GR|MAG’s Top Weekend Picks


Your weekend will be anything but typical if you follow our Weekend Picks. Start the weekend off with a tribute to The Purple One, enjoy a murder mystery story and then fill up on your favorite brews while hanging out in your pajamas.

Onesie Bar Crawl

Get comfy in your favorite onesie and head to The Tin Can, where the Onesie Bar Crawl begins. Once you’ve checked in, you can head out to one of the nine bars participating in the crawl.

The Onesie Bar Crawl takes place from 4 p.m. to midnight. Tickets are $15 ahead of Jan. 12 and $25 the day of the crawl. Find out more at Crawl With Us.

“And Then There Were None” at Civic Theatre
(All Weekend)

Grand Rapids Civic Theatre takes on “And Then There Were None,” based on Agatha Christie’s book of the same name.

Ten strangers are summoned to a remote island. All that the guests have in common is that each carries a past filled with dark secrets. When they gather for dinner expecting to meet their host, it becomes evident that they have been summoned to atone for those secrets. Which is the greater struggle, the burden of guilt or the quest for retribution?

Adapted for the stage in 1943, it was a smash hit on the West End and Broadway and it is still surprising audiences today–even mystery fans may be stunned to realize the play has two possible endings!

This show runs through Jan. 27. For show times and ticket information visit the Grand Rapids Civic Theatre.

The Prince Experience @ 20 Monroe Live

The Prince Experience

After a very successful and entertaining show last December, The Prince Experience returns to 20 Monroe Live on Friday. The next best thing to seeing the legend himself, Gabriel Sanchez’ The Prince Experience has been packing dance floors nationwide for over 10 years and will have all Prince fans dancing and singing along to all of the greatest hits from the Purple One himself.

Doors open at 8 p.m. Tickets are $13 – $25. Find out more here.

*Main photo courtesy of 20 Monroe Live. All other photos courtesy of individual organizations

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