7 Things to Do This Weekend (June 10-12)

The ’Mean Girls’ musical, a Bastille concert, Motor City Pride Festival, and more
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The Mean Girls musical is at the Fisher Theatre through June 19. // Photograph courtesy of Jenny Anderson

Mean Girls

Fans of iconic 2004 teen flick Mean Girls are in for a treat as this lively and hysterical Broadway adaptation is at Detroit’s Fisher Theatre this month. Produced in collaboration with original writer and cast member Tina Fey, the musical was nominated for 12 Tony Awards upon making its Broadway debut in 2018. $50+. Through June 19. Fisher Theatre, 3011 E. Grand Blvd., Detroit; broadwayindetroit.com

Bastille

Hailing from London, this pop-rock outfit has sold more than four million albums worldwide since its debut in 2013. The band will stop in Detroit during its monthlong North American tour, treating fans to hits like five-time platinum single “Pompeii” along with selections from its new album, Give Me the Future, which was released in February. June 10. $40+. Masonic Temple Theatre, 500 Temple St., Detroit; themasonic.com

70’s Soul Jam

Radio station Mix 92.3 brings together an all-star lineup of classic soul and R&B performers — including The Stylistics, Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes, and Heatwave — for this throwback extravaganza. The show will be hosted by comedian and Good Times actor Jimmie Walker. $29.50+. June 11. Fox Theatre, 2211 Woodward Ave., Detroit; 313-471-7000; 313presents.com

Kid Flicks One

This one-day event at the Detroit Film Theatre will feature award-winning and fan favorite selections from the 2021 New York International Children’s Film Festival. All films are suitable for kids ages 3 and up, and admission is free with an online reservation. No cost. June 11. Detroit Institute of Arts’ Detroit Film Theatre, 5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit; 313-833-7900; dia.org 

Pride Bar Crawl

Join hundreds of participants in celebrating LGBTQ Pride Month on this guided bar crawl thorough Detroit’s Greektown. Participants will enjoy an evening of specialty themed cocktails, food and drink specials, and live music. $20+. June 11. Greektown, Detroit; barcrawllive.com

Dog Days of Summer

Bring the whole family — even the four-legged members — out to Meadow Brook Amphitheatre for a special dog day in the park. You can roam the sprawling lawn, grab lunch from an on-site food truck, enter giveaways, and enjoy live music. You may even find a new best friend in the adoption tent, where pets from rescues around metro Detroit will be waiting to find their forever homes. No cost. June 11. Meadow Brook Amphitheatre, 160 Festival Drive, Rochester Hills; 313presents.com

Motor City Pride Festival

This weekend, Michigan’s largest pride celebration will draw more than 40,000 participants to Hart Plaza. The Motor City Pride Festival will feature live entertainment — including dance performances, drag shows, and musical acts of all genres — more than a dozen food trucks, and vendor tents from a variety of small businesses local artisans. $5. June 11 and 12. Hart Plaza, 1 W. Jefferson, Detroit; motorcitypride.org

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