On the Prowl

Arts and Entertainment

Compiled by Marvin Poindexter, Arts & Entertainment Editor

Graphic by Tamara Turner

Detroit Restaurant Week

Restaurants all-around the Metro Detroit area

Now until March 3

5 to 11 p.m.

Admission/Fees: $29-$39

Detroit is a city filled with a melting pot of some of the finest cuisines, and it will have 26 of its premier restaurants partake in Detroit restaurant week. Each restaurant will be offering a special made menu designed to give customers a one of a kind dining experience.

Restaurants participating in this event include: 24 Grille, Andiamo Italia Riverfront, Central Kitchen Bar, Chartreuse Kitchen & Cocktails, Cliff Bell’s and more.

The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical

Fisher Theatre

3011 W Grand Blvd, Detroit, MI

Now until March 10

Tuesday through Saturday 7:30 p.m.

Sunday at 6:30 p.m.

The Greek gods are ruining Percy Jackson’s life. Being the son Poseidon has taken, Percy discovers his powers in which he cannot control. With the help of Annabeth, daughter of Athena and his best friend Grover, a satyr, the trio end up on a quest leading them to Camp Half-Blood. For more information contact, 313-872-1000.

Sheck Wes

Saint Andrew’s Hall

431 E Congress St, Detroit, MI

Feb. 25

7 p.m.

Admission/Fees: Advance $29.50, Day of show $40

New York City raised rapper Sheck Wes is now on tour. Known widely for his hit song, “Mo Mamba,” Wes is signed to Travis Scott’s Cactus Jack Records as well as Kanye West G.O.O.D Music. Sheck was also the opening act on Travis’ Astroworld tour back in 2018.

Jeff Dunham: Overly Aggressive Tour

Little Caesars Arena

2645 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI

Feb. 28

7 p.m.

Admission/Fees: Tickets starting at $53.50

Global comedy superstar Jeff Dunham considered one world’s most “inventive entertainers” is back on tour. With over a million subscribers to YouTube, and over a billion views, Dunham has built an entertainment empire over the years with nonstop touring and innovation.

Ella Mai

Saint Andrew’s Hall

431 E Congress St, Detroit, Mich

March 2

7 p.m.

Admission/Fees:  Tickets $27.50

From doing song covers on Instagram based on smash hits from other recording artists to being discovered and signed by esteemed producer DJ Mustard, English singer/songwriter Ella Mai is now on tour. Having an unusual start to stardom Ella Mai, has secured her spot as not only an R&B but one of music’s risings stars.

Harlem Globetrotter/ Fan Powered World Tour
Little Caesars Arena

2645 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI

March 2

2 p.m.

Known for some of the most amazing feats in basketball, the Globetrotters are bringing their Fan-Powered World Tour to Little Caesars Arena. Everything the Globetrotters do will bring fans closer together. For more information, contact 313-471-7000 or 800-745-3000.

Michigan LGBTQ Comedy Fest

Ford Community & Performing Arts Center

15801 Michigan Ave., Dearborn, Michigan

March 2

8 p.m.

Admission/Fees: Advance $30

Join for the 23rd annual LGBTQ Comedy Fest organized by Motor City Pride in Dearborn. For side-splitting stand-up sets from our understanding stand up sets from four amazing comedians.

Meek Mill/ Motivation Tour

Fox Theatre

2211 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI

March 9

8 p.m.

Admission/Fees: Tickets start at $29.50

Multiplatinum hip-hop artist as well as criminal justice reform advocate, Meek Mill will be going on tour, titled The Motivation Tour. With the release of his latest album “Championships,” the 16-city tour will make its stop at the Fox Theatre in Detroit.