Concerts will be coming back to metro area stadiums this summer as the live music gets back into business following the 2020 pandemic shut down.
Green Day, Weezer and Fall Out Boy have confirmed that their Hella Mega Tour, originally scheduled for the summer of 2020, will go on this summer, starting July 24 in Dallas and coming to Comerica Park on Aug. 10. Tickets are on sale, and those for the original date will be honored. Other details and refund information can be found at 313Presents.com.
Another 2020 package, The Stadium Tour -- featuring Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett -- has rescheduled again, to 2022, with a July 10 date at Comerica Park.
Comerica's two other concerts -- Billy Joel on July 9 and Guns N' Roses on July 24 -- remain on the stadium's schedule, with active ticket sales.
The Rolling Stones, meanwhile, have yet to announce new dates for the No Filter Tour that had a June 10, 2020 stop at Ford Field.
The past few weeks have seen an significant increase in concert announcements at venues of all sizes around the metro area. The DTE Energy Music Theatre is currently planning to open on July 23 with Rod Stewart and Cheap Trick and currently has nearly two dozen shows booked into early October. The Meadow Brook Amphitheatre hosts the Michigan Opera Theatre's "Cavalleria in Concert" on June 12, while the Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill has Maren Morris on tap for June 18 with 11 more concerts on the books.
Detroit's Aretha Franklin Amphitheatre, meanwhile, recently announced a Wednesday jazz series that starts July 7 and runs weekly through Sept. 22.
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