it. Just trying to get the ball up."

The Tigers added an insurance run courtesy of Vierling in the bottom of the 8th inning. Wenceel Pérez opened the inning with a single and took third on a Kerry Carpenter single to right, then scored on Vierling's sacrifice fly to right.

It was Vierling's second three-RBI game this week; he played hero in Sunday's finale against the Kansas City Royals.

"He's as respected as anybody we have in that locker room because of the way he goes about his work," Hinch said. "I love him as a teammate, love him as a useful major-league player that can move around."

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Maeda navigates for quality start

Coming into his sixth start, Maeda did not have a win and boasted a 5.96 ERA in his young Tigers tenure. He delivered his best start in his past outing, with five scoreless innings and just three hits allowed against the Tampa Bay Rays, but wound up with a no-decision.

On Wednesday, Maeda found that groove again and lasted six innings. He gave up one run on four hits and no walks, with five strikeouts. He threw 79 pitches, 52 for strikes, and didn't allow a runner other than Contreras to pass first base.

"Simply very happy," Maeda said through translator Dai Sekizaki when asked about his first Tigers win. "I wasn't able to get a win for the first month so it's very nice to get that first one out of the way. It's a significant win for me."

He produced 10 whiffs on 34 swings (29.4%) by attacking with his offspeed pitches. He got four with his splitter, three with his slider, two with his four-seam fastball and one with a sinker. He threw his slider and splitter the most, 31.6% and 27.8% respectively, followed by the fastball at 25.3%. His fastball averaged 90.7 mph, bettering his season average (89.7 mph) by 1.2 mph.

The first batter to reach for St. Louis was No. 9 hitter Michael Siani, who reached on a single to center with two outs in the third, but Maeda forced leadoff hitter Brendan Donovan into an inning-ending groundout. Contreras started the next inning with his shot, but Maeda rallied to strike out Nootbar on a splitter then induced a lineout and groundout.

"You can hat-tip him on that one," Hinch said of Contreras' home run. "Kenta continued to pound the strike zone. I think probably his best fastball, location and velo today."

St. Louis started the fifth and sixth innings with leadoff singles, but Detroit escaped both innings on double plays, one on a lineout to first baseman to Spencer Torkelson and one capped by Carson Kelly catching a stealing runner at second after a strikeout.

Will Vest was the first arm out of the bullpen and was pulled after getting two outs and allowing two hits. Left-habnder Joey Wentz got the Tigers out of danger by striking out Alec Burleson looking on a fastball. Alex Lange came up with a two-out strikeout against Contreras with runners on the corners after replacing Wentz in the eighth. Lange stayed out in the top of the 9th and picked up three quick outs sandwiched around a Nolan Arenado walk for his second save of the season.

"A day like today gives all of us a ton of confidence," Hinch said.

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