Northern Lights Lounge turns 10!

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Detroit's Northern Lights Lounge is a decade old and to celebrate those 10 years in business, they're throwing a weekend-long shindig with good food, craft beer, campfires, and more. Events will have a decidedly "harvestfest feel."

The weekend beings with an indoor/outdoor party on Friday night with DJ sets by Kevin Reynolds, Sherif, Super Dre, John Johr, Eric Sutter, Jeremy Poling, ADMN, E. Spleece, Eric Johnson, Nesto, and Joey Krueger. There will be food until the bar closes and cover is only $5.



Saturday is a two-parter with brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and then live music starting at 9 p.m. Catch Last Ghost, Jungshin, Alison Lewis, Osekre and the Lucky Bastards plus Top Kat and Frankie Bank$ will be DJing. Cover is a measly $7. 

Sunday will also have brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., then a Paxahau House Party starting at 4 p.m. Ataxia, Keith Kemp, Mr. Joshooa, Gabi, Chuck Flask, and Erno will be spinning with free food until close. This party is free. 



To top it all off, everyone who attends these festive and celebratory events will go home with a free Dennis Coffey poster. Who could ask for anything more?


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