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Tin Roof Detroit Launches ‘Pop-Up Patio’

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Tin Roof Detroit, the forthcoming live music venue and restaurant on East Adams Street, remains under construction but the establishment is offering performance space, drinks, games and food trucks at its Pop-Up Patio events this summer.

The new location of the highly-successful restaurant group, born near Nashville’s famed Music Row, debuted its covered patio events during the Detroit Tigers home opener in April. The happenings will continue throughout the spring, summer and fall during weekend Detroit Tigers and Detroit Lions home games. The business will also be open on select weekday home games.

The patio will open a couple hours before weekend games and will remain open a few hours afterward. Patrons can enjoy alcoholic beverages at an outdoor bar and enjoy trivia, bingo, cornhole, giant Jenga and Connect 4 with family and friends. On select days, a DJ, live music and food trucks will also be available. 

In the upcoming months,  the Tin Roof Detroit patio will open for select annual occasions, such as Detroit’s famed Movement Electronic Music Festival. The venue will also feature specials for Bark in the Park and Veteran Recognition Day at Comerica Park.

The Original Tin Roof opened in Nashville in 2002, giving musicians a place to perform, eat, drink and socialize. Since then, Tin Roof has opened in more than a dozen other markets, including Myrtle Beach, Charlotte, Cincinnati, Memphis, Baltimore and San Diego. Upon its debut in the former Cheli’s Chili Bar space, Tin Roof Detroit will feature a Southern-inspired menu, a full-bar and a stage for local and national musicians representing all genres. The location will boast a rooftop deck and two floors, along with proximity to premier sports and entertainment venues like the historic Fox Theatre and Little Caesars Arena.

Learn more about Tin Roof at or Follow the Detroit location on Instagram @tinroofdetroit.

About The District Detroit

The District Detroit is a dynamic urban destination in the heart of Detroit. One that includes something for everyone—a dense neighborhood experience with a variety of developments alongside Detroit’s premier sports and entertainment venues. Connecting downtown Detroit to growing nearby neighborhoods such as Midtown, Corktown and Brush Park, The District Detroit is having a dramatic economic impact on Detroit and is a driving catalyst of the city’s remarkable resurgence. The District Detroit represents $1.4 billion in new investment to Detroit including the new Little Caesars Arena, Mike Ilitch School of Business at Wayne State University and Little Caesars world headquarters campus.