Greyson Chance

with Dynamyte
Nov, 2 @ 7:00 pm ( Doors: 7:00 pm )
Magic Stick
Ages 18 and Up
$25 adv / $35 Day of / $75 VIP
Additional Info
VIP Tickets Include:
1 ticket to the show, 1 hour early entry, and Meet & Greet with Photo Opp. 

Rescheduled from October 29th, 2022 - All Tickets Honored
Ticket holders have until July 30th, 2022 to request a refund for this show. Requests received after that date, along with tickets purchased after the rescheduled date was announced will not be eligible for a refund. Please contact boxoffice@majesticdetroit.com to submit your request. Refund requests for box office purchases must be made in-person at the Garden Bowl 11am-6pm weekdays only

🍾 For Bottle Service and VIP Booth Reservations please contact nick@majesticdetroit.com
Greyson Chance

With over 100 million Youtube views, multiple world tours, and over ten years of industry experience under his belt at age 23, singer-songwriter and piano aficionado Greyson Chance is a rare breed of the modern pop entertainer. Equipped with prodigy talent and unending determination, Greyson is a magnetic combination of his down home Oklahoma roots and more eccentric center stage aesthetic. His self-assured yet humble demeanor shines through his music’s inexplicable ability to incite tears and dancing in the same stroke.

With a new record forthcoming, the latest single, "Hellboy", captures Chance at an evolved and matured state.

Artfully fusing classic R&B, sassy/sultry neo-soul and infectious pop, fast emerging indie powerhouse Dynamyte’s legal surname is a too awesome for words but also super long and hard to pronounce mash of Greek letters (Marisa Kouroubacalis). Luckily, the Boston bred, recent L.A. transplant didn’t have to reach far for her explosive artist moniker. From her childhood days as a badass second-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do, a gymnast, and a vocalist and drum prodigy with Michael & Marisa – the high profile, constantly touring duo she had with her brother – she’s always been an unbridled swirl of energy. Not surprisingly, she got the nickname “Dynamyte” the first time she ever set foot in a studio to record.