It's hard to believe, but Thursday marks exactly one year since Detroit officially exited bankruptcy.
And Wednesday night will be the first time since that historic day that three key leaders, who led Detroit through bankruptcy, will all meet on the same stage.
Governor Rick Snyder, along with Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan and now-retired judge Stephen Rhodes, will be gathering tonight at an event highlighting Detroit's historic bankruptcy.
The event is called "Detroit Bankruptcy: One Year Later," and it's happening Thursday on the campus of Wayne State University.
The discussion will include all the important aspects of the bankruptcy, as well as a panel of numerous guest speakers who steered the city during that tough time.
Tonight's event begins at 6PM.
Tickets are already gone, but you can still be added to the waiting list for free by clicking here.