Danny Brown’s Bruiser Thanksgiving series has become an essential part of every fan’s holiday season since it first started in 2014. The event has evolved over the past 4 years, mirroring Brown’s musical and artistic presence, and has featured special guests from both near and far including a remarkable appearance from Lil B last year at Club Fantasy.
This year, Detroit’s hometown hero of alt-rap is bringing his celebration to the Masonic Temple Roller Rink. With a stacked lineup that includes Chicago’s Valee, Baltimore’s JPEGMAFIA, and Detroit’s Sam Austins, the show promises to be another eclectic and reliably solid experience for supporters and newcomers alike. The event’s reputation and the range of its musical offerings represent the studied taste of its curator, as well as a hard-earned influence that ranges across genres and geographies.
If you’re looking for further motivation to attend, the elusive documentary Live at the Majestic has recently been released, which details a personal and provocative narrative about Danny Brown as an artist, as well as profiles of a few fans that attended the first Bruiser Thanksgiving in 2014. You can find the link here and trust us, it’s worth the wait.