You are here
Home > Concert Preview > Must See Concerts in Detroit – March 2017

Must See Concerts in Detroit – March 2017

March concerts

Shaking off that winter haze for some killer shows this month. These are the concerts you gotta be at in Detroit for March of 2017.

Lake Street Dive

Where: Michigan Theater (Ann Arbor)
When: March 1
Why: We LOVE LSD here at HWID, we also love Lake Street Dive. Their newest album, Side Pony, was pretty great – we had an INTERVIEW to discuss it last year. Check it out.

Also, we reviewed their show at ROYAL OAK MUSIC THEATRE too.

Mickey Avalon

Where: The Shelter
When: March 2
Why: Check your inhibitions at the door because Mickey “Mr. Right” Avalon returns to Detroit in support of his new album Teardrops On My Tombstone. Being shown how to do the Jane Fonda by Mickey is worth the price of admission alone.

PANIC! At the Disco

Where: Palace of Auburn Hills
When: March 10
Why: Arena rock at it’s best, and in the final year of the Palace.

Dinosaur Jr.

Where: St. Andrew’s Hall
When: March 11
Why: Alternative rockers like Dinosaur Jr. never go out of style.

Bring Me the Horizon

Where: Masonic Temple Theatre
When: March 14
Why: Raw, loud and intense. BMTH bring a show like nothing else, and the Masonic Temple is the perfect venue for it.

Cold War Kids

Where: St. Andrew’s Hall
When: March 21
Why: Cold War Kids have always put on a great show in Detroit. We are pretty excited to be seeing them again.

Mac Sabbath

Where: The Magic Stick
When: March 21
Why: One of the most unique shows you’ll see this year. Dressed as McDonaldland characters on stage, Mac Sabbath are the self-appointed founders of “Drive Thru Metal”. They parody Black Sabbath, utilizing lyricism and imagery centered on fast food and you’ll easily find yourself smiling ear to ear at their show.

Regina Spektor

Where: The Fillmore
When: March 23
Why: Moscow-born Regina Spektor plays a sold out show at The Fillmore with her new album, Remember Us to Life. She also recorded an awesome cover of one of the greatest Beatles songs ever: “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”.

Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness

Where: The Fillmore
When: March 26
Why: Another piano player takes over The Fillmore, but Andrew McMahon and the Wilderness make their music easy to dance to.

At The Drive-In

Where: The Fillmore
When: March 27
Why: New music from At The Drive-In is reason enough to celebrate, seeing them live in Detroit is just the cherry on top.

Green Day

Where: Joe Louis
When: March 27
Why: It’s Green Day. I mean, their show at The Fillmore a few months ago was beyond epic. Round two is going to be just as nuts, and much more of us will get to see it.

See you around, Detroit!

Leave a Reply

Top