March Madness in the Motor City

Feb 26, 2024 | Commercial Real Estate, Downtown Properties, Retail

As the cold grip of winter begins to loosen, Detroit emerges from hibernation with a flourish of activity in March. From cultural exhibitions to electrifying concerts, the Motor City offers a diverse array of events to suit every taste. 

HERstory Detroit: Bold Women who Dared at Huntington Place – March 4

Detroit’s history is rich with the stories of pioneering men who shaped the city, but what about the women who stood alongside them? HERstory Detroit aims to shine a spotlight on these unsung heroes, celebrating the trailblazers who dared to make their mark on the Motor City. Join City Tour Detroit on a historic journey that highlights the remarkable contributions of Detroit’s bold women, whose legacies continue to inspire us today.

International Anime Music Festival at the Masonic Temple Theatre – March 5

Step into a world where anime and music collide at the International Anime Music Festival. This immersive concert experience brings together the biggest stars of anime pop for a night of electrifying performances. With dazzling visuals, state-of-the-art effects, and pulsating beats, prepare to be transported to a realm where fantasy meets reality in the heart of Detroit.

BareFace at Connection Church – March 11

Embark on a journey into the enchanting world of Glome with Ballet 5:8’s captivating performance of BareFace. Set against a backdrop of Grecian fairytales, this dynamic story ballet mesmerizes audiences with its blend of athleticism, storytelling, and visual artistry.

Detroit St. Patrick’s Parade along Michigan Avenue in Corktown – March 12

An image of the St. Patrick's Day Parade that happens in March in Detroit.

Get into the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day with the annual Detroit St. Patrick’s Parade in Corktown. Join the revelry as marching bands, floats, and colorful displays fill the streets, creating a festive atmosphere like no other. With a history dating back over a century, this beloved tradition brings together thousands of spectators to celebrate Irish culture and heritage in the heart of Detroit.

The Albert – 1228 Griswold St, Detroit

Located near Michigan Ave lies the Albert – a commercial oasis in the heart of Capital Park. Principal and Keystone Commercial Real Estate co-founder Greg Newman represents the location. We recommend checking out all the Albert has to offer: 

La Laterna: Menu is a celebration of classic Italian cuisine, with a focus on Neapolitan-style brick oven pizzas, handmade pastas, and mouthwatering paninis.

Dessert Oasis Coffee Roasters: Coffee roasters with a focus on building community through the sharing of desserts and live music. 

Charminar Biryani House: Acclaimed Indian restaurant focusing on providing the most authentic Indian cuisine at affordable prices.

Boyd: Facial Plastic Surgery and Medical Spa offering skincare products, body sculpting, and cosmetic operations.

Juice Box Blend: Juice bar offering a wide variety of juices and smoothies, ice cream and desserts, and cookies. Featuring unique blends of Middle Eastern fruits, vegetables, and spices.

More March Madness

March in Detroit is packed with a plethora of events to keep you entertained all month long. From the adrenaline-fueled action of the AMA Supercross Championship to the cultural exchange at the Michigan Sneaker XChange, there’s no shortage of things to see and do in the Motor City!

For more resources on what to do in Detroit, visit Secret Detroit and Visit Detroit.

For more information about the commercial real estate industry, please visit our other articles. 

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