Hey, just in case you missed it at the top of the Home page, this is to inform you that our annual groovy big Motor City Blowout music festival is now officially slated to take place Wednesday through Saturday, March 5th through 8th.
For those unfamiliar with the event (what, you live in a cave or something?), the Blowout is a wild idea that’s grown into a scrappy, sprawling event that featured roughly 250 bands last year alone. This will be the 11th year the Metro Times has taken over
Applications are currently being accepted online by clicking here. It’s a fully digital application, so it’s not even going to cost you postage to apply. (Never let it be said that the Metro Times is anything less than generous! Hell, we don’t even require an application fee. Take that, you greedy South By Southwest staffers!) The only catch in the application process is that your musical act must be based in
No, not that kinda blowout...!
This kinda Blowout:
Black Merda performs at the 2006 Blowout
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