There’s going to be some big concerts coming to Detroit and Southeast Michigan this year! Take a look at some of the biggest names that are heading our way.
- Feb. 7 – The Lumineers at Little Caesars Arena
- Feb. 22 – Garth Brooks at Ford Field
- Mar. 14 – Zac Brown Band at Little Caesars Arena
- May 1-2 – Elton John at Little Caesars Arena
- July 10 – Billy Joel at Comerica Park
- July 21 – Alanis Morissette at DTE Energy Music Theatre
- Aug. 15– Kenny Chesney at Ford Field
- Aug. 19 – The Hella Mega Tour (Greenday, Weezer, Fall Out Boy, and The Interrupters) at Comerica Park
- Aug. 20 – The Stadium Tour (Def Leppard, Motley Crue, Poison, and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts) at Comerica Park
And these shows are only a preview of the concerts in Michigan. You can find many more at https://www.detroitconcerts.org/.
See one of the most successful solo male artists in history perform at Elton John’s Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour on May 1st and 2nd at Little Cesar’s Arena. Launched in September, the show’s been met with rave reviews. Elton takes you on a journey through his life and career making music, performing some of his greatest hits of all time and exploring the personal meanings behind them.
Celebrate 25 years of Jagged Little Pill with Alanis Morissette on July 21 at DTE Energy Music Theatre, as part of her North American tour. The seven-time Grammy Award-winning artist is also promoting the release of her newest album, Such Pretty Forks in the Road, which comes out May 1st. She’ll be joined by special guest Garbage, with Liz Phair also appearing.
As America’s hometown for rock n’ roll, Detroit is happy to welcome some of the biggest names in rock music with The Hella Mega Tour – Greenday, Weezer, and Fall Out Boy. And if that’s not enough rock for you, the show is presented by Harley-Davidson, who’ll preview some of their newest motorcycles and electric bicycles at the concert.
As you plan for upcoming concerts in Southeast Michigan, think about transportation to and from the show. What could make one of these epic concerts even more unforgettable? A ride to the show with a big group of friends on one of premier party buses, of course. You can dance and sing your way to the concert, without worrying about parking or appointing a designated driver. Whatever your needs are, we have a luxury transport option for you.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner – have you and your special someone made plans yet? How about a romantic dinner date at one of Ann Arbor’s upscale restaurants? There are many to choose from.
Blue Llama Jazz Club – This upscale club in downtown Ann Arbor is the perfect place for a special dinner, especially if you love listening to jazz.
Vinology Restaurant & Event Space – What could be more romantic than tasting delicious wine, expertly paired with cuisine from around the world? You’ll find both at Vinology, also in downtown Ann Arbor.
Dessous – With fusion of Indian and French culinary influences and an upscale ambiance, Dessous is the ultimate dinner date destination in downtown Ann Arbor.
The Chop House – If you can’t imagine a romantic dinner without a high-quality steakhouse, then take your date to The Chop House. They have a downstairs wine cellar and lounge to create a perfect ambiance.
The Last Word – For a cozy dinner date in a dimly-lit speakeasy, head to The Last Word. The bar features live jazz and even has a book-themed menu.
Maybe you and your loved one prefer something more casual for a night out? Try some of these more low-key places.
Jolly Pumpkin Café & Brewery – For an authentic brewery atmosphere with a surprising menu, head to the Jolly Pumpkin. Their classic ambiance can’t be beat.
The Detroit Filling Station – Looking for a 100% vegan option this Valentine’s Day? Then the unique, delicious plates at The Detroit Filling Station are sure to please you.
Carlyle Grill – Carlyle Grill is an Ann Arbor favorite, with a comfortable atmosphere and great food. Have your special dinner here and you won’t wonder why Carlyle Grill is much-loved by Ann Arbor residents.
Frita Batidos – For an offbeat casual dining experience, head to Frita Batidos, home to Cuban inspired burgers and tropical milkshakes. Beat back the cold February weather with this sunny café!
To make your Valentine’s Day even more special, consider hiring a luxury vehicle for you and your loved one. A special dinner deserves special transportation. And nothing says VIP treatment like limousine pick up and arrival.
Getting Married in 2020?
Are your upcoming nuptials taking place this year? Your wedding is the happiest day of your life – but it can also be stressful. It’s never too early to start planning, especially if you want a big wedding with a lot of guests. There are countless things to prepare for – the venue, the guest list, the catering, the décor. And don’t forget about transportation!
Are your ceremony and reception being held at the same place? If not, you’ll need transportation between the two for you and your wedding party. Do you have a “bride and groom” only vehicle for your exit at the end of the reception? These are important logistical matters to consider when preparing everything for your big day.
Arranging transportation can be a big hassle when you have countless other things to worry about for your wedding. Fortunately, Rockstarz has several wedding packages for you to choose from. When you book with Rockstarz, we take care of everything. From a red carpet treatment to a complimentary bottle of champagne, we’ll make your day unforgettable.
Our wedding packages aren’t just for the bride, groom, and wedding party either. We can arrange a shuttle service for your guests as well, with one of our luxury party buses. Your friends and family have been with you through it all – make them feel extra special by having them ride in style and comfort. They want to celebrate your big day as much as you do after all!
You truly can’t go wrong with a limousine or party bus from Rockstarz on your big day. We handle every detail, make you and your guests feel like royalty, and ensure everyone arrives safely. What more could you ask for on your wedding day?
Visit Ann Arbor’s Breweries!
Ann Arbor has no shortage of breweries. What better way to go out with friends and avoid the cold than sipping some delicious craft beer in a cozy brewpub or taproom? And if you’re not a beer-lover – although you might be converted after tasting some of Ann Arbor’s top-notch craft beer – you can enjoy some scrumptious food at one of the brewpubs instead. Here are 4 of the best breweries in Ann Arbor worth checking out.
Your first stop is Edelbrau Brewing Company. Most famous for their traditional English and German style beers, Edelbrau has a tasting room open off of Ellsworth Road in Ann Arbor. The modest taproom betrays the big reputation of Edelbrau’s Old World-inspired beers and brewing techniques.
Owner Teo Watson-Ahlbrandt studied classic brewing methods from Germany and England, intrigued by the German approach of maintaining beer’s purity. A crowd favorite, the Oat Malt Brown Ale, is fashioned after a 1850s recipe Watson-Ahlbrandt found from the UK. For an authentically sourced beer with a historical character, head to Edelbrau.
Arbor Brewing has been creating sustainable craft beer since 1995. They have 3 Michigan locations, with a brewpub in Ann Arbor. They have their own beers on tap plus a full menu so you can grab dinner there as well.
Arbor Brewing was the first brewpub in Ann Arbor and they’ve been pushing the boundaries of craft beermaking with new styles for over 20 years. They’re especially proud of their sours, like the Barrel Aged Brune and the Biere Divette. The Ann Arbor brewpub’s casual ambiance is the perfect place to relax with friends while enjoying a tasty craft beer.
Grizzly Peak Brewing Co
Grizzly Peak Brewing Co is another Ann Arbor favorite with a full kitchen and bar. It’s at the heart of downtown Ann Arbor in a historic building, just blocks away from the University of Michigan campus. In addition to brewing their own beer, Grizzly Peak serves cuisine that strays from your typical bar food.
You can often find events happening here, too, like the upcoming Galentine’s Day Brunch on February 16. Grizzly Peak’s lively atmosphere makes it a must-visit among Ann Arbor breweries.
Pileated Brewing Company
Pileated is, like Edelbrau, a taproom rather than a full restaurant and bar. They’re just south of Lower Burns Park, on South Industrial Highway. From their LoLo IPA to their Stairwell Stout, Pileated tends to favor American-style beers with a twist.
If you can’t pick a favorite brewery don’t worry – you can visit them all! Make a day out of craft beer tasting by visiting 3-4 of them. But how to get around from brewery to brewery without persuading one of your friends to be the designated driver? Hire a limo or party bus with Rockstarz of course! We’ll make sure you get to where you’re going safely, so that you can relax and enjoy your craft beers.
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