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Concert Update: Aretha Franklin Amptheatre, Motley Crue, Korn and more...
Detroit's Aretha Franklin Amphitheatre has formally postponed its summer 2020 season -- with an eye towards the summer of 2021.
The riverfront venue, formerly Chene Park Amphitheatre, has confirmed that 16 of its on-sale shows have confirmed they'll reschedule for next year, incuding: Sheila E. and Monica Blaire; Maxwell; the Isley Brothers and Chaka Khan; Jonathan Butler, Rick Braun and Tim Bowman; Jeezy and T.I.; Tower of Power; Avery Sunshine and Mike Phillips; Gerald Albright, Kim Waters and Kayla Waters; Kirk Whalum and Keiko Matsui; PJ Morton and BJ the Chicago Kid; Najee, Alex Bugnon and Latoya London; Christian Scott, Eric Roberson and Mumu Fresh; Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle; Will Downing and Lin Rountree; Incognito and Maysa; and Joss Stone and Macy Gray.
Fans are being asked to hold on to their tickets until new dates are announced. After that, per Ticketmaster policy, there will be a 30-day window for refunds.
Additional information and updates at TheAretha.com.
Other concert updates:
Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Poison, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, Aug. 20 at Comerica Park. New date in 2021 TBA. 313Presents.com.
Korn and Faith No More, Sept. 10 at the DTE Energy Music Theatre. 313Presents.com.
Eleanorfest, featuring Jill Jack and others, Oct. 3 at the Redford Theatre, Detroit. eleanorfest.com.
Refunds available via point of purchase.
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