The Detroit Symphony Orchestra returns for two spectacular concerts on the lakeside lawn of Ford House on Fri., July13 and Sat., July 14. Conductor Carolyn Kuan will join the DSO both evenings
Join the DSO and virtuoso bandoneonist Julien Labro for an exciting Bossa Nova themed evening of Brazilian music featuring such favorites as The Girl from Ipanema and Piazzolla’s Adios Nonino and more!
6 p.m. - grounds open
7:30 p.m. - concert begins
9:30 p.m. - fireworks
o The entire grounds will be open to guests to walk or visit the gardens.
o Picnics are allowed.
o Food and beverages (alcoholic & non-alcoholic) will be available for purchase.
o Alcoholic beverages may not be brought onto the grounds.
o Folding chairs or blankets are welcome
Tickets can be purchased on the DSO web site or by calling 313.576.5111.
For answers to frequently asked questions, including cancellation policy, click here.
Advance Purchase – Adult: $20, Children: $12
At the gate – Adult: $25, all Children: $15
Groups of 20 or more – Adults: $17
Parking is available on the grass lot directly across the street from Ford House. Cost is $5 per car and may be purchased in advance
Preferred Admission: All Preferred Tickets – $50
Includes on-site parking with shuttle to the concert area and a reserved seating area with chairs available.
VIP Admission: All VIP Tickets – $175 per ticket
Includes valet parking, dinner, afterglow, access to the house and reserved seating with chairs available. Tickets to the VIP experience may be purchased by contacting Bernadette Banko, 313.453.2031
The concerts are supported by Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan, PVS Chemicals, Ford Motor Company Fund, Crest Lincoln, Talmer Bank, Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, Grosse Pointe Magazine, Grosse Pointe News.