Activities in Detroit


Roller Skating for Two or Four at Detroit Roller Wheels (47% Off)

Detroit Roller Wheels

Detroit Roller Wheels

Shoot the moon, walk the duck, or just go for a leisurely skate across a massive hardwood rink

$18 $9.50

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Roller-Rink Outing with Skate Rental for Two or Four at Northland Roller Rink (44% Off)

Northland Roller Rink

Northland Roller Rink

Roller rink the size of an airplane hangar boasts new hardwood floors and an updated sound and light system

$18 $10

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Five or Ten Barre-Fitness Classes at Detroit Barre (Up to 59% Off)

Detroit Barre

Detroit Barre

Fitness classes make use of the ballet barre to help students tone muscles and increase flexibility

$90 $46

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Open Skate with Skate Rental, Pizza, and Soda for Two, Four, or Six at RollerCade (Up to 49% Off)

RollerCade

Rollercade

This family-friendly roller skating rink has been family-owned for 60 years and features special themed nights throughout the week

$19.50 $11

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$19 for One Ticket to a Round of the Big Ten Men's Hockey Tournament at Joe Louis Arena, Plus a T-Shirt ($45 Value)

Big 10 Men's Ice Hockey Tournament

Joe Louis Arena

Hockey’s rising stars clash for glory during the Big 10 Conference tournament’s first-ever appearance at Joe Louis Arena

$45 $19

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Sister Hazel at St. Andrew's Hall on Saturday, February 28, at 8:30 p.m. (Up to 66% Off)

Sister Hazel

Saint Andrew's Hall

Florida alt rockers behind the ’90s smash “All for You” treat fans to decades of upbeat melodies and sugary harmonies

$29 $10

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6, 12, or 18 Personal-Training Sessions or Group Fitness Classes at My Tactical Advantage (Up to 86% Off)

My Tactical Advantage LLC

Detroit

Instructors help guests tone bods via personal training and group fitness sessions

$120 $29

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Interactive Kids' Art Exhibit for Two or Four with Optional Art Kits at Arts & Scraps (50% Off)

Arts & Scraps

East English Village

Non-profit organization teaches kids how to create art from recycled materials with exhibits such as the Junk Xylophone

$10 $5

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'80s & '90s Soul Jam Starring Keith Sweat at Masonic Temple on Sunday, April 26, at 7 p.m. (Up to 22% Off)

80s 90s Soul Jam Starring Keith Sweat

Masonic Temple Detroit

New Jack Swing crooner behind “Twisted” headlines a night of R&B with El Debarge, Mint Condition, Changing Faces, Adina Howard, and Whodini

$73.10 $57

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Jessica Lang Dance Company at Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts on Friday, April 17 (Up to 51% Off)

Jessica Lang Dance Company

Detroit Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts

A company known for the striking aesthetic and technical mastery of its eponymous composer performs several short, dynamic pieces

$100 $49

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Rusted Root at St. Andrews Hall on Friday, August 21 (Up to 66% Off)

Rusted Root

St Andrews Hall

Pittsburgh-based band behind “Send Me On My Way” melds driving rock with elements of world music

$29 $9.99

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Monster Energy AMA Supercross at Ford Field on Saturday, March 21 (Up to 46% Off)

Supercross

Ford Field

Motocross pros rumble into Ford Field for an evening of high-adrenaline AMA Supercross action

$35.50 $19

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Dramatic or Comedic Play with Champagne at Detroit Repertory Theatre Through June 28 (Up to 55% Off)

Detroit Repertory Theatre

Detroit Repertory Theatre

Dark comedy about work relations, exploration of racial inequality, poignant story of two unlikely housemates, or 9/11 drama

$44 $20

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North American Bicycle Show for Two or Four on March 28 (50% Off)

North American Bicycle Show

Cobo Center

Part of North American Bicycle Show, this event includes over 120 vendors, a bike swap, seminars, demos, education, and parties

C$20 C$10

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  • Diamond Jack's River Tours
    The Detroit River's international waters stretch out for miles in either direction, winding along the Detroit skyline and kissing the Canadian border. As ships snake their way through the current, they pass lighthouses on small green islands, bridges stretched across overhead, and workers milling about on the riverside docks. Building on 20 years of boating, the captains of the Diamond Jack, Diamond Belle, and Diamond Queen let passengers take in these sights to the tune of guided narration as their ships' white and sea-foam green hulls slice through the water. The three ships have proven impervious to squalls and Poseidon's road-construction crews since their maiden voyages in the mid- to late 1950s, and safely gather up to 250 passengers on their panoramic upper decks or in protected lower cabins. Today, passengers on these storied steel decks can sip beer, wine, and soft drinks or nibble on snacks from an on-board snack bar during tours. Captains also pilot each ship on private group excursions, as well as school field trips past the river's ships, yacht clubs, parks, and docks.
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    13000 Denmark St
    Detroit, MI US
  • Detroit Princess Riverboat
    At 222 feet long and 88 feet high, the Players Riverboat Casino II wouldn't fit on parts of the upper Mississippi River. So when it had to leave its Louisiana home for a new job in Detroit, it took the long way there, passing around Florida, Maine, and Nova Scotia until it chugged through the Gulf of St. Lawrence. All this was just the beginning of the boat's journey?the next step was a thorough transformation from a scrapped gambling vessel into an opulent cruise ship. The staff gussied up its interior, installed several kitchens, and gave it a new royal title: the Detroit Princess Riverboat. Today, the Detroit Princess is a coveted venue for high-energy celebrations and relaxing cruises alike. Its five tiers of outdoor decks afford dual skyline views of Detroit and Windsor and up-close glimpses of the Ambassador Bridge, the crucial link that keeps Canada from floating away. Inside each of the boat's four stories, passengers can visit a full bar and socialize inside heated and air-conditioned rooms. The biggest of these boast dining areas anchored by prime-rib buffets and sprawling dance floors where DJs or live Motown groups prompt guests to boogie down. Holiday parties, late-night excursions, and private charters take the nightclub vibe to the water, and floating wedding ceremonies and receptions let even the merfolk branch of the family be a part of the fun.
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    201 Civic Center Dr.
    Detroit, MI US
  • Rollercade
    If you wanted to buy RollerCade a gift, you might consider something with diamonds. The family-owned roller skating rink is on track to celebrate its 60th anniversary, having welcomed families to take a spin around its glossy track since 1955. It's a testament to the timelessness of the sport, but RollerCade does its part to try and keep the time-honored pastime fresh. On Friday nights, moms and dads, sons and daughters all roll to the sound of high-energy music as they play skating games, such as shoot the duck, while other weekdays bring their own themed events such as Tuesday night Zumba sessions or Saturday afternoon learn-to-skate classes. Guests can rent skates at the rink or purchase their very own pair at the on-site shop, which also services skates when they've lost a wheel or suffered a flat.
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    2130 S Schaefer Hwy.
    Detroit, MI US
  • Northland Roller Rink
    Northland Roller Rink has been welcoming skaters to its oversized facility since the 1950s. The rink, which is big enough to hold a commercial airliner, now boasts new hardwood floors made of maple, as well as an updated light and sound system. Skaters glide across the rink's smooth surface, dancing to beats funneled out through the sound system while multicolored lights strung above them illuminate their moves. Throughout the week and month, the rink hosts various groups during open skate, family skate, and adult skate session open to patrons 25 and older.
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    22311 W 8 Mile Rd
    Detroit, MI US
  • Drive Table Tennis Social Club
    There are a lot of things going on at Drive Table Tennis Social Club, but it all works toward the same goal: make people happy. Founded in 2012, the club now resides inside the famous Penobscot Building in downtown Detroit. Here, strangers become friends while racking up points during games of table tennis, munching on snacks, and sipping on specialty wines and beers. Music also pumps through the club's speakers, making it impossible for opponents to hear your embarrassing grunts.
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    645 Griswold Ste. 144
    Detroit, MI US
  • Detroit Bike City
    North American Bicycle Show promotes cycling in Detroit in myriad ways?from weekly group rides to bike expos and events that draw bike-lovers from across the country. In their store, they also sell apparel emblazoned with pro-bike slogans, for cyclists to sport around town. In everything they do, their mission is to encourage the growth of bike culture in the city and throughout the world with their Slow Roll Global movement.
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    1 Washington Boulevard
    Detroit, MI US

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