Summer Concerts - Michigan Opera Theatre

Spirit Plaza

Friday Concerts at Noon

June 20 - August 30

Come join Michigan Opera Theatre for this summertime concert series at Spirit Plaza! Artists will be performing pieces from beloved opera, operetta, and musical theatre works. Join us each week to hear something new every time!

Free and open to all — no registration is required.

Directions to Spirit of Detroit Plaza

The War Memorial


July 23, 7:30 PM

"A jewel in our SummerFest lineup, War Memorial partner Michigan Opera Theatre returns to the stage with an entracing concert of music from the opera and Broadway stages."

Free and open to all — no registration is required.

7:30pm on the lakefront lawn
Grounds open at 6:30pm

Directions to The Grosse Pointe War Memorial

The Detroit Zoo

Wild Summer Nights

July 24, 6:30-8:00 PM

Michigan Opera Theatre returns to the Detroit Zoo as a part of their Wild Summer Nights Concert Series. Grab a blanket, pack a picnic and relax while enjoying a performance from Michigan Opera Theatre Artists singing selections of music from well-known opera and musical theatre pieces! Tickets Available here: $14/Adult $11/Children $11/Seniors (Or, free with admission to the zoo)

Grand Circus Park

Summer Street Eats and Sounds

July 25, 7:00-9:00 PM

Savor the old world feel of Grand Circus Park during a summer music series showcasing the best Detroit jazz, classical, swing, and pop entertainers.

Food and non-alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase from local food trucks.

Free and open to all — no registration is required.


Henry Ford

Maker Faire

Sat July 27, 10:30AM & 1:30PM
Sun July 28, 11:30AM & 1:30PM

Performances on the Main Stage and Atrium.

Costume and Set Display from 9:30AM-6:00PM in the Main Atrium (William Clay Ford Plaza of Innovation)

Tickets and more info:

Artist Village, Old Redford, Detroit

Sidewalk Festival

Sat Aug 3, 5:00PM

Michigan Opera Theatre joins the annual artist festival, which transforms the streets of Historic Old Redford into a space for discovery, dancing, innovation and joy. In addition to performing opera and Broadway favorites, MOT will examine four African-American opera singers and their time in history through music and narrative.

Learn about the Sidewalk Festival

Boston-Edison Neighborhood, Detroit

Opera in Voigt Park

Sat Aug 10, 12:00PM & 1:30PM

Enjoy a summer afternoon in Voigt Park, nestled within Detroit's historic Boston-Edison neighborhood!

Free and open to all — no registration is required. Directions.

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