Comfort Zones powered by Corrigan Propane

Published On: Jan 31 2014 09:36:58 AM EST   Updated On: Jan 31 2014 09:37:10 AM EST

When your done having fun on the snow, warm up in the Comfort Zones-powered by our friends at Corrigan Propane!  At Winter Blast you can find heat every 150 feet.  Inside the Comfort Zones you'll find great music & tastes, plus interactive exhibits from our sponsors and media partners.   

Greektown Casino-Hotel Taste of Detroit: Located on Monroe Street outside Compuware World Headquarters, the Taste of Detroit Tent features great local cuisine and bands on the Michigan Lottery Stage.  Learn more about our restaurants here or get the full music line-up here.   

The Atrium at Compuware World Headquarters: During the day the Meijer Kids Stage features fantastic kids entertainment, including  interactive performances from the Radio Disney D-Tour.  For our full kids entertainment line-up click here.  At night relax inside the Compuware Atrium with great local acoustic performances. 

North Woodward Comfort Zone: This tent features eclectic music on the Budweiser Stage, plus more food, exhibits as well as sign-ups for the University of Phoenix Learning Center tours.  For a full music line-up click here.

Cadillac Square Comfort Zone:  Warm up just outside the rink!  Whether your snowshoeing or skating on the rink, this Comfort Zone is a perfectly centered warming tent to step inside and relax for a few.  This year you'll find the Winter Blast-Off, presented by General Motors Foundation, and the Detroit Red Wings Experience. 

Olga's Kitchen: Olga's Kitchen invites festival-goers inside to warm up and enjoy a free hot beverage with any purchase!   Located inside the Compuware building on Woodward Avenue near Gratiot/State


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