Annual Events


(734) 794–6430, ext. 43725 Celebrates the anniversary of A2ZERO, the City of Ann Arbor’s plan to achieve a ju​​st transition to community-wide carbon neutrality by 2030, with events throughout the week, including classes, open...

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AACME: Ann Arbor Creativity and Making Expo

343 S. Fifth Ave. (Downtown Library) Free family-friendly showcase of local invention, creativity, and resourcefulness. Exhibits include robotics, radio, rocketry, machines, tools, STEAM & STEM projects, whimsical creations,...

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Ann Arbor African American Festival

N. Fourth Ave. & E. Ann (734) 858–9121 Crafts, merchandise, food, and kids activities. Musical, theatrical, and dance performances, and craft vendors. June 8, 2024, 9 a.m.–8 p.m.; always held the first Sat. in June....

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Ann Arbor Antiquarian Book Fair

530 S. State (Michigan Union ballroom) Jay Platt, (734) 995–1891 30 antiquarian book dealers sell 1st editions, old and collectible books, children’s books, Americana, prints, and more. Sun. Oct. 1, 2023....

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Ann Arbor Art Fair

Three concurrent, independently juried art fairs. Together, these nonprofit fairs are made up of almost 1,000 artists and include entertainment stages, artist demonstrations, art activities, and food & drink vendors. The Ann...

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Ann Arbor Film Festival

603 E. Liberty (Michigan Theater) PO Box 8232, AA 48107 (734) 995–5356 Founded in 1963, the longest-running independent and experimental film series in North America celebrates film as art with screenings of over 180 films of...

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Ann Arbor Folk Festival

825 North University (Hill Auditorium) (734) 761–1800 Tickets: (734) 763–8587. Two evenings of concerts of roots and acoustic music to benefit The Ark. Features well-known acts along with musicians on the rise. Jan. 26 & 27,...

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Ann Arbor Jewish Book Festival

2935 Birch Hollow (Jewish Community Center) (734) 971–0990 Invites national and international authors to present books on a variety of topics to the Ann Arbor community. Includes in-person presentations, virtual author talks,...

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Ann Arbor Jewish Film Festival

2935 Birch Hollow (Jewish Community Center) (734) 971–0990 Showcases films that embrace Jewish life socially, culturally, ethically, and spiritually, and that inspire engagement with legacy and heritage. May 2024; see website...

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Ann Arbor Pride

Celebrates the diversity of gender identity, sexual orientation, and the LGBTQ+ community. All are welcome. Live music, dancing, food, substance-free spaces and events, family-friendly programming, resource connecting, and other...

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Ann Arbor Summer Festival & Top of the Park

(734) 994–5999 Tickets: (734) 764–2538 Champions performing arts, outdoor entertainment, and community spirit by presenting more than 200 events over nearly 4 weeks each summer, 90 percent of which are free. The ticketed series...

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Apples and Honey

2935 Birch Hollow (Jewish Community Center) (734) 971–0990 Annual family event celebrating the Jewish fall holidays of Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, and Simchat Torah. Hands-on crafts; games; inflatables; snacks, food, and...

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Around Town Tours

218 N. Fourth Ave. (734) 662–7790 Offering tours of Ann Arbor and the surrounding areas for people who are here to explore a new job, attend a conference, or just visit. Starting at $175 for a 2-hour custom tour....

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Art Fair Song Fest

415 N. 4th Ave. (Kerrytown Concert House) Performances of art song and vocal chamber music, around the same time of year as the Ann Arbor Art Fair. July 2024.,

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Dawn Farm Jamboree

6633 Stony Creek (734) 485–8725 Family-friendly event with activities for all ages: music and entertainment, live and silent auctions, children’s games and activities, hayrides, farm animals, pumpkin patch, and local food. All...

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Dawn Farm Ride for Recovery

6633 Stony Creek Rd. (734) 485–8725 Family fun and fitness event with four bike rides to choose from, a run/walk, and a Recovery Celebration lunch. All proceeds support Dawn Farm’s scholarship fund for people with addictions....

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Earth Day Festival

1831 Traver (Leslie Science & Nature Center) (734) 995–5439 Free, family-friendly environmental celebration with displays from local nonprofits; live entertainment; hands-on activities; presentations on wind energy, water,...

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415 N. Fourth Ave. (Kerrytown Concert House) and other locations (734) 769–2999 One of North America’s premier alternative music festivals, featuring jazz and experimental new music. Oct. 18–21, 2023....

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