Ladies Night Out Returns to Milford’s Main Street 4/26

Ladies Night Out Returns to Milford’s Main Street 4/26

 Biannual shopping event features complimentary snacks, beverages, seasonal discounts!


WHAT: Spring is back, and so is Ladies Night Out. The Milford Business Association and community invite metro Detroit women to enjoy an eventful evening with the girls as Oakland County’s charming village hosts thousands of moms, daughters, grandmothers and gal pals during its biannual Ladies Night Out event Thursday, April 26.

Pick up the latest fashion trends, gifts, accessories and more while enjoying complimentary snacks, beverages, giveaways and downtown discounts. Once again, attendees can add to their shopping experience by picking up an official Ladies Night Out passport, valid at more than 30 participating retailers. Shoppers who collect 10 stamps throughout the evening can deliver the postcard to any participating location and become eligible to win one of 40 gift certificates valued at $20 or more.

New this year, the Milford community is encouraging participants to donate professional work attire including clothing, purses and accessories to help women in need dress for success and secure employment. Initiated by Oakland County resident Laura Dodd’s 2018 Dodd Squad, the project will place collection bins on Main and Commerce streets for the biannual event. 

VISUAL: Join us to capture:

  • Generations of metro Detroit women shopping at nearly 30 downtown boutiques, restaurants and unique businesses
  • Ladies supporting local, small businesses while savoring the tastes of Milford’s elegant dining scene
  • Main Street’s charming ambience and beautiful downtown storefronts as women socialize, sip and shop the night away

WHO: Event organizers available for interviews include

WHEN: 5-9 p.m. Thursday, April 26

WHERE:   Downtown Milford Main and Commerce streets Milford, Mich.

RETAIL: Downtown Milford features a diverse shopping district providing everything from the latest fashions and home goods to furniture and art galleries. For a complete list of Milford businesses, visit

DINING: After shopping up an appetite, event goers are encouraged to refuel at local Milford restaurants, including Coratti’s on Main, Burger Joint, Main Street Grill and Tavern, Gravity, Milford House, Palate, Smoke Street and the Village Bar and Kitchen among others.

PARKING: Convenient parking is located on Main Street and in three parking lots, located off of Main Street on the east and west sides of the street. Visitors may also use the Parkmobile mobile application to streamline payment for the existing parking meters along Main Street, as well as the new parking lot on the corner of Main Street and West Commerce Road.

For more information on the Milford’s Ladies Night Out, visit


About the Milford Downtown Development Authority

Established by ordinance in 1982, the Milford Downtown Development Authority (DDA) is a commercial district revitalization organization dedicated to building an attractive environment in which people can shop, live and play. To learn more about downtown Milford, visit


Cynthia Tait

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