Michigan Summer Festivals
The Great Lakes State is hosting a wide array of festivals to celebrate summer weather. Check out these noteworthy Michigan summer festivals. Please check back frequently as COVID-19 may disrupt some previously scheduled events. All event information was accurate as of 5/4/20.
July 2-4, 2020
This annual event provides fantastic entertainment options, like classic carnival rides, local craft beer and most importantly, live national bands. Spend your 4th of July enjoying great rock music with the whole family. Tickets start at $10 per day or $25 for a three-day pass.
July 17-19, 2020
If you love country music and camping, you won’t want to miss one of America’s premier country music festivals. Complete with two stages, nine campgrounds, food trucks, water slides and jam sessions, this festival screams summertime. This event requires festival passes and camping passes must be purchased separately.
July 2-5, 2020
Lake Orion, MI
All ages are welcome to savor delicious barbecue at the 6th Annual Michigan Rib Fest. Celebrate Independence Day with dishes from more than a dozen vendors, live music and a Kids Zone filled with family-friendly activities. Admission to the Michigan Rib Fest requires a $5 entry fee, but there is free entry on Thursday, July 2nd, and before 4 pm on Friday, July 3rd.
July 25, 2020
Traverse City, MI
The 60th Annual Crooked Tree Art Fair brings together over 100 artists and artisans from across the country. Appreciate work from artists that have worked with a wide variety of media to demonstrate their artistic excellence and craftsmanship. At this free event, attendees can purchase art pieces and see which three artists win cash prizes for their work.
July 27- August 1, 2020
Head to Fowlerville this summer for the 134th Annual Fowlerville Family Fair. This fun-filled fair includes 4-H exhibits, the Ventra Community Spelling Bee, T-n-T Demolition Derby, a carnival and a rodeo! Admission for adults is $6, children ages five to 12 are $3 and children four and under are free.
August 6-9, 2020
South Haven, MI
Mark your calendars for the 57th Annual National Blueberry Festival. This signature event includes blueberry wine tasting, live music, blueberry pancake breakfasts, a classic car show and more! All ages are welcome to this festival, which is one of the country's oldest continuously-running fruit festivals.