Here is a letter from Leor Barak, who is a musician and an active member of the Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue in Detroit:

Hi Friends, 

How much more "Detroit" do you get than celebrating New Years Eve in a police-station turned art gallery with a view of the Ambassador Bridge?  Join us for a night of music, intrigueBanksy, and aerial silks.
Let's ring in the New Year!
New Years is going to be hot at 555!  Literally.  We have booked a fire dancer, Kylie Djinn, in addition to 5 great bands.  Its going to be a great show in purely unique Detroit space.  
Also, this will be the debut of my band Kavanah, which has been in the making for quite some time, as you all know.  The whole show is going to be a climax.  Our six piece includes a trumpet player and percussionist.  It sounds awesome and I would love for you to be there to enjoy it with me.  Put your dancing shoes on!
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A few notes: 
  • we have the gallery all night
  • there is gated parking
  • it is BYOB, so please bring a beverage to share
  • The cover is $10, but we are offering a $25 option which will include champagne and late night food.  Let me know if you are interested.
  • Even if you are unable to make it, please pass this on to other who are interested.