UFO Factory announces opening month lineup, Laika Dog return


UFO Factory as of Sept. 12. - PHOTO BY JERILYN JORDAN
  • Photo by Jerilyn Jordan
  • UFO Factory as of Sept. 12.

The UFO Factory is back from the grave on Oct. 26, and it's packed its first month's calendar with some of Detroit's favorite acts. The relaunch weekend also includes on Sunday the return of the venue's hot dog, grilled cheese, and tater tot purveyor, Laika Dog.

The line up is as follows. Find more info here.

Oct. 26
Deadbeat Beat
Double Winter
Special guests

Oct. 27
Jonathan Toubin's Soul Clap and Dance Off
Wolfman Band
'50s and '60s r&b/soul/rock 'n' roll classic style dance contest with a "costume and haunted Halloween Party, too!"

Oct. 28
UFOke  with co-hosts JENNYoke and Natalie, with karaoke to follow with the two hosts rotating each week after.

Oct. 29
Prude Boys (return from tour show)
Jenny & Jackie
Werewolf Jones

Oct. 30
MC50th Zenta New Year at Third Man official afterparty

Oct. 31
Something Cold dark wave / fog / Halloween party

Nov. 1
Craig Brown
John Salvage
Corey Weedon
(All playing solo.)

Nov. 2
U. Eye
Princess Dragon Mom
DJ Whodat

Nov. 3
Paint Thinner

Nov. 8
DJ Ryan Spencer

Nov. 9

Nov. 10
Shitty Club

N0v. 15
Drew McDowall (Ex Coil)
Hiro Kone
Nate Young (Wolf Eyes)
Something Cold

Nov. 17
Count Mack
Sheefy McFly and friends

Nov. 21
Stef Chura
Moon King

Nov. 23
In The Modern Room
DJ Brad Hales and guests

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