Iconic Michigan Central Station Reopens with Star-Studded Concert Tonight

Detroit’s iconic Michigan Central Station is set to reopen with a bang tonight as it hosts the highly-anticipated concert, “Live From Detroit: The Concert at Michigan Central.” The star-studded program will feature performances by Diana Ross, Big Sean, Slum Village, and more.

The event, co-produced by Eminem, will kick off at 8:30 p.m. and promises to be a night to remember. Although tickets to the celebration have sold out, you can still catch all the action live on Peacock, NBC’s online video platform. Simply tune in through the Peacock app with a subscription or watch it on WDIV-TV (Channel 4) in Detroit, which will also air the concert along with a pre-show starting at 8 p.m.

The reopening of the Michigan Central Station marks a significant moment in Detroit’s history, as the once-vacant train station has been meticulously restored by Ford Motor Co. The company plans to utilize the station as a technology and cultural hub in the Corktown neighborhood, showcasing the city’s rich heritage and promising future.

High-profile guests expected at the event include Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, Ford Executive Chair Bill Ford, and CEO Jim Farley. Don’t miss out on this historic occasion that celebrates the spirit of Detroit and its enduring legacy.