Dan Deacon’s Mystic Familiar Tour
April 23, 2020
Admission: $23 – $30
Tickets: Click Here
Dan Deacon’s Mystic Familiar Tour comes to Detroit on April 23rd.
How do you make something solid, beautiful, and built to last in a time of cultural chaos and personal doubt? With Mystic Familiar, Dan Deacon gives us the stunning result of years of obsessive work, play, and self-discovery. It’s at once his most emotionally open record and his most transcendent, 11 kaleidoscopic tracks of majestic synth-pop that exponentially expand his sound with unfettered imagination and newfound vulnerability.
MOCAD House Rules
RE ENTRY POLICY
Please keep in mind that there will be re-entry allowed but it is based on capacity.
By entering the Museum you will be agreeing to allow your image to possibly be photographed or filmed for the use of the producers. You are not allowed to bring in video cameras or professional-quality cameras (NO cameras with detachable lenses).
All attendees will be searched upon entering the Museum. The following items will not be allowed: weapons, portable chairs, musical instruments, video cameras, audio recording devices, professional cameras (NO cameras with detachable lenses), selfie sticks, pets, outside food and beverages, drugs or drug paraphernalia. Smoking and vaping are not allowed inside of the Museum.
You’ll be greeted upon entry by one of our security personnel who will conduct a thorough but speedy hand-check of all bags, briefcases, purses, strollers, and containers. We have security measures in place to ensure your safety and the protection of the objects in the Museum. Attendees to the Museum may be asked to be hand-screened with an electronic wand by security personnel.
A valid government-issued photo ID is required to purchase alcoholic beverages. Attendees will need to show their ID to security personnel in order to receive a wristband that will allow them to purchase alcohol.
ACTS + SET TIMES
All acts advertised have confirmed their appearance. However, acts are subject to change without notice.
LOST + FOUND
Lost and Found is located at the box office. Lost and found items must be claimed within one week and may be picked up at the admission desk in MOCAD during regular business hours.
Please Respect Our Neighbors
Please show your respect and consideration for our neighbors as you enter and leave the concert. Don’t be loud, don’t litter, don’t lock your bikes to private property, and don’t post or distribute flyers in the neighborhood. MOCAD will locked 15 minutes after the performance concludes, please make your transportation arrangements prior so you are not waiting outside for your transportation to arrive.
MOCAD is accessible to and usable by all patrons and visitors. Please speak to a staff member if you would like assistance.
CODE OF CONDUCT
As a guest, you have an active role in creating an enjoyable and accepting environment for your fellow attendees, including speaking out when you see unacceptable behavior.
MOCAD has a zero-tolerance policy for harassment or discrimination of any kind, including but not limited to: race, color, national origin, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, religion, and disability status.
Offensive behavior includes, but is not limited to:
Acts of physical assault or battery
Racial or ethnic slurs
Groping, sexual assault, or unwanted sexual remarks
Any individuals or groups found in violation of this policy may be removed from the Museum.
If you feel you’ve been harassed, or feel unsafe, please see a MOCAD staff member or member of our security team.
All rules and regulations are subject to change.