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Michigan Central Station Opening Events Revealed

Following five years of nearly non-stop construction, Michigan Central Station will celebrate its official opening on June 6th, 2024, at which point visitors will get their very first look at this massive renovation project. For Ford, this is a pivotal moment after it has invested a whopping $1 billion in an effort to rejuvenate the historic surrounding Corktown neighborhood, and as such, it has a big celebration planned, even though the extent of its actual footprint there remains a bit unclear. In addition to hiring ambassadors to greet visitors to Michigan Central Station, those plans include hosting a concert and an open house this summer, though the automaker hadn’t yet revealed all of the pertinent details regarding those events – until now.

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Things kick off with the aforementioned show, which will officially be called “Live from Detroit: The Concert at Michigan Central.” Doors to the concert are set to open at 6pm on June 6th, with the show itself kicking off at 8:30pm. This concert is free for attendees, but registration is being offered on a first-come, first-serve basis as of today.

The same goes for the ensuing “Opening Experience at Michigan Central Station,” which is scheduled for June 7th-16th, giving the public a chance to check out the newly restored building, as well as relive its rich history and look ahead to the future. This experience will feature activations, storytelling, artwork, and other sharable moments scattered around the first floor of Michigan Central, though once again, registration for the 10-day event is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Michigan Central Station Opening Date Announcement

Finally, we have the “Outdoor Discoveries at Michigan Central” experience, which is also set to take place between June 7th-16th from 6pm to 10pm. This experience will take place on the front lab of Newlab at Michigan Central, formerly known as the Book Despository building, where visitors can enjoy music and local entertainment, learn about the site’s ecosystem, and purchase food and beverages, along with merchandise, with no registration required. Those interested in signing up for these events or learning more about them can do so by heading over here.

We’ll have more on Michigan Central Station soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for continuous Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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