Haute to Death will host two-day sonic multi-sensory experience in Detroit

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Kaylan Waterman, Vespre. - CHARITY PONTER
  • Charity Ponter
  • Kaylan Waterman, Vespre.

Winter’s over, baby.

Billed as a two-day soundscape, party providers Haute to Death are hosting a queen-filled experience intended to awaken our spring selves. First, the H2D crew invites folks to partake in a steam and scent ritual at historic hot spot the Schvitz. Providing the sounds and scents is New York City-based multisensory artist and musician Ziemba. DJ Queenie Island, aka H2D’s Ash Nowak will also perform her sonic magic at the Saturday steaming and Sunday’s midday backyard cleansing at Hamtramck’s Outer Limits Lounge where she’ll be joined by Detroit dreamwave babe Kaylan Waterman’s project, Vespre.

Event begins at 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 4 at the Schvitz, 8295 Oakland St., Detroit, and 4 p.m. on Sunday, May 5 at Outer Limits Lounge, 5507 Caniff St., Hamtramck; h2dsocial.club. Tickets for Saturday are $35 and include Sunday entry, tickets for Sunday are $7-$10.

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