Jeff Tweedy

. June 2, 2014.

The Jack White Theatre / Thursday, June 5

Well-known Wilco frontman, veteran of the Ann Arbor Folk Festival and modern legend Jeff Tweedy comes to Detroit to perform at The Jack White Theatre, formerly known as the Masonic Temple. An intimate and acoustic affair, the show presents Tweedy in all his glory, telling stories between songs, “trying to break your heart” with a blend of Wilco tunes and solo ditties.

8pm. $35-$70.

The Jack White Theatre, 2nd Blvd. & Temple Ave., Detroit. 313-638-2764.

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