The Comerica CityFest – Detroit
The Comerica CityFest is an impressive mix of restaurants, stellar local and national musical acts, boutique retail, fun for kids, extreme park and social gathering spots, Comerica CityFest is a celebration of city life and a fantastic way to spend five days in Detroit’s historic New Center. Comerica CityFest is free and open to the public.
The National Cherry Festival – Traverse City
The National Cherry Festival is seven days of fun, with everything from cherry pie eating competitions to a Cherry Queen. Listen to some great concerts, ride as many carnival rides as you can stomach, and watch the Blue Angels as they tear up the sky.
Common Ground Festival – Lansing
The Common Ground Festival is “the event of the summer” with over 30 bands on 3 stages in just 7 days!
Meijer Taylor Summer Festival – Taylor
The Meijer Taylor Summer Festival represents one of southeast Michigan’s most popular summer family events and celebrations of American music. This year, the festival’s headlining performers include some of the hottest country artists in America on Friday, classic rock-n-roll on Saturday, and Disney acts on Sunday
The Michgian Elvisfest – Ypsilanti
The Michigan Elvisfest is officially sanctioned by Graceland. The Elvisfest is one of the Largest Elvisfest Concerts in North America. The fest has spectacular performances by the best professional Elvis Tribute Artists in North America.
Shadow Art Fair – Ypsilanti
The Shadow Art Fair is just one day of fun with more than 40 artists and 9000 gallons of beer. The fair allows folks doing under-the-radar creative work to network and show off. And drink beer.
Ann Arbor Summer Art Fair – Ann Arbor
The Ann Arbor Summer Art Fair transforms Ann Arbor into an impressive outdoor art festival showcasing the best in fine art and fine crafts. This award-winning, juried fair features ceramics, painting, jewelry, sculpture, photography, glass, wood, fiber and much more!
Summer Beer Festival – Ypsilanti
The Summer Beer Festival features tons of Michigan breweries for a celebration of the local art of beer brewing featuring a chance to talk with brewery personnel and learn about the art of beer making; home brewing, tasting of over one hundred different great local beers, delicious food, and excellent live entertainment.
July 31 – August 5
The Traverse City Film Festival – Traverse City
The Traverse City Film Festival is committed to showing “Just Great Movies” and helping to save one of America’s few indigenous art forms â€” the cinema. The Traverse City Film Festival presents the best of independent, foreign, and documentary films. It also presents classic movies free of charge on a giant, inflatable outdoor screen overlooking Grand Traverse Bay in the Open Space Park at dusk.