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10 Reasons You Need To Check Out The Free Magical Light Show DLectricity This Weekend

One of the most magical events in the region is DLectricity. Having gone to two previous events, it’s a time where you see the streets chock-full of people and feel the creative energy that’s all around you. The free event happens every two years and is centered in the cultural district around Woodward between Kirby and Canfield. Buildings are used as canvasses and there are also free-standing exhibitions. If you didn’t know, it’s this weekend – Friday, September 22 and Saturday, September 2...

GALLERY: Making The Night "DLectric" at DLECTRICITY

DLectricity returned last night to a Woodward Avenue whose sidewalks were coursing with people checking out the multitude of exhibitions in all kinds of venues from museums to art galleries to walls of buildings to churches. Here is a selection of the exhibits, but nothing beats being there. DLectricity festivities continue tonight at 7 p..m with a Light Bike parade starting at 8:00 p.m. If you’d like to know more details, check out our previous post. Below you’ll find some samples of the arti...

DLECTRICITY To Delight Detroit This Weekend

There’s everything from a 4-mile long lighted bike parade to more than 35 artists lighting up immense buildings like the Detroit Public Library. What more could you ask for? Last year, about 75,000 people are said to have come to Midtown to enjoy a cavalcade of visual arts. It’s a time where Detroit feels like a super-dense major city, with throngs of people enjoying the displays and activities. The concept of DLECTRICITY is a “Nuit Blanche,” or a night time arts festival. It’s a free event...

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