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Art Fair Entertainment.:

 July 21-23. Live music and other performances on 3 stages. Today:

Ingalls Mall Fountain Stage (Ingalls Mall between E. Washington St. and North University.): Detroit pop-oriented country-folk singer-songwriter Alison Albrecht (11 a.m.). Veteran local rockabilly & Americana band Delta 88 (noon). Witty and thoughtful local pop-folk by singer-songwriter Kathy Wieland (1 p.m.). American roots  music by local music scene veterans Brian Lillie and Merrill Hodenfield (2 p.m.). Engaging veteran local pop-rock singer-songwriter Timothy Monger (3 p.m.). Indie Rock Royalty (4 p.m.), a local quartet that includes members of the Parsnips and One Dangerous Mind. Detroit Opera: Summer Serenade (5 p.m.), with Michigan Opera Theater singers performing opera, operetta, and musical theater works. Eric Kelly (6 p.m.), a veteran local alt-country-rock singer-songwriter. 

The Ark Stage (Palio parking lot at William & Main): A band led by Ann Arbor neo-soul singer-songwriter Dani Darling (5–6 p.m.). Hot Western swing-based Americana with 3-part vocal harmonies by the The Quebe Sisters (6:30–7:30 p.m.), a trio of singing fiddlers. Soulful Nashville-based singer-songwriter Kyshona (8–9 p.m.). 

Ann Arbor Civic Theatre Stage (Maynard St. & William St.): Music from School of Rock student bands, the cast of the musical review “All Together Now,” and the folk-rock band the Bob Skon Trio. Also, demonstrations of acroyoga, which combines yoga and acrobatics, talks, and other performances TBA (noon-7 p.m.).

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