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Jun
8
Fri
Ann Arbor Summer Festival @ Top of the Park at Ingalls Mall
Jun 8 – Jul 4 all-day

Ann Arbor Summer Festival

Ann Arbor Summer Festival Act

The Ann Arbor Summer Festival is an annual three week long event that was created in 1984 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The Summer Festival is a celebration of outdoor entertainment, performing arts and community spirit. The event features over 140 scheduled events like:

circus shows
family entertainment
live music from nationally touring acts
dance pieces
comedy routines
theatrical plays

The Ann Arbor Summer Festival features two programs, one indoor and one outdoor, at various venues and spaces across the University of Michigan campus and downtown Ann Arbor. The indoor mainstage includes ticketed performances of world-class music, dance, theater, and comedy. The outdoor program, Top of the Park, offers admission-free concerts, movies under the stars, open-air spectacles, and unique family attractions.

Now entering its 34th season in 2017, the Ann Arbor Summer Festival offers a mix of regional, national, and international artists of all different styles. Presenting over 175 scheduled events each season and attracting a diverse audience of 80,000 people, the festival continues to grow as a major cultural event in the Ann Arbor community.

Shows are offered at various time and various prices. Please see website for more details and schedule of events.

 

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Ann Arbor Summer Festival Live Music & Dancing

 

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Jun
22
Fri
2016 Bay-Rama FishFly Festival – New Baltimore, MI
Jun 22 @ 3:00 pm – Jun 26 @ 7:00 pm

2016 Bay-Rama FishFly Festival

The Bay-Rama FishFly Festival in New Baltimore, Michigan, celebrates the community with a family-friendly five-day event. Highlights of the FishFly include a parade with dozens of floats and marchers, a fireworks display, live music from area bands, clowns, carnival attractions, a princess and pirates pizza party, a kid’s dance and a Miss Bay-Rama beauty pageant.

The 2016 festival will start Wednesday, June 22nd beginning at 3 pm and end Sunday, June 26th at 7 pm. The midway and festival tent opens at 3 pm daily and closes 12:30 am (Sunday at 7 pm).

Daily events include:

  • Wednesday, June 22nd
    Dig for silver, ping pong drop, Priceless live, Miss Bay-Rama Pagent, chicken chuckin
    View event schedule here
  • Thursday, June 23rd
    “Business by the Bay,” bubble gum blowing contest, wrap your mummy contest, hoola hoop contest, Wii Just Dance party, Top Dog Entertainment, The Joey Vee Band, fireworks
    View event schedule here
  • Friday, June 24th, 2016
    Pie eating, watermelon eating contest, Princess & Pirate Pizza Party!, Third Shift
    View event schedule here
  • Saturday, June 25th, 2016
    Anchor Bay Rotary Charities Fun Run (5k), kids day, petting farm, pizza eating contest, The Meldrum Brothers Band, Cardboard Boat Regatta, Doin’ Time
    View event schedule here
  • Sunday, June 26th, 2016
    Queen’s Breakfast, parade, Scottville Clown Band
    View event schedule here

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Jun
24
Sun
45th Annual St. Clair Art Fair
Jun 24 @ 12:00 pm – Jun 26 @ 5:00 pm

St. Clair Art Fair

This year the St. Clair Art Fair will celebrate its 45th year in featuring artists with a panorama of creative talents displayed on the shores of the St. Clair River. The gallery provides a showcase for artists to display and market their creations. Our classes, designed for all ages and abilities, open the door into a wider, broader world. The programs include lectures, demonstrations, tours and trips to both entertain and educate.

Hours will be as follows:

  • Friday, June 24, 2016                    12 PM – 8 PM
  • Saturday, June 25, 2016                10 AM – 8 PM
  • Sunday, June 26, 2016                  10 AM – 5 PM

St. Clair Art Fair

St. Clair Art Fair

St. Clair Art Fair

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21st Annual JuneGrass @ Kent County Fairgrounds
Jun 24 @ 6:00 pm – Jun 25 @ 7:00 pm

JuneGrass

Join the 21st annual spring/summer festival – JuneGrass! This is the third annual JuneGrass event as it was formerly in May as MayFest. The event is held June 24th and 25th. Located at the Kent County Fairgounds (225 S Hudson St, Lowell, MI). Bring the family for the weekend!

Events include Thursday Evening Potluck Dinner, workshops, band scramble, 50/50 drawings, guitar raffle, kid’s activities with Fiddlin’ Dixie, open mic and plenty of jamming!

  • Weekend Advance Tickets: $30
  • Weekend Tickets at the Gate: $35
  • Daily Tickets: Friday $15 – Saturday $20
  • Ages 15 years and under FREE with adult

Tickets also available at the Lowell Arts Center. You may also make check spayable to WMBMA and send the check with SASE to: Josie Conley, 13295 Arthur Road, Rodney, MI 49342

For more information, contact Lee Strassburger at (616) 914-4282 or president@wmbma.org.


JuneGrass Band Schedule

Friday, June 24, 2016

  • Easy Idle
  • Deadwood
  • Williams Family Band
  • 50/50 drawing
  • Calabogie Road
  • Open Mic

Saturday, June 25, 2016

  • WMBMA Board Intro & Band Scramble
  • New County Grass 
  • Out of the Blue
  • NewTown
  • 50/50 drawing
  • Flatt Lonesome
  • Suppertime Break
  • Out of the Blue
  • New County Grass
  • NewTown
  • 50/50 Drawing
  • Flatt Lonesome

 

JuneGrass

JuneGrass

Festival of the Moon and Sun @ Buchard Park - Lansing
Jun 24 @ 6:00 pm – Jun 25 @ 11:00 pm

Festival of the Moon and Sun

Make the most of one of the shortest nights and one of the longest days of the year at the 12th annual Festival of the Moon and 17th annual Festival of the Sun! Enjoy great music from national bands, delicious food, wine, and the best handcrafted beers supplied by Bell’s Brewery!

Festival of the Moon tickets are $18 in advance or $22 at the gate. Festival of the Sun tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the gate. Looking for a value? Get our weekend pass to both festivals for $35 in advance or $45 at the door. Members receive $5 off at the gate. Must be 21+ to enter. Festival of the Sun and Festival of the Moon are located at Turner St. and Grand River Ave. in Lansing’s Old Town. Learn more about walking, biking, and transportation options on the About the Festival page.

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VIP Treatment

Who doesn’t like special treatment? The VIP package includes:

1 hour early admittance to the festival

private bathroom

extra food/drink tickets

 

Pricing for VIP: 

Festival of the Moon: $28 in advance or $32 at the gate
Festival of the Sun: $30 in advance or $35 at the gate

Call the OTCA office at (517) 485-4283 or visit oldtownevents.com to purchase your VIP tickets today!


When you attend, sponsor, or volunteer at the Festival of the Moon, Festival of the Sun, or Old Town Oktoberfest you are helping to revitalize Lansing’s historic Old Town. These events are major fundraisers for the Old Town Commercial Association (OTCA), accounting for nearly 70 percent of the operating budget. The OTCA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the continued revitalization of Lansing’s historic Old Town district.

Here are just a few things that your support of Festival of the Moon, Festival of the Sun, and Old Town Oktoberfest will help Old Town accomplish:

  • Chalk of the Town
  • Old Town Scrapfest
  • Holiday Hullabaloo
  • Community Newsletter
  • Internship Opportunities
  • Educational and Historic Tour
  • Annual Planting
  • Neighborhood Cleanup
  • Community Playground
  • Business Assistance Team
  • Free Business Networking Events
  • And SO MUCH more!

Entertainment Includes

  • Sierra Danae
  • The Aimcriers
  • Vandalay
  • Alex Mendenall
  • Less is More
  • Slim Gypsy Baggage
  • Coolidge

Festival of the Moon and Sun

Festival of the Moon and Sun

Festival of the Moon and Sun

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2016 Wolverine Lumberjack Festival @ Multiple Locations in Downtown Wolverine
Jun 24 @ 7:08 pm – Jun 26 @ 8:08 pm

2016 Wolverine Lumberjack Festival

Wolverine Lumberjack Festival cityThe Wolverine Lumberjack Festival is a community event with live entertainment and activities for the whole family. Guests can watch the parade, enjoy a hearty dinner, listen to live music and participate in other events. The festival is a non-profit event that supports local commerce and raises funds for non-profit organizations in the community.

Admission into the Wolverine Lumberjack Festival is $3.00 per day. However, if you purchase the logo winner’s button for $5.00 you will receive admission to all three days. Saturday is “Family Day” with admission being $10.00 per family!

 

  • Friday night fireworks begin at dusk
  • Friday, June 24th – John Anderson – Entertainer/Karaoke 7:30 pm – 11:30 pm
  • Saturday, June 25th – Brewhouse Band 7:30 pm – 11:30 pm
  • Sunday, June 26th – Sneaky Pete 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
  • Lumberjack Festival parade at 10 AM Saturday, June 25th
  • Chicken dinner – Saturday, June 25th ($8.50)

Wolverine Lumberjack Festival Firefighter

Wolverine Lumberjack Festival Log

Wolverine Lumberjack Festival Horses

Wolverine Lumberjack Festival Parade

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Jun
25
Mon
9th Annual Waterfront Wine Festival – Harbor Springs, MI @ Park Next to Harbor Springs Harbormaster
Jun 25 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Waterfront Wine Festival

Celebrate the 9th Annual Waterfront Wine Festival in Harbor Springs, Michigan on Saturday, June 25th from 4 pm – 7 pm. This event features fine wines, delicious foods and performances by local musicians in downtown Harbor Springs. Each guest receives a tasting glass and tickets for sampling. Food is complimentary, and additional tasting tickets are available. Proceeds from this annual festival benefit local and regional community organizations.

Must be 21 or older to attend.
Tickets are $20 in advance and $30 on the day of. Ticket price includes a wine glass and 2 tasting tickets. Additional taste tickets are available for $2 per ticket or $15 for 20 tickets.

Tickets will be available for online purchase beginning April 1st 2016 via www.waterfrontwine.org

Tickets will also be available for purchase in person beginning May 1st at Harbor Springs IGA, The Harbor Springs Area Chamber of Commerce, Harbor IGA, and D&W Fresh Marketplace.

Visit the Waterfront Wine Festival website or Facebook page for more information regarding the event.

Waterfront Wine Festival Tent

Waterfront Wine Festival View

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Jul
1
Sun
National Cherry Festival
Jul 1 – Jul 8 all-day

The mission of the National Cherry Festival is to celebrate and promote cherries, community involvement, and the Grand Traverse Region.

At the National Cherry Festival, Traverse City takes the celebration of cherries very seriously. It isn’t just because of their health benefits and overall tasty nature. This super fruit fuels more than the city’s people. It powers the local economy in Traverse City, MI. This festival is a celebration of farmers, laborers, neighbors and anyone that comes together because of cherries. Traverse City is proud to include you in the cherry community.

STOP BY THE WELCOME TENT TO PUT A PIN IN A MAP TO SHOW HOW FAR YOU TRAVELED TO GET TO THE FESTIVAL!

The National Cherry Festival, steeped in tradition, resonates Pure Michigan through and through. From bringing ‘pure‘ local agriculture to the one of Pure Michigan‘s premier destinations; to hosting guests in one of Pure Michigan‘s most beautiful beach towns, the Cherry Capital of the World Traverse City, the National Cherry Festival is proud be one of Pure Michigan‘s brightest gems.

The Cherry Festival has been recognized as a “Top Ten Event” by USA Today in 2014, 1999, 1998, and 1997. It has also received the Embassy of Michigan Tourism Award (1976), annually rated in top 100 Festivals and Events in North America by the A.B.A, named Michigan’s Favorite Festival by AAA Michigan Living Magazine, and received the Governor’s Declaration honoring during the Festival’s 50th anniversary in 1976. The festival has also encountered many special guests and dignitaries over the years as well.

 

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Lakeshore Art Festival @ Downtown Muskegon
Jul 1 @ 12:00 pm – Jul 2 @ 6:00 pm

Lakeshore Art Festival

Each year, the Lakeshore Art Festival features hundreds of artists and crafters, a Children’s Lane, street performers, festival food favorites and interactive art all along the beautiful streets of Downtown Muskegon. Mark your calendars for next year’s festival taking place July 1 and 2, 2016.

Lakeshore Art Festival


Muskegon’s Festival Receives Top Ranking
!

We’re thrilled to have been ranked #83 by theSunshine Artist Magazine 200 Best! The festival attracts over 250 exhibitors and 50,000 visitors to beautiful Downtown Muskegon annually.


Activities Include

  • Children’s Lane
  • Street performers
  • Interactive art
  • Fine art/craft
  • Exhibitor awards
  • Festival food
  • Unique crafts

Lakeshore Art Festival

Lakeshore Art Festival

Lakeshore Art Festival

Lakeshore Art Festival

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Yale Bologna Festival
Jul 1 @ 3:00 pm – Jul 3 @ 4:00 pm

Yale Bologna Festival

Every July Yale plays host to the Yale Bologna Festival, a 3 day weekend event that closes the streets and transforms this small community of just under 2,000 to a gathering of over 20,000 Bologna starved party-goers!  A tradition in Yale since 1989, this festival has grown considerably since its humble beginnings. The festival draws people from all around Michigan as well as other states, eager to see who will be the next King and Queen of Bologna.  The Bologna Festival includes such events as the famed outhouses races, a street dance, fireworks and a parade down Main Street that continues to grow each year.

T.J. Minnie sold his first bologna in 1906 from a small shop located downtown on Main Street. Since then, a proud history of making first class bologna is still carried on today by C.Roy Inc., a company founded by Cecil Roy and still run by the Roy family.


Events Include

  • Concerts in the park featuring new artists each year
  • Outhouse Race
  • Bologna Ring Toss
  • Soap Box Derby
  • Cardboard Boat Race
  • Candy Scramble
  • Cake Walk
  • Watermelon Eating Contest
  • Hula Hoop Contest
  • Bologna Royalty: Community members volunteer to raise money that gets a vote per penny raised in hopes to become the KING and QUEEN of Bologna!
  • Live DJ and street dance
  • Rosco the Clown
  • Zumba
  • Golf Cart Parade
  • Keystone Kops: Squirt Gun Battle
  • Bologna Baby Contest: Community members volunteer to raise money in hope their baby wins the title of BOLOGNA BABY!
  • The Big Bologna Parade
  • Pet Parade
  • Bologna 5k run
  • BMX bike shows
  • Car show that stretches 5-6 blocks down main street
  • Cinderella makes Princess Magic HappenThis is only a small portion of the events that are held.
    This page will be a place to keep you all updated on bologna happenings.

This is only a small portion of events that are held. Check the Facebook for more info.

Yale Bologna Festival

Yale Bologna Festival

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