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Do you need something fun to do for Memorial Day? Brownie's On The Lake on the St. Clair Shores waterfront is hosting its annual pre-Memorial Day summer kickoff party from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. on Sunday, May 29 and features performances from more than 10 of Detroit's best DJs, including DJ Godfather.

The indoor/outdoor party is Michigan's most attended and the holiday's biggest party every year. Brownie's On The Lake is a restaurant, bar, and patio with a Lake St. Clair view and fresh seafood choices, as well as all-USDA prime beef, according to the restaurant. 

The party is part of a series of summer events on the water produced by DJ Godfather, Jody Haddad, Vinny Fontana, Jay Mahfouz, Craig Jelinek and Drew Franklin. So get out and dance, drink and mingle with your fellow Detroiters.
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Brownies recommends that you arrive early. Valet and self-parking will be available. General admission pre-sale tickets are $15 and you can purchase them here. VIP advance tickets are $25 and include minimal or no line and access to VIP areas and bars.

For VIP table service, to reserve a boat slip, or for more information, call 248-671-4151 or email info@vital2u.com.

For more information on the party and Brownie's on the Lake, call 586-445-8080 or visit www.browniesonthelake.com. The restaurant is located at 24214 Jefferson Ave. in St. Clair Shores. 

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