Some Detroiters regard DALLY IN THE ALLEY as the first sign of autumn in the city’s Cass Corridor. Others see it as a chance to extend summer festival season by a week. Either way, the neighborhood celebration and the inventive posters created each year to promote it have become Detroit institutions over the years. Held since 1977 on the first Saturday after Labor Day, the all-day Dally features local music on multiple stages, food vendors, and artists and artisans selling everything from jewelry to crafts.
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