With Dave & Chuck The Freak recently moving their morning radio show from Windsor's 89x to Detroit's hard rock station WRIF, the event was renamed but remains a way for the radio show hosts to give back to their fans.
Friday's event featured the pair broadcasting for an hour from the Fillmore stage and doing a crowd meet and greet in the lobby.
Pistol Day Parade recently signed with independent label Goomba Music and are getting ready to unleash their first national release, Burn, on September 10.
The first single off of the new album, "Not Today" is getting a lot of airplay on the WRIF and was a highlight of the band's Friday set.
Video of performance can be seen here.
They played a few of their new songs and hit a number of crowd favorites from their first album, A New Life, including "Better", "High" and their biggest hit, "Rockstar's Girlfriend".
Filter are also out supporting their new album, The Sun Comes Out Tonight, which features their new hit, "What Do You Say", which packs a hard punch and went over well with Friday's crowd.
Filter's set was full of energetic passion and the band is clearly enjoying being back out on the road .
Frontman, Richard Patrick, was a ball of energy as he traversed the stage and talked to the crowd.
At times, he got a bit long winded but he was just enjoying being back in Michigan where he lived for a short period of his childhood.
Set highlights included a interesting jam version of "Take A Picture" and a rocking version of their hit, "Hey Man Nice Shot".