The District Detroit Local Art Walk Series: Check Out Local Artists

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Art Walk Information

There are three upcoming art walks in Detroit, and these are must-see for people who love local art, decor, design, and more. Check it out!

  • FREE Entry is open to guests of all ages

  • August 27th, September 10th, and October 1st from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m.

  • Located on Columbia Street (1 W Columbia Street) between the Fox Theatre and Little Caesars Global Resource Center

  • Parking

    • $5 parking will be available at the Fox Garage (see "Fox Garage Parking" for more info)

  • Fun on the street

    • Live Music from local DJs

    • Urban Dance performances 

    • Complimentary Caricature Drawings on a first come first served basis

    • Sample beverages, promotional giveaways, and classic yard games by Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey, Van Gogh Vodka, and Founders Brewing Co.

Where is Columbia Street?

Columbia Street is located between the Fox Theatre and Little Caesars Global Resource Center in the heart of the District Detroit.

View Columbia Street on Google Maps

Can I bring outside food or drinks?

No. Food and drink options will be available for purchase on-site provided by Frita Batidas as well as signature drink menus by Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey, Van Gogh Vodka, and Founders Brewing.

Alcoholic beverages will be sold to attendees 21 years and over. Please drink responsibly. 

Can I ride my bike or motorized scooter onto Columbia Street?

Columbia Street is for pedestrians only. Bike locks will be available free of charge at the Woodward entrance if needed.

Can I bring my dog with me to the event?

Yes! Dogs must be leashed to stroll the Art Walk. 

How can I sign up as a vendor for upcoming Art Walk Events?

Please complete our interest form if you are interested in more information about becoming an art vendor at one of our upcoming events. 

Submit Interest Here

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