Get ready to dance and roll at Monroe Street Midway this summer in Downtown Detroit!
The Monroe Street Midway returns for the 2022 season on Friday, May 27th. Presented by Bedrock and RollerCade (the nation’s oldest Black-owned roller rink), the Rollout Detroit Roller Rink will host a special weekly theme nights and open skate hours for the public. It costs $13 per person and includes skate rental. Walk-ins are welcome but you can also reserve your time online here.
- Wednesday & Thursday: 11am to 9pm
- Friday & Saturday: 11am to 11pm
- Sunday: 11am to 9pm
In addition to skating, families can play basketball at the Rocket Mortgage Sports Zone and enjoy a family meal from local food trucks. New this year, Come Play Detroit is hosting a 9-hole miniature golf course.
FREE parking is available to skaters. Park at one of these participating garages and receive up to 4 hours of validated parking.
Address: 32 Monroe St, Detroit, MI 48226
There are a lot of fun events heading downtown, here are other activities happening this summer:
Movie Nights In The D @ Campaus Martius (June 9 – August 25)
Bring a chair or blanket to Campus Martius Park for a relaxing summer evening under the stars. Arrive early to enjoy special onsite activations prior to the movie start at 7pm.
Family Fun Days @ Beacon Park (June 5 – August 28)
Come to Beacon Park with the whole family to enjoy make + take activities, lawn games, and crafts. Each week will feature unique themes including field day activities, music, art, and live performances.
Detroit Grand Prix @ Belle Isle (June 3-5)
Calling all racing fans, the Grand Prix is back! Watch the cars of the NTT INDYCAR SERIES race in the Chevrolet Dual in Detroit doubleheader, the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship and the Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires Series on the Raceway at Belle Isle for a one weekend only event.
Immersive Van Gogh @ Art Space Detroit
Renowned for transforming venues into unforgettable art experiences, the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit strives to highlight the unique architecture of its spaces while integrating influences from its history and community. Get ready to be transported the second you step inside.
Photo credit: Bedrock