Noel Night returns to Midtown Detroit, WSU campus on Dec. 2
On Saturday, Dec. 2, Noel Night returns for its 49th annual winter celebration! Hosted by Midtown Detroit, Inc., the evening will feature local food, shopping, family crafts, live music, educational opportunities and much more, with nearly 100 participating venues. Event spaces north of Warren Avenue will be active from 5 to 9 p.m., while venues south of Warren Avenue will be active from 5 to 10 p.m.
Several Wayne State University schools, colleges and divisions are hosting events and activities across campus during Noel Night.
- Winter Art & Retail Market (WARM) at the Welcome Center
- Old Main: Fun and Discovery at Every Age
- Wayne State University David J. Lowrie Geology Mineral Museum
- Elaine L. Jacob Gallery
- Gordon L. Grosscup Museum of Anthropology
- Wayne State University Planetarium
- WDET 101.9FM
- The Hilberry Gateway: Maggie Allesee Department of Theatre and Dance
- Woodward | Warren Park
Event details and parking
WSU students, faculty, staff and alumni can view a detailed map of the fun and educational activities planned around campus, including performances, gallery exhibitions and more. The official Noel Night website includes a full list of vendors, event details and helpful tips for parking and transportation. Be sure to plan ahead and view Midtown Detroit, Inc.’s website for directions, parking and more.
Eventgoers should be prepared to navigate Midtown on foot, although the QLine will be operating and free for all attendees. DDOT, MoGo Bikes and SMART buses are also free for all WSU students, staff and faculty, and will be operating with various stops throughout the festival.
Noel Night is produced by Midtown Detroit, Inc., a nonprofit community development organization that supports economic growth in Detroit's Midtown district.