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NEWS: DEC 29 DETROIT EVENT!

November 22, 2017

 

 

The 1st Annual Detroit RockHop - Dec. 29th, 2017 @ Ant Hall


An unforgettable, immersive musical experience. Bring your friends and enjoy modern vintage sights and sounds, kickass live music from DD White and Brother HallowSoul Deep spinning throwback vinyl, baby blue drink specials, and dancing.

 

Don’t miss out on the fun--> Tickets are $10 online pre-sale and $15 at the door. Tickets→ https://goo.gl/fZeTNi

For more information, visit www.detroitrockhop.com

Featuring: 
DDWhiteBrother HallowSoul Deep (spinning throwback 45 rpm vinyl”

 

⭐Interactive themed photo feature from Detroit's premium Photo Booth company Mi Mirror Me

⭐Amazing vintage themed black, white and blue decor including tons of balloons and much more

⭐Specialty cocktails

Suggested Dress:⭐Black, white and baby blue or fun vintage styled clothing encouraged but not mandatory. ⭐Suspenders will be highly regarded! 

 

 

 

Who’s performing?
DDWhite
Named New York’s 10-Top must see local bands, DDWhite is New York-based/Michigan-raised kaliedo-pop band with a distinctive rawness, solid rhythm section, engaging frontwoman and a good old-fashioned hooks. Charisma-packed, versatile, and fun, one can't help but be drawn in by the contagious energy of DDWhite. Catchy emotional hooks vibe with "in-your-face instrumentation" that invite listeners in on an exciting and intimate musical experience.

 



 

 

Brother Hallow
Brother Hallow is a mix of Roots Rock & Soul. Their music is inclusive and aims to connect with the listener. Their debut EP "Dark House Shelter" was released in August 2016 and plans for a LP are in the works for 2017

 

 

 

 

 

Soul Deep
Soul Deep has an affinity for the Detroit’s fine musical exports, the finest of which is undeniably the Soul music of the ’60s. What started as a mere curiosity, and then a modest pile of the singles, soon grew into an expansive collection of Soul, R&B, Jazz, and Early Rock & Roll records from the 1950s-1970s.

 


 

 

 

For more information, visit www.detroitrockhop.com

 

 

 

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