Detroit's hottest summer gathering spot has arrived! Head to the Dequindre Cut to see the summer's best spot for libations, retail, and food in Detroit each weekend — Friday-Sunday!
The Dequindre Cut Freight Yard is an outdoor, family-friendly gathering spot featuring 9 shipping containers uniquely stacked and placed to be visually stimulating and functional.
-Biergarten with local beers and wines curated by Brut Detroit
-Rotating food trucks curated by Yumvillage
-Local vendor market / Build Institute Bazaar curated by Build Institute
— Saturday & Sunday — 11am-3pm — Build Institute Bazaar beginning June 2nd
-Friday — 4pm-10pm
-Saturday — 12pm-10pm
-Sunday — 12pm-6pm
— Pop Up Market Saturdays & Sundays — 12pm-4pm
-Food, drink, and other goodies available for purchase
On the Dequindre Cut between Wilkins and Division street with the closest entrance located at Wilkins Street. Parking is available in the Eastern Market District.
About Dequindre Cut Freight Yard:
Dequindre Cut Freight Yard is made possible through a partnership between the Detroit RiverFront Conservancy, BUILD Institute, Lawrence Technological University (LTU), Western International High School, Ponyride and Groundswell Design Group. The space was designed by students from Lawrence Tech and Western International High School. Programming is facilitated by the Detroit RiverFront Conservancy and Build Institute.
Funding for the Dequindre Cut Freight Yard is made possible in part through the support of Kresge Foundation, Knight Foundation, Ford Motor Company Fund and the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan.