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Our Must See Detroit Concerts For July

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Here are the July concerts in Detroit we’re looking forward to most.

Modest Mouse w/Brand New

Where: DTE Music Theatre
When: July 3
Why: The Portland-based indie rockers Modest Mouse continue to be just as weird as their hometown. Brand New as openers ensure an incredible night of music just before Independence Day.


Weezer w/ Panic! At the Disco

Where: DTE Music Theatre
When: July 8
Why: Weezer are working on their third decade making hits, and they aren’t slowing down anytime soon.


Noel Gallagher w/ Ryan Adams

Where: Meadowbrook Amphitheater
When: July 12
Why: Noel Gallagher has made two pretty amazing records in his post-Oasis career. Don’t worry, Noel still plays all the hits we loved from the 90s.


Holy F*ck

Where: The Shelter
When: July 15
Why: Holy Fuck are a Canadian electronica band ready to blow the roof off The Shelter. They will leave you saying, “Holy cow”.


Old Crow Medicine Show

Where: Fox Theatre
When: July 16
Why: Old Crow Medicine Show are the good ol bad boys from down south. They are the twangy originators of the often covered “Wagon Wheel”. Also, this is the closest HWID will get to attending a country show.


Hall and Oates

Where: DTE Music Theatre
When: July 18
Why: Sooooooo many classic 80s guilty pleasure tunes to enjoy.


Gary Clark Jr

Where: The Fillmore
When: July 21
Why: Greatness comes to Detroit in the form of Gary Clark Jr. The blues guitar god can’t be missed.


The Temperance Movement

Where: Saint Andrew’s Hall
When: July 23
Why: Energetic blues rock and lead vocals of a soul singer after a pack of Marlboro reds.


Mo Pop Festival

Where: Detroit Riverfront
When: June 23
Why: Read our full preview: 3 Must See Acts at Mo Pop Festival.


The Struts

Where: St. Andrew’s Hall
When: July 25
Why: They’re called The Struts for a good reason. Strutting around with a glam-rock swagger you’ve never seen.


The Arcs

Where: St. Andrew’s Hall
When: July 26
Why: The Black Keys frontman Dan Auerbach comes to Detroit with the spacey side project The Arcs.


The Last Shadow Puppets

Where: The Fillmore
When: July 26
Why: Speaking of side projects, Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner and Miles Kane are back with album #2 as The Last Shadow Puppets.


ROAD TRIP: Lollapalooza

Where: Chicago
When: July 28-31
Why: Live Tweeting and Instagram posts! Don’t worry Detroit, we’ll be back.

See you around Detroit!

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