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4 Best Summer Festivals in Detroit 2022 to Move into Summer

No Cancellations! Summer Festivals in Detroit Are Here. Are You Ready?

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Music festival announcements are a universal “sigh” as we shift back into our favorite activities. Summer festivals in Detroit 2022 are bringing back new sounds, sights, smells, tastes, and smiles. Little to no mask regulations are another reason to look into getting tickets. So get outside and rediscover the bliss you felt last time you attended one of these much-loved food to music summer festivals. No more settling for cancellations or virtual festivals.

Double-check these events as details may change at any time. Detroitisit rounded up a list of summer festivals in Detroit to remind you that Detroit has all the entertainment!

 

Movement Electronic Festival 2022 lineup

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MOVEMENT ELECTRONIC MUSIC FESTIVAL 2022

Dates:

Sat.May 28, 2022-May 30,2022

Movement 2022 happens May 28-30, over the festival’s traditional Memorial Day weekend dates, in its longstanding home of Detroit’s Hart Plaza. This will be the first time Movement has happened since 2019, with 2020 and 2021 canceled due to the pandemic. The diversity is alive through the music. Not to mention, there will be an abundance of local food vendors!  The complete lineup for the 2022 Movement Festival exemplifies the diversity and culture of Detroit. From 2 Chainz to Skrillex, and Maya Jane Coles, drenched in a mix of sounds and unique personalities. Three-day and one-day passes are currently on sale. Click HERE for tickets. Located at Hart Plaza, 110 E Jefferson, Detroit, MI 48226, USA.

 

Palrmer Park Art Fair Detroit 2022

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DETROIT’S PALMER PARK ART FAIR

Date & Time:

Sat. June 4-5th, 10 am-7 pm

It’s that glorious time of the year again. Sure, having a picnic at a Detroit park is a lovely idea, but why not add more art to the day? Support the arts and artists! Buy posters online or purchase them at their framing partners:  Sherwood Forest Gallery; Eric’s I’ve Been Framed; Jo’s Gallery (all on Livernois).  Join in on an immersive experience that includes the local music stage with a variety of performers, authors, and poets, specialty food booths, an art activities tent supported by Subaru and Art in Motion, and an opportunity to join their drum circles! The Detroit fine arts scene magnifies the beauty of the city and its talented people. Palmer Park is between McNichols and Seven Mile Rd along Woodward. Enter at Merrill Plaisance. Use 600 Merrill Plaisance, Detroit, 48221 For GPS

DETROIT RIVER DAYS FESTIVAL 2022

Dates & Times:

Friday, June 21
OPENS AT 2 PM

2pm-10pm
Admission is free from 2pm-5pm, $5 after 5pm.

Saturday, June 22
11am-10pm
Admission is $5

Sunday, June 23
11am-10pm
Admission is $5

Venture out for a truly original festival on the Detroit Riverfront. Detroit River Days has been a local hit for the last 10 years. Hosted by GM each June, the event is three days of non-stop fun for all ages, featuring ski jet demonstrations, sand sculptures, riverboat tours, and live music. Get a bird’s eye view of the state park as you fly thirty-four feet above the ground with a zipline. Yes, a zipline. Detroit River Days are also pet-friendly, so your furry companions won’t miss out. There is a kid’s stage to keep the little ones entertained, and live music for the grown-ups, so you shouldn’t hear “I’m bored” from anyone! Celebrate the Riverfront and the city’s sounds. Click HERE for more information.

 

VEGFEST

Eat well, feel good sign

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date & time:

Sunday, June 5, 2022

10am-4pm

VegMichigan is excited to be hosting VegFest once again after a two-year hiatus and they couldn’t be more thrilled to finally be able to host it in Detroit. VegFest is a mostly outdoor event this year, thanks to Eastern Market. Eastern Market’s sheds 5 & 6 will graciously provide space as long as you bring passion and open-mindedness. There’s always something new to try! The event is free admission for all attendees. Some highlights include about 100 vendors, delicious plant-based food, sustainable shopping, free samples, a kid zone, and live music. All of the best food in one place? Count me in. Click HERE for more information.

 

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