Blowout tickets are on sale now at ticketweb.com! Don't waste precious Blowout time standing in line at the Majestic or at the Knights of Columbus. Buy them through ticketweb and you can pick them up fast.
Metro Times is happy to announce that the Ypsilanti-based Lightning Love will be featured on FOX2 on Sunday, March 2nd. The indie pop trio is performing at Blowout on Saturday, March 7 at 8 p.m. at the Belmont. For more information or to hear music from Lightning Love, visit their Myspace page at myspace.com/lightninglove.
The Night Move transportation company will be providing the Metro Times Blowout with shuttle service this year. The Night Move is a new shuttle service that transports people from the Royal Oak and Ferndale area to downtown Detroit and back. Company creators Jennifer Harlan and Chris Ramos began The Night Move as a way to fill a public transit void in the metro area. The Night Move is environmentally conscious as well, partnering with Clean Emission Fluids and NextEnergy to run their buses on B20 biofuel. Metro Times is excited to work with the Night Move and routes around Blowout will run from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. Thursday through Saturday.
Blowout 12 T-shirts are available for purchase online now! T-shirts cost $10 (+$5 if shipping) and can be shipped or picked up prior to Blowout at the Metro Times office, 733 St. Antoine, Detroit 48226.
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