Known as the biggest bar night of the year, Thanksgiving Eve is an overlooked opportunity to catch some music while also enjoying an assortment of liquid courage before facing the dreaded onslaught of family small talk on Thanksgiving day. Hell, you can even get a free ride home from the party of your choice so you have no excuse not to partake in at least one of these pre-turkey feast bangers.
Danny Brown's Bruiser Thanksgiving V @ the Majestic
Featuring special guests Valee, Jpegmafia, Jay Daniel b2b Kyle Hall as Fundamentals, Bruiser Brigade, Bearcat, and Sam Austins. Event starts at 8 p.m.; 4140 Woodward Ave, Detroit;
Tickets are $30+ and are available for purchase at ticketfly.com; all ages.
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Louis the Child
@ the Masonic
Featuring special guests NoMBe and R.LUM.R. Event starts at 8 p.m.; 500 Temple St., Detroit; Tickets are $30+ and are available for purchase at ticketmaster.com; 16+.
Detroit Love Thanksgiving Eve @ TV Lounge
Featuring performances from Octave One, DJ Minx, Al Ester, and Earl Mixxin McKinney. Event begins at 9 p.m.; 2548 Grand River Ave., Detroit;
Tickets are 15+ and are available for purchase at seetickets.us; 21+.
Generation Axe @ The Fillmore
Featuring Steve Vai, Zakk Wylde, Yngwie Malmsteen, Nuno Bettencourt, and Tosin Abasi. Event begins at 6:30 p.m.; 2115 Woodward Ave., Detroit;
Tickets are $25+ and are available for purchase at ticketmaster.com; all ages.
6LACK @ Royal Oak Music Theatre
6Lack will perform with special guest Summer Walker. Event begins at 7 p.m.; 318 W. 4th Street, Royal Oak;
Tickets are $35+ and are available for purchase at axs.com; all ages.
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