Two Music Stages To Pick From

What Ann Arbor event would be complete without music? The Ann Arbor Art Fair has two stages, in addition to the street performers scattered throughout the fair, with performances all four days to keep your ears pleased.

 
 

Fountain Stage

Located on Ingalls Mall between E. Washington and N. University

The Fountain Stage is a welcoming respite in the heart of Ingalls Mall. Featuring an eclectic mix of music and dance, the Fountain Stage offers a perfect opportunity to enjoy family-friendly performances and grab a bite to eat from the adjacent food court. From jazz to indie music to contemporary modern dance, this stage has something for every appetite.

Thursday, July 18

11 am: Kira Grace, singers/songwriter

Noon: Rob Norum, acoustic soloist

1 pm: WCC Dancers, ballet, jazz and hip-hop dance

2 pm: Carly Keyes, acoustic singer/songwriter

3 pm: Bob Hausler, acoustic soloist

4 pm: Carly Bins, singer/songwriter

5 pm: Timothy Monger, Indie-folk-rock singer/songwriter

6 pm: Camila Ballario, singer/songwriter

Friday, July 19

11 am: After Blue, acoustic duo

Noon: Ki5, live vocal looper

1 pm: Ceolsige, singer/songwriter

2 pm: Jodie Randolph Dance, contemporary dance

3 pm: Agenda 21, Reggae-inspired conscious music

4 pm: Elena Hirsch, pop singer/songwriter

5 pm: Keynote Sisters, acoustic duo

6 pm: Angela Predhomme, singer/songwriter

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Saturday, July 20

11 am: Mike Gatien, piano

Noon: Mike Rupprecht, solo pianist

1 pm: Warehouse Cloggers, clogger dance

2 pm: Cosmic, acoustic duo

3 pm: Paper Bags, Indie-folk-rock and blues

4 pm: Na Wahine O Ke Anuenue, Polynesian dance

5 pm: Jazz Bums, American jazz standards

6 pm: Anthony Retka, Detroit singer/songwriter

Sunday, July 21

Noon: Kirk Brown, acoustic soloist

1 pm: Arts in Motion, performance dance

2 pm: Beach Daisy, alternative pop rock

3 pm: Mary Collins, Indie-folk-rock singer/songwriter

4 pm: Izzy Wallace, singer/songwriter 


the stage on main, in partnership with the ark

The Stage on Main, in partnership with The Ark, will feature a sampling of traditional and contemporary live music The Ark is a non-profit organization presenting the best of traditional and contemporary live music in downtown Ann Arbor over 300 nights each year.

Located in the Palio restaurant parking lot on the corner of Main & William

Thursday, July 18:  6 – 9 pm

OPEN STAGE IN THE OPEN AIR – Join our host, Ann Arbor 107one’s John Bommarito. Sign up to perform at the table near the stage starting at 5:30 pm.

Friday, July 19: 4:30 – 9 pm

4:30-5:30 pm: Royal Wood

6 – 7 pm: Lula Wiles

7:30 – 9 pm: Smooth Hound Smith

Saturday, July 20: 4:30 – 9 pm

4:30 – 5:30 pm: Freddy and Francine

6 – 7 pm: Oshima Brothers

7:30 – 9:30 pm: The RFD Boys

Sunday, July 21: Noon – 4 pm

Details being finalized.