An Aladdin-Inspired Bazaar Makes It’s Way To Detroit

“Oh, imagine a land, it’s a faraway place” in this upcoming indoor bazaar event headed to the Motor City this summer by Fever. Inspired by the classic tale of Aladdin and the Magic Lamp, Genie’s Secret Bazaar is a family-friendly, indoor event that is sure to enchant its audiences.

This event will bring together fortune tellers, performance artists, and various merchants for a fully immersive trip around the world’s cultures for an exciting adventure. Based on Aladdin, visitors will get to play different games, including hidden puzzles and tarot readings. Visitors can also experience face paintings and get to see magicians and performance artists telling theatrical stories.

Navigating through the colorful décor and tapestries of the bazaar, vendor stalls will offer international street food and drinks from around the world as well as one-of-a-kind artwork that you can purchase to keep as a souvenir.

Genie’s Secret Bazaar is a 2-hour long photo-friendly experience that will be held in a location in Detroit. The location has yet to be announced, but more details are to come soon. All ages are welcome to this event but are most suitable for 8+ per the event recommendations. Ticket prices start at $30 and a variety of food and refreshments will be available to purchase at the Genie’s Secret Bazaar.

To learn more about this event you can visit the website for more info.

About Rachel Moulden

Rachel is a fandom nerd who loves to create new stories. Outside of Fandom Spotlite you can find her writing books, chatting about all things pop culture related, and gushing about all things bookish on her book blog, Life of a Female Bibliophile. When Rachel is not busy writing you can find her jamming out to anime OSTs, indulging in a good cup of coffee, or watching too many K-Dramas. Check out her middle-grade debut novel (Lost Love: My First Boyfriend) available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Kobo. You can follow her on Twitter at @bibliophilelyfe and Instagram at @lifeofafemalebibliophile.

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