Believe it or not, there will be live, in-person music this weekend in Detroit.
The Detroit Music Weekend, produced by Music Hall, is set for Saturday (July 25), featuring live music with a socially distanced audience, limited to 90 people at a time.
Everyone attending the event must wear a mask, including performers onstage, although vocalists are allowed to take off their masks while signing at the microphone.
Artists announced for the concert include Larry McCray, Beth Griffith-Manley, Kendrick Hardway, Mar Brisa, The Will Cyprian Experience, Beth Griffith, Audra Kubat, Alise King and more.
The event will run nine hours and be located in a lot at Madison and Grand River.
View the full lineup and find more information on the event and tickets here.