Road Trip: Winter Blast & North American Auto Show

. December 29, 2016.
Check out the newest cars at the auto show
Check out the newest cars at the auto show

Jan 2017 Winter Blast

If you’re looking for an excuse to ride a 30-foot high slide that sweeps through a pitch-black tube before abruptly dropping you at a 40-degree angle, check out 2017 Winter Blast. There’s also a 30-foot by 40-foot ice maze that’ll send you on an interactive journey. How about a zipline adventure on the quickest mobile zipline in Michigan? Stop by and grab a bite at The Food Truck Rally and follow the larger-than-life light installations to the Ice Garden and enjoy huge depictions of your favorite Warner Brothers characters.

Campus Martius Park | 800 Woodward Ave Detroit, MI
January 20th-22nd 2017, Friday 4 pm – 11pm | Saturday 11am – 11p| Sunday 11am – 9pm
Admission : $3 or three canned goods or a children’s book * free, same day admission to the Winter Blast for any patron of the NAIAS
For more info: visit winterblast.com

North American International Auto Show

The North American International Auto Show- the ultimate preview of brand new cars. Come and experience over 750 vehicles, representing car designs from all over the world. After you’ve seen the hottest rides of the new year, head down the road to the 2017 Winter Blast.

The North American International Auto Show
Cobo Hall, Saturday, January 14- Saturday, January 21, 2017 9 a.m. – 10 p.m., Sunday, January 22, 2017, 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Tickets: Adults: $13,Seniors:$7, Children:$7 (7-12 years old; 6 and under free with a parent or guardian)
Visit: naias.com or call: 248-283-5173

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