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November at a Glance

Despite festival season coming to an end, there are countless shows filling up our calendars. This November, the Resurget team is looking forward to these Detroit concerts:

11/9 – Demi Lovato at The Fox Theatre

Named after their eighth studio album, the Holy Fvck tour stops in Detroit on Wednesday, November 9th.

Holy Fvck is a pop-punk powerhouse of an album, packed with exciting and thought-provoking tracks like “SKIN OF MY TEETH” and “SUBSTANCE.” Lovato dives deep into their life experiences on songs like “29,” featuring lyrics like  “Just five years a bleeder, student and a teacherFar from innocent, what the fuck’s consent? Numbers told you not to, but that didn’t stop you.”

Supporting act Royal & The Serpent can also be found on the album with a feature on the fan-favorite “EAT ME.”

Tickets are still available and can be found here.

11/16 – Lorna Shore at St. Andrews Hall

Following the release of their album, Pain Remains, Lorna Shore has sold out every single date on this highly-anticipated tour.

This marks the deathcore band’s fourth studio album. This project ends with a trilogy of songs exploring the stages of grief. Plus, these tracks are each accompanied with music videos, directed by David Brodsky.

This tour, named after their chart-topping project, is anticipated to be one of the heaviest this fall with support from AngelMaker, Aborted, Ingested and Ov Sulfur.

Although this show is sold out, you can stream Pain Remains here.

11/19 – Chloe Moriondo at The Majestic

Michigan native Chloe Moriondo released SUCKERPUNCH  earlier this month and it has quickly  made its way into some of our favorite playlists.

Moriondo recently made waves when they were featured on Billboard’s 21 under 21 list among names of young pop icons like Olivia Rodrigo. In addition, they made their TV debut with their live performance on Jimmy Kimmel.

Tickets are still available and can be found here.

11/26 – The Plot in You at St. Andrews Hall

The Plot in You will be celebrating their 2021 album Swan Song with support from Silent Planet, Cane Hill and Avoid.

But that is not the only thing the Ohio band has in store. The group recently released their hotly anticipated new single “Divide.”

“I went into this song wanting to talk about things other than myself and my personal experiences in life,” vocalist Landon Tewers states in a press release. “Our country and the state of this world is horrifying and disheartening. We have politicians, corporate elites, and other beings of immense power abusing it and making choices that affect human beings for personal gain and power. It’s short take on sad observations of what we live in every day.”

The single follows “Feel Nothing (Reset)” – a cinematic re-release of a popular track off of their 2018 album, Dispose.

Tickets can be purchased here.

Are there any Detroit November concerts that are on your list? Let us know in the comments!

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