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We’re beyond excited to announce the first lineup of the Summer on the MOCAD Homestead series!
Summer on the MOCAD Homestead is our way of bringing some of our favorite bands to fans right here in Detroit. And the experience couldn’t be more idyllic — the stage sits on the lawn of the MOCAD, adjacent to Mike Kelley's Homestead... So sprawl out on the lawn + soak up the magick of the evening.
This series is produced by El Club + MOCAD. In addition to music, the museum will be open late night + there will be a hearty roster of local food vendors, craft vendors and more surprises..
Check out the series line-up below and start planning your summer of music! All shows are all-ages and shows will go on rain or shine. Parking is available but limited, so we recommend carpooling if you can.
June 29th: Princess Nokia
July 22nd: Raphael Saadiq
August 24th: Tank + The Bangas
September 28th: Deerhunter
Artists subject to change.
No outside food or beverage allowed.
No video recorders and no cameras with detachable lenses will be allowed on the festival grounds.
If you are at all unsure about the equipment you're planning to bring, leave it at home!
Re Entry Policy
Please keep in mind that there will be absolutely no re-entry into the festival.
Guests without a wristband will be asked to leave—wristbands will only be available at entry.
A valid government-issued photo ID is required to purchase alcoholic beverages. Attendees will need to show their ID to festival security personnel in order to receive a wristband that will allow them to purchase alcohol. There are NO REFUNDS for unused beverage tickets.
The Summer Music Series will take place rain or shine.
Acts & Set Times
All acts advertised have confirmed their appearance. However, acts are subject to change without notice.
Lost & Found
Lost and Found is located at the admission desk inside of MOCAD. Lost and found items must be claimed within one week and may be picked up at the MOCAD admission desk during regular business hours.
Please Respect Our Neighbors.
Please show your respect and consideration for our neighbors as you enter and leave the concert. Don't be loud, don't litter, don't lock your bikes to private property, and don't post or distribute flyers in the neighborhood.
All rules and regulations are subject to change.
MOCAD is accessible to and usable by all patrons and visitors.
Code of Conduct
As a guest, you have an active role in creating an enjoyable and accepting environment for your fellow attendees, including speaking out when you see unacceptable behavior.
MOCAD has a zero-tolerance policy for harassment or discrimination of any kind, including but not limited to: race, color, national origin, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, religion, and disability status.
Offensive behavior includes, but is not limited to:
Acts of physical assault or battery
Racial or ethnic slurs
Groping, sexual assault, or unwanted sexual remarks
Any individuals or groups found in violation of this policy may be removed from the festival.
If you feel you’ve been harassed, or feel unsafe, please see a MOCAD staff member or member of our security team.
Princess Nokia / Suzi Analogue / Detroit Lines / Flint Eastwood / Yoshi Flower