Michigan Central concert live blog: Eminem closes show with DSO, 'Not Afraid'

Eminem, a native of Warren, Michigan, concluded the Michigan Central Station concert with a four-song set backed by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, including hits like "Welcome 2 Detroit" and "Sing for the Moment."

The concert marked the celebration of the revitalization of the historic Michigan Central Station, a symbol of Detroit's resurgence after decades of decline.

Fans from across Michigan and even other countries attended the free concert, expressing joy at experiencing such a unique event.

Eminem's appearance electrified the audience, with the rapper delivering an energetic performance that resonated with the crowd.

Attendees expressed appreciation for the diverse lineup of performers, which spanned various musical genres and generations, showcasing Detroit's rich musical heritage.

From rock to gospel, techno to hip hop, the concert highlighted Detroit's cultural diversity and musical influence.

The inclusion of local acts like the Clark Sisters and Jack White underscored the city's deep musical roots and celebrated its homegrown talent.

Attendees shared their excitement and nostalgia for the event, recalling memories of the station's past and expressing hope for its future as a symbol of Detroit's rebirth.