10 Things to Do This Weekend (July 26-28)

Highlights include a Queen concert, cultural festivals, and the Concours d’Elegance
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Robert Jenkins

This Detroit comedian and lawyer has an original style full of satire and wit. July 25-27. $10. Mark Ridley’s Comedy Castle, 310 S. Troy St., Royal Oak; 248-542-9900; comedycastle.com

St. Clair Riverfest and St. Clair River Classic

Spend a day by the lake enjoying music, food, boat races. July 26-28. No cost. 201 N. Riverside Ave., St. Clair; 586-493-4344; stclairriverfest.com

Concours d’Elegance of America

View rare, classic vehicles, as well as automotive art from around the world and fashion from Detroit designers. July 26-28. $35+. The Inn at St. John’s, 44045 Five Mile Rd., Plymouth; 248-643-8645; concoursusa.org

Andiamo Restaurants Presents The Temptations and The Righteous Brothers

The classic Motown quintet will perform alongside the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame duo. July 27. $40+. Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill, 14900 Metro Pkwy., Sterling Heights; 586-268-9700; 313presents.com

Asian Festival 2019

Experience Asian music, culture, and activities at this family-friendly festival hosted by the Council of Asian Pacific Americans. July 27. No cost. Madison Place, 876 Horace Brown Dr., Madison Heights; 248-829-3001; capa-mi.org

Night Nation Run

The world’s first running music festival, which will support Stand Up To Cancer, will feature live DJs, bubble zones, light shows, neon and black lights, and an after party. July 27. $35+. Ford Field, 2000 Brush St., Detroit; runsignup.com

Queen with Adam Lambert

Hear the music of the legendary classic rock band played by the surviving members and fronted by Grammy-nominated American Idol runner-up Adam Lambert. July 27. $50+. Little Caesar’s Arena, 2645 Woodward Ave, Detroit; 313presents.com

Mo Pop Festival

Tame Impala, Vampire Weekend, Ella Mai, Kali Uchis, Lizzo, and The Messenger Birds are among those performing at the festival, which will also feature an arcade, a craft bazaar, and more. July 27 and 28. $75+. West Riverfront Park, 1801 W. Jefferson Ave., Detroit; mopopfestival.com

The Arab and Chaldean Festival

Each year, thousands of people attend the largest Arab and Chaldean cultural event in North America. On its 48th anniversary, the festival will feature ethnic food, cultural gallery exhibits, Arabic folk dancing performances, and live Middle Eastern singers, including Hussam Al Rassam, Adel Oqla, Linda George, and more. July 27 and 28. No cost. Hart Plaza, 1 Hart Plaza, Detroit; 248-840-8197; arabandchaldeanfestival.com

Mary J. Blige and Nas

The iconic, multi-hyphenate Blige will be touring with Grammy-nominated Nas, who has had 11 albums in the Billboard Top 10. July 28. $31+. DTE Energy Music Theatre, 7774 Sashabaw Rd., Village of Clarkston; 800-745-3000; 313presents.com


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