“People from the D, carry it around on their shoulders. It [Detroit] is a place where you just have to boss up and make it happen.” – Big Sean
Detroiters are Defined by…
determination, resilience, and a willingness to do whatever it takes. From Henry Ford’s automobile assembly line to Berry Gordy’s iconic Motown empire, that “boss up” mentality flows through the DNA of the city.
Our Neighborhoods are Defined by…
the willingness to unite in support and in defense of one another. Detroit’s renaissance is owed to those who have held the city down through it all.
Big Sean’s Detroit’s On Now (D.O.N.) Weekend…
is a celebration of neighborhood and a tribute to the Detroiters, local business owners, activists, teachers and churches who are the backbone of the city.
Sunday, August 18 | 2:00 – 4:30 PM Self-Care Panel
Boys & Girls Clubs’ Dauch Campus
16500 Tireman Ave, Detroit, MI 48228 Register Here
Sunday, August 18 | 6:00 – 9:00 PM DON Bowl
Garden Bowl Detroit 4120 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48201
This Year, the DON Weekend is partnering with Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeastern Michigan to bring the Neighborhood Block Party & Carnival to Detroit’s Westside and unveil the new Sean Anderson Foundation Content & Production Studio. Proceeds raised during the DON Weekend will be used for career pathway programs in the fashion and entertainment industries.
Join Big Sean and friends for this D.O.N. Weekend Signature Event as we bring the BLOCK PARTY to Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeastern Michigan!
What you know about a neighborhood cookout with carnival rides and a live DJ on the one’s and two’s? From dance-off’s to an outdoor rock-wall, Sean Don is bringing the party to the #228.
Whether you live on the block or any other pocket of the city – we invite you to pack the yard at Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeastern Michigan on Detroit’s Westside. You don’t want to miss this jam-packed day of fun, family, and food, as we honor our neighborhood heroes, turn up, and celebrate our city. This is how you neighborhood.
OCCUPY THE CORNER
Join us at Councilwoman Mary Sheffield’s annual “Occupy The Corner” event as we unite with community leaders, neighbors, and volunteers to big up the block in District 5.
There will be voter registration, employment training, expungement services, utility assistance and plenty of food, fun, and family friendly festivities.
Presented by PUMA and Big Sean, the Self-Care Workshop will bring experts in their field and mental health activists together to shed light on the issues facing mental health. Guest speakers include, Shaka Senghor, Dr. Michael Eric Dyson, and Dr. Jess.
All the lanes are sold out but come by to watch, eat, drink, and hang out with Big Sean!