More than 60 local artisans showcase artwork, food, products, and other artifacts, all of which are made in Detroit
What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
- $5 for two admission tickets and 10% off ‘All Things Detroit’ merchandise ($10 value)
- $10 for four admission tickets and 20% off ‘All Things Detroit’ merchandise ($20 value)
- $15 for six admission tickets and 30% off ‘All Things Detroit’ merchandise ($30 value)
From 3-8 p.m. on Sunday, October 26, more than 60 local business will showcase products made right here in Detroit. Art, food, personal products, and more are just a few of the attractions, as well as live music and raffles every 30 minutes.
The Fine Print
About National All Things Detroit Day
At National All Things Detroit Day, small business owners, artists, instructors, and all sorts of other creative artisans unite for two primary reasons: to network with consumers and support the local business scene. Organized by Jennyfer Crawford of Ask Jennyfer fame, the event will showcase locally made products from local vendors and businesses. Attendees can examine Detroit-themed artwork and even participate in interactive demonstrations. Plus, even if they don't find anything they want to buy, those in attendance may not go home empty-handed since raffles and giveaways allow everyone to join in on the festivities.