Come celebrate our city's holiday traditions amid the state's premier arts & cultural institutions, historic churches and neighborhood galleries. They provide the perfect backdrop for a festive evening packed full of performances to enjoy with family and friends. Horse-drawn carriage rides, carolers, music, dance, children's activities, arts & crafts, shopping, and holiday delectables are all part of the evening's festivities. Over 60 different venues offer special programming to welcome Noel Night visitors.
Over 120 performances are sure to bring the sounds of the season to life.
All Noel Night performances are free of charge.
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Performances This Year Include
Blind Boys of Alabama
The Tartan Terrors
Breathe Owl Breathe
Slavic Soul Party!
Children will not want to miss the magical production, Snow Queen, by NY-based Hudson Vagabond Puppets.
Amanda Walther and Sheila Carabine of Dala
Melvin Davis and The United Sound
New Venues This Year Include
71 Pop Art Gallery and Bohomodern
Ecumenical Theological Seminary
Fourteen East Café
The Luella Hannan Memorial Foundation
Michigan State University - The Detroit Center
University of Michigan - The Detroit Center
Thistle Coffee House & Midtown Community Church
Wayne State University's Geology Department
YC Yoga Center for Life Detroit
Avoid the traffic home by sticking around for a 10 p.m. showing of Love Actually at Cass City Cinema. Cass City Cinema has partnered up with Noel Night participating venues to bring you a movie night for $1.