Long Beach Legend, Snoop Dogg, rolled into Detroit with his impassioned presence that carries out good vibes and positive energy to ring in a celebration at The Fillmore in Detroit. In honor of his latest full-length album release, ‘I Wanna Thank Me’, Snoop came through for a sold-out crowd that sang along to every note as he took hella tokes on stage. If you’re talking longevity in the game, one major part of Snoop’s claim to fame is his ability to dive into the past with diehard fans by playing tracks such as “Forgot About Dre”, “Lay Low” and “I Wanna Fuck You”.
As an entrepreneur and business mogul, Snoop Dogg has his hands in a variety of endeavors within the Cannabis world including his recent collaboration with Israel-based business, Seedo. Snoop has also ventured into the Vegan and plant-based world and has teamed up with Beyond Meat and Dunkin’ Donuts to roll-out his ‘Beyond D-O-Double G’ Sandwich. Grab tickets HERE to catch the Long Beach Legend, Snoop Dogg, along the remaining overseas dates on his ‘I Wanna Thank Me’ tour.
Rock Powerhouse, Halestorm, took Detroit by storm with a performance that created a memory of a lifetime within diehard fans that stood outside in the cold to catch a glimpse of Lzzy Hale and the gang. As one of the leading and most prominent Rock bands of the past decades, Halestorm has ingrained their ‘Vicious’ energy into the legendary ranks with tracks such as “Uncomfortable”, “Do Not Disturb”, “Freak Like Me”, “Amen” and “Here’s To Us”. Co-headlining with In This Moment for a balls-to-the-wall fury of female Metal, Lzzy Hale’s energy is palpable and can uplift any room as her vocals soar and created a widespread mosh pit of frenzied Halestorm freaks.
Catch Halestorm along one of their remaining USA dates and grab tickets HERE while you still can.
Soulful Musician, Actor and Philanthropist, Common, let his light free in Detroit for a night to remember in celebration of the release of his latest album, ‘Let Love’. Taking long-time lovers of his music back to the days of “The Light” while introducing new tracks such as “Hercules”, “Memories of Home” and “Forever Your Love”, Common continues to embody the aura of a seasoned artist that carries out wisdom, class and honor through his every move and lyric.
Naturally treating the stage as though it were a movie set, Common not only puts on a concert, he brings forth a soulful experience that leads concertgoers in a state of awe. Catch Common on the remainder of his ‘Let Love’ tour dates and don’t forget to pick up a copy of his new book, ‘Let Love Have The Last Word’.
Legendary Punk Rockers, Sum 41, stopped by The Fillmore in Detroit as their ‘Order in Decline’ World Tour just kicked off in the United States. Playing all of their hits including “Fat Lip”, “The Hell Song”, “We’re All to Blame”, “The New Sensation” and “Welcome to Hell”, concertgoers are instantly jolted into a state of nostalgia of the prime days of their rebellious youth while Deryck, Frank Zummo and the gang keep their young spirits alive and well on stage. Packing a house of fans that were rocking merch dating back to the early Sum 41 days in 2002, the band is alive and well after a few years off to recalibrate and regroup which shows through their electric stage presence.
Do yourself a favor and grab tickets HERE to catch Sum 41 along the remainder of their ‘Order in Decline’ tour dates.
North Carolina Indie Rockers, Rainbow Kitten Surprise, brought their multidimensional stage show that is accompanied by their otherworldly and loving presence to The Fillmore in Detroit on Wednesday night for a well-received show. Packing the house from front to back, the guys played all of their hits including “Cold Love”, “Shameful Company”, “Seven” and “Devil Like Me”, leaving concertgoers swooning over their eccentric vibes.
Make sure to catch Rainbow Kitten Surprise on the remainder of their tour dates when they stop by your hometown.