10 Things To Do This Weekend (July 28-30)

There’s no reason to be bored this weekend in metro Detroit

Comedy Castle: Based in Louisville, Jodi White uses personal experiences as the basis for her shows, touching on failed marriages and middle-aged dating. July 27-29. $10+. 310 S. Troy St., Royal Oak; 248-542-9900; comedycastle.com

Meadow Brook Amphitheatre: Previously the star of his own television series on Comedy Central, Demetri Martin is bringing his Let’s Get Awkward Tour to metro Detroit. July 28. $25+. 160 Festival Dr., Rochester Hills; 248-377-0100; palacenet.com

St. Clair Riverfest: Boat races, live music, food, drinks, and novelty vendors are among the attractions at this year’s riverside event. July 28-30. 201 N. Riverside Ave., St. Clair; 586-493-4344; stclairriverfest.com

Main Art Theatre: In National Theatre Live: Salomé, director Yaël Farber retells the infamous biblical tale of a radical woman from the wilderness on hunger strike in a hypnotic and live stage production. July 30 and Aug. 1. $15. 118 N. Main St., Royal Oak; 248-542-5198; landmarktheatres.com

Redford Theatre: An instant cult classic, The Big Lebowski traces a loveable deadbeat’s accidental journey through L.A.’s darker side after a case of mistaken identity. July 28. $5. 7360 Lahser Rd., Detroit; 313-537-2560; redfordtheatre.com

Korn: The American metal band group is known for songs such as “Freak on a Leash” and “Here to Stay.” The band’s The Serenity of Summer tour will also include performances by Stone Sour, Skillet, Yelawolf, and DED. July 30. $25+. DTE Energy Music Theatre, 7774 Sashabaw Rd., Clarkston; 248-377-0100; palacenet.com

Lifehouse and Switchfoot: As a part of their Looking for Summer Tour, the two rock groups will be performing together at venues in both the U.S. and Canada, including in Michigan. Brynn Elliott will be the opening performer. July 30. $20+. Meadow Brook Amphitheatre,160 Festival Dr., Rochester Hills; 248-377-0100; palacenet.com

Mo Pop Festival: Alt-J, Foster the People, Run the Jewels, and Solange headline this year’s two-day festival. Attendees will also have the opportunity to receive artist autographs, participate in a Detroit Dart Club game or an outdoor Citizen Yoga class, and more. July 29-30. $65+. West Riverfront Park, 1801 W. Jefferson Ave., Detroit; info@mopopfestival.com; mopopfestival.com

Orchard Lake Fine Art Show: This annual show is welcoming over 150 artists this year – many of whom only appear at this festival. Aside from the show, the event will also feature live music and food from local restaurants. July 29-30. $5. West Bloomfield High School 4925 Orchard Lake Rd, West Bloomfield Township; 248.684.2613; hotworks.org

City Theatre: Taking place in a mythical rink, five sports fans try to save the sport of hockey in Hockey — The Musical! The show’s original music and lyrics are by local author, journalist, and screenwriter Mitch Albom. July 13-Aug. 6. $39.50. 2301 Woodward Ave., Detroit; 313-471-3465; olympiaentertainment.com