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There is a lot to see and do in Detroit year-round; we have well over 226 events on our calendar in the next 90 days! So if you're visiting Detroit or just need to find something fun to do, check out our calendar for all upcoming 2014 Detroit events.

Originally settled by the French back in 1701, Detroit has evolved into a distinctly American city that holds the key to two of the United States’ biggest legacies – cars and music. Bearing the nicknames of both Motor City and Motown, Detroit has long been the home of the American automobile industry as well as the birth place of the rhythm and blues music that many consider to be the first uniquely American genre of music. While Motor City may not mean as much today as it used to, Detroit is still home to a number of automobile manufacturers, including Ford Motor Company, the Chrysler Group and General Motors. Berry Gordy’s Motown Records gave rise to a number of famous acts throughout the ‘60s and ‘70s, including Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross and the Supremes, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, the Jackson 5 and Marvin Gaye. Of course, fans of the rock band KISS know Detroit by another name, that of Detroit Rock City. No matter which type of music its residents prefer, the metropolitan area of Detroit is where 4.2 million people call home. Get your Detroit tickets from GoTickets.

Detroit Sports Tickets
Whether you prefer hockey, football, baseball or basketball, you certainly will not have a problem finding Detroit sports tickets to fit your fancy. The Detroit Pistons of the NBA have won three NBA championships throughout their legacy, and you can pick up Detroit Pistons tickets to see the team play at The Palace of Auburn Hills, which is located in a suburb of Motor City. The Detroit Lions of the National Football League play within the city limits of Motown at Ford Field, which also hosted Super Bowl XL. In Major League Baseball, the Detroit Tigers play at Comerica Park, while the most famous sports franchise in the city might just be the Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League, who play home games at Joe Louis Arena.

Detroit Concert Tickets and Detroit Theater Tickets
With such a strong music heritage, Detroit concert tickets continue to be a hot commodity in Motown. Among the historic venues to catch live music as well as Detroit theater tickets for theatrical performances include the historic Fox Theatre, Gem Theatre, Temple Theatre, Fillmore Detroit, the Majestic Theatre, The Palace of Auburn Hills and the DTE Energy Music Theatre.

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