BUT ANYWAYS: NO, Don't! played an awesome, beautiful, intricate and crazy noise set as the opening band, and The Kyle Sowashes followed them up with a fun and energetic pop-punk (and I mean that in the nicest way) set full of songs that if I had known the words to, I would surely have been singing along.
It was fun.
The next day I traveled to Cleveland for The Bridge Project (check it out here and here). I didn't even know there was a tunnel underneath the Detroit-Superior bridge, so it was a real treat to see it and walk through it. The tunnel is about a mile long, and used to be used for street cars. It was dark and damp and creepy but architecture was beautiful and everyone that was out seemed excited.
Many long tunnels and creepy archways.
Seriously, this bridge should be made into a mile long haunted house.
This was awesome-looking, but honestly all I could think about was mosquitoes and bacteria and parasites breeding in the water(!)... but then I remembered that nothing living can survive in the Cuyahoga River anyways. Phew.
We had accidentally been following this bride & groom around that were taking their wedding photos on the bridge.