'Emotional Locations' photo exhibit, concert, and cat adoption event to curl up at Catfe Lounge

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BROTHER HALLOW COURTESY PHOTO.
  • Brother Hallow courtesy photo.

Art, music, and cats? Talk about the ultimate meow-getrois. Ferndale’s Catfe Lounge will host this one-of-a-kind evening featuring acoustic performances by Brother Hallow and Remnose as well as the opening of Emotional Locations, a photography collection by Andrea Baquero. Oh, yeah — it’s also a cat adoption event so you can rock out, tune in, and give a purr-baby their fur-ever home just in time for the holidays. The Nosh Pit Detroit food truck will also make a yummy appearance.

Exhibit opening and concert takes place on Friday, Dec. 22 at the Catfe Lounge at 7 p.m.; 821 Livernois Ave., Ferndale; 248-733-3554; catfelounge.com; Admission is free.


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