Outdoor concert season continues through October – The Oakland Press


For most years, the start of October means outdoor venues in the metro area have been closed for another off season.

But that’s not most years.

With a late start due to the pandemic, amphitheatres will host shows through the middle of the month with a full roster this weekend – in addition to a big arena show, Blake Shelton on Friday night October 1 at Little Caesars Arena. For those who wish to stay in the great outdoors, we also have:

• Rapper Lil Baby’s The Back Outside Tour with Lil Durk, Coi Leray, Rylo Rodriguez and Bankroom Freddie, 8 pm Friday October 1 at DTE Energy Music Theater in Independence Township. Tickets cost $ 39.50 and up.

Needtobreathe, who performs here at the 4th Annual KLOVE Fan Awards at the 2016 Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, TN, will perform on October 1 at the Michigan Lottery Amphitheater in Sterling Heights. (Photo by Rick Diamond / Getty Images for KLOVE)

• Christian rockers Needtobreathe, joined by Switchfoot and New Respects at 6:55 pm Friday, October 1, at the Michigan Lottery Amphitheater, Sterling Heights. Tickets cost $ 32.50 and up.

Slipknot presents its Knotfest Roadshow at the DTE Energy Music Theater in the Township of Independence on October 2. Photo by Alexandria Crahan-Conway

• Slipknot masked headbangers and their Knotfest Roadshow with Killswitch Engage, Fever 333 and Code Orange, 5:30 pm Saturday October 2, at DTE. Tickets cost $ 39.50 and up.

• Indie rockers Glass Animals and Blackstarkids, 7:30 pm Saturday, October 2, Michigan Lottery Amphitheater. Tickets cost $ 40.30.

Call 313-471-7000 or visit 313Presents.com for tickets or information on all of these shows.


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