Get ready to eat the best burgers of your life at the 2022 Detroit Burger Battle.

What is the Detroit Burger Battle?

Simply put, it's a friendly burger competition amongst some of the best chefs in the metropolitan Detroit area. Ticket holders are expected to sample any of the participating restaurants' burgers. Then all you have to do is vote for your top 3 burgers on a voting card that will be given to you at the event.

According to Detroit Burger Battle, the top 5 vote getters then go on to create a burger for their panel of celebrity judges made up of local food critics, entertainment and sports figures and journalists.

As a bonus, there will also be a full cash bar, serving beer, wine and liquor.

It's an afternoon of tasty burgers and drinks.

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When is the Detroit Burger Battle?

The Detroit Burger Battle will happen Sunday, June 26th - 2022. The event kicks off at 1pm (12 pm for VIPs) and will run until 4pm.

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How Much Are Tickets?

Pre-sale discounted tickets start at $15. A limited number of tickets will be sold at $15 each. Once they sell out at that price, the price will increase to $30.

Kids under five can attend for free.

All ticket holders get unlimited (while they last) samples from over 15 of metro Detroit's top competing restaurants.

Due to the limited number of tickets being sold, it's highly suggested that you get yours in advance.

Where in Detroit is the Burger Battle?

The 2022 Detroit Burger Battle will take place at Shed 5, Eastern Market, 2801 Russell St. Detroit, MI 48207. Parking is free.

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