Rap Legend Ice Cube to Perform at Roadkill Nights Powered by Dodge

When Dodge first introduced the schedule for MotorTrend’s Roadkill Nights 2023, it was stated that there would be a musical performer to end the event, but we didn’t know who. Roadkill Nights Las Vegas ended with a live performance by Diplo, so it seemed likely that the Detroit event could feature a big name – but Dodge has truly outdone themselves in announcing that rap legend Ice Cube will close 2023 Roadkill Nights.

Ice Cube

Roadkill Nights Powered by Dodge is built around the legal street racing program that takes place on Detroit’s Woodward Avenue. The event, presented by MotorTrend, is moving to a new location in Pontiac this year, but the racing on Woodward will still take place (on a nicer stretch of road). In addition to the racing program, there is the Direct Connection Grudge Race, a Cruise-In car show area, Dodge Hellcat thrill rides, a Dodge Hornet drive program, 2018 Demon drag racing simulators, a spread of Dodge show vehicles new and old, all sorts of Dodge apparel for sale and plenty of food and beverages for purchase.

Ice Cube

The field for the racing program and Cruise-In are full, but spectators can get in for $25 with kids under 12 getting in for free. Folks who want a reserve seat for watching the racing action can opt for the $125 Club Zone package. You can see all of the ticket options on the MotorTrend website by clicking here.

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