Stone Temple Pilots, Bobby Brown, Neon Trees and more headlining Arts, Beats & Eats
The annual Labor Day weekend street party in downtown Royal Oak, the Soaring Eagle Arts, Beats & Eats, will be showcased by musical acts from decades past.
The Michigan Lottery National State welcomes 1990s hitmakers Stone Temple Pilots (led by Michigan native Jeff Gutt), Canadian classic rockers Guess Who and Detroit blues queen Thornetta Davis on September 3. Beatlemania Live !, Starship and synth-rock band Neon Trees are the big names on September 4th.
“The Voice” finalist Laith Al-Saadi and country artists Frank Ray and Justin Moore are on the main stage on September 5, which still has “TBD” listed for the 10:30 pm timeslot.
The outdoor event ends on September 6, Labor Day, starring Bobby Brown. The Grammy-winning R&B singer and rapper will take the stage at 8:30 p.m. following the Gin Blossoms and decades-long tribute band Your Generation in Concert.
“As we were unable to host the festival last year due to the pandemic, we wanted to measure up this year, and our team stepped up to organize a large-scale event,” said on Wednesday. event producer Jon Witz in a statement. . “This Labor Day weekend, festival goers can feast on a number of popular acts including Guess Who, Gin Blossoms and one of the biggest bands to book since the festival was conceived, Stone Temple Pilots. ”
In total, Arts, Beats and Eats will host more than 200 performances on nine stages. Witz said local festival bands will receive a 10% salary increase from 2019 booking rates.
The four-day party – free entry before 5 p.m. on September 3 and $ 5-10 the rest of the time – also includes a jury-rigged art exhibit with around 120 artists and dozens of local restaurants and food trucks spread across a 18 block in downtown Royal Oak. Last month, organizers announced that all food and drink vendors would accept payment directly and there would be no need to purchase tickets or vouchers. Visit artsbeatseats.com for details.
Metro Detroit is traditionally packed with entertainment offerings over the Labor Day weekend. In addition to Arts, Beats & Eats, the free Detroit Jazz Festival in downtown Detroit returns with in-person concerts September 3-6 and the Michigan State Fair will be held at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi from September 2-6.
Hamtramck’s annual open-air Labor Day festival also returns September 4-6 as a free event with a carnival, a wide array of culinary and musical headliners Timmy’s Organism, Danny D and Polish Muslims. , as well as International Big Time Wrestling.
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