What to know about Detroit holiday tradition

What to know about Detroit holiday tradition
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Celebrate the holidays in Detroit this weekend with an annual tradition – Noel Night.

The free event on Dec. 3 includes live music, more than 90 participating venues, art installations, visits with Santa, and more.

Find more holiday things to do here.

Activities will be held from 5-9 p.m. in the Cultural Center and 5-10 p.m. in Midtown.

“Noel Night is designed as a really special experience for everyone with beautiful outdoor art installations, holiday shopping at small businesses, live music, and free activities for all ages,” said Sue Mosey, Executive Director of Midtown Detroit, Inc. “We are grateful to our partners and the over 90 participating venues for their excitement in bringing this tradition back this year.”

Noel Night performers

Manual Cinema’s “A Christmas Carol” – 4:30-5:30 & 7-8 p.m.
Manual Cinema takes on Dickens’s holiday classic with an inventive shadow play adaptation. 
Location: Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit Film Theatre, 5200…

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