Metro Times' Vodka Vodka is moving to the Fillmore Detroit this year


  • Dontae Rockymore

For its ninth year, Metro Times presents Vodka Vodka — a party so good we had to name it twice. This year, the tasting event moves to the Fillmore, but that’s not the only thing that has changed. If you think spice is nice, head to the new Tito’s Bloody Mary bar complete with Brewt’s and McClure mixes. (And pickles, duh!) To satisfy your sweet tooth, you might want to head to the Ciroc Chocolate martini bar. Appetizers are included in the price of the ticket.

There will be live entertainment from Caleb Gutierrez (formerly of the Infatuations) and DJ Danny D. As always, drink responsibly, and most importantly drink vodka.

See a slideshow of photos from last year's Vodka Vodka here.

Event runs from at 6:30-10:30 p.m.; 2115 Woodward Ave., Detroit; 313-961-5451;; Tickets are $35 in advance ($45 day of the event) and include entry to the main floor and 8 drink tickets, Gold VIP tickets are $55 advance ($65 day of event) and include 10 drink tickets, commemorative glass, lights appetizers, and access to Tito’s Handmade Vodka second floor bar.

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