November Concert Lineup: A Month of Musical Delights

By: Carolyn Hall | November 1, 2023
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Looking for some exciting and memorable concerts to attend this month? You music enthusiasts are in luck! Metro Detroit is known for being a vibrant music scene, and these November concerts are no exception. Whether you’re into hip-hop, rock, metal, Latin, or more, there is a concert going on for your next night out. Get ready to snag your tickets and mark your calendars for these shows that will keep your November rocking.


November 3

2645 Woodward Avenue, Detroit

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Mr. Worldwide is here! The Trilogy Tour is making a stop at Little Caesar’s Arena at the beginning of November. Who needs to party in their hotel room when you can see this trio live? This once-in-a-lifetime Latin tour has each artist performing career-spanning hits at the show. 


November 7

500 Temple Street, Detroit

Kesha will be coming to the Masonic Temple for the second half of her Only Love tour. This event will surely include Kesha’s signature energy and hopefully hits that have made her a crowd favorite. With the Masonic Temple being one of the smaller venues on this list, tickets are limited.


November 7

2645 Woodward Avenue, Detroit

Stevie Nicks, rock and roll legend, solo artist, and former Fleetwood Mac member is gracing Little Caesar’s Arena in early November. This highly anticipated concert is in the early part of her 2023 tour, and will likely be an unforgettable night for fans. With a career spanning decades, Stevie Nicks has an extensive catalog of songs she can choose to perform. Don’t miss the chance to see this Rock and Roll Hall of Famer!


November 10 – 12

2000 Brush Street, Detroit

Metallica is coming to Ford Field for a 2-day event on the M72 World Tour. Touring for their new album, 72 Seasons, Metallica is promising a “No Repeat Weekend” for attendees. You can expect 2 different sets, 2 different opening acts, and over 30 songs spanning 40+ years. Performances will be on the 10th and 12th, with other events for Metallica fans to enjoy on the Saturday night in between. Others on the lineup include Pantera, Mammoth WVH, Five Finger Death Punch, and Ice Nine Kills. Metal fans, this weekend is for you!


November 15

2901 Grand River Avenue, Detroit

Located in the SoundBoard Theatre inside the MotorCity Casino Hotel, K. Michelle will be performing her rescheduled show on November 15th. Attendees must be 21+ to attend. This smaller, more intimate venue promises a more intense concert experience for fans and artists alike. 


November 16

2115 Woodward Avenue, Detroit

AKON will be at the Fillmore Detroit on November 16th for the AKON Super Fan Tour. With almost 20 years since his debut album was released, AKON is celebrating 2 decades of hits and fan-favorites throughout the tour. All ages are welcome to attend to see this global music sensation. Performing chart-topping songs that put him on the map, the Fillmore will be a great venue to feel up close and personal while AKON performs. Snag your tickets here.


November 18 – 19

51 Parsons Street, Detroit

Vanessa Williams will be performing Broadway hits, pop-star ballads, and movie score classics at the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. With Enrico Lopez-Yañez conducting, Williams is expected to sing “Colors of the Wind,” “Love Is,” “Save the Best for Last,” and more recognizable favorites. Tickets can be purchased for the two-hour-long performance on Saturday evening or Sunday afternoon. 


November 21

2645 Woodward Avenue, Detroit

Ms. Lauryn Hill is celebrating the 25th anniversary of ‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill’ with an anniversary tour with the Fugees. For newer fans and long-time supporters of this R&B artist, this is not a concert you’ll want to miss. Lauryn Hill last performed with the Fugees once in 2021 in New York, so this reunion is a must-see!