A half-dozen local comedians will stand up for a good cause this week.
"What's So Funny About Detroit," taking place 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 22, at the Canterbury Village Drive-In in Lake Orion. The event will raise money for Detroit public radio station WDET, which is facing a membership and donation shortfall during the Covid-19 pandemic.
WDET's Ryan Patrick Hooper will host the show, which will feature Josh Adams, Genivive Clinton, Pat Sievert, Roni Shanell, Wes Ward and Zech. Admission is $35 per car, with a six-passenger maxium, and tickets are available via BigTickets.com. Social distancing restrictions will be enforced on the grounds.
The drive-in is located at 2359 Joslyn Court. More details and updates at canterburyvillage.com.
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