6 Concerts You Must See in Detroit This Week: Jan. 27- Feb. 2

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6 Concerts You Must See This Week is a roundup of some of the best shows in the city, and this week we’re featuring our top 6 concerts for Jan. 27- Feb. 2. Check back with us every week for the hottest shows and the greatest venues!

 


1. DUSTIN LYNCH

DUSTIN LYNCH CONCERTS

DUSTIN LYNCH CONCERTS

Thursday, January 30

The Fillmore Detroit (Image: Facebook Event)

‘It’s just natural. As country music evolves, some artists are bound to get left behind – but that won’t be Dustin Lynch’s story. With his new Ridin’ Roads EP, the Broken Bow Records hitmaker continues his relentless push forward, boldly reaffirming his place as one of country’s elite new stars.” – Dustin Lynch Facebook Biography

 


2. TEMPLES

TEMPLES CONCERTS

TEMPLES CONCERTS

Thursday, January 30

Saint Andrew’s Hall (Image: Facebook Event)

“Our third album Hot Motion has entered this world and is now available everywhere ☥ This record is two deep years in the making and signifies only the very beginning of our new journey. Listen now and enter the third era with us. smarturl.it/temples_hm” – Temples Facebook Biography

 


3. UMPHREY’S MCGEE

UMPHREY'S MCGEE CONCERTS

UMPHREY’S MCGEE CONCERTS

Friday & Saturday, January 31 and February 1

The Fillmore Detroit (Image: Facebook Event)

“UM has built a rabid fanbase through endless touring, putting them on the road 100+ nights a year. Their constantly evolving sound channels a wide spectrum of influences while still preserving their distinct voice through crafty songwriting. With a massive repertoire of originals and note-perfect covers, their live shows are like flipping through the presets on your radio dial. Their A.D.D. approach to “progressive improvisation” utilizes a set of Zappa inspired hand signals allowing them to orchestrate their melodic creations on the fly.” – Umphrey’s McGee Facebook Biography

 


4. THRICE

THRICE

THRICE

Saturday, February 1

St. Andrew’s Hall (Image: Facebook Event)

“American rock quartet Thrice formed in the late ’90s and became one of the more influential acts of the period alongside post-hardcore contemporaries Glassjaw and Thursday. After a pair of early-2000s punk releases, they broke into the mainstream with 2003’s brooding hardcore The Artist in the Ambulance and 2005’s atmospheric Vheissu. Into the 2010s, Thrice issued five consecutive indie Top Five efforts, peaking with 2016’s hard rock-leaning To Be Everywhere Is to Be Nowhere.” – Thrice AllMusic.com Biography

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5. MOTORKAM

MOTORKAM

MOTORKAM

Saturday, February 1

Ghost Light (Image from Facebook Event)

“The ultimate Ghetto Funk experience! Join us in celebrating MotorKam’s Genre bending album ‘YGMFU19″. Kam describes this as 90% Party 10% Concert so lets Celebrate! Featuring:

BLAAQGOLD (DJ)
J House (From Houseparty) (DJ)
MotorKam (Artist)
and The Lasso (DJ)

$5/ $8 the day of” – Facebook Event

 


6.  POPPY

POPPY

POPPY

Saturday, February 1

The Majestic (Image from Facebook Event)

“Los Angeles-based performance artist turned pop star Poppy — born Moriah Rose Pereira and formerly known as That Poppy — gained a substantial following on social media with her videos, the subjects of which grew ever more absurd and bizarre. When she began making music for Diplo‘s Mad Decent label, Poppy’s commentary on social media and fame became even more meta; the self-referential electro-pop of 2017’s Poppy.Computer and the forays into nu-metal and dance-pop on the following year’s Am I a Girl? further blurred the project’s boundaries.” – Poppy AllMusic.com Biography

 


BONUS:  Korn and Breaking Benjamin at Van Andel Arena

KORN. CONCERTS

KORN. CONCERTS

Thursday, January 30

Van Andel Arena Grand Rapids (Image from Facebook Event)

For those who want to take a trip to the Heartside, AKA Grand Rapids, Korn and Breaking Benjamin will be at Van Andel Arena. With names that big, who’d want to pass that up?
“Grammy award-winning heavyweights Korn and multi-platinum hard rockers Breaking Benjamin today announced their epic tour set for 2020. Fans will have the chance to see two of the biggest forces in rock perform on the same stage each night across North America in the new year. Special guests BONES UK will also join the tour on all dates.” – Facebook Event

 


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