A Weekend of Bluegrass, Cars, Football, And Fall Fun
It’s beginning to feel a lot like Fall, and this weekend will be full of fun ways to celebrate.
The 55th Annual Plymouth Fall Festival runs from Sept. 10-12. Bring the whole family and enjoy the festivities including a craft show, carnival rides and games, and booths of local groups.
Be sure to enjoy some of the food offerings as well! Friday features local restaurants at the Plymouth Taste Fest from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. On Saturday enjoy the Pancake Breakfast from 7 a.m – 11 a.m. and the Spaghetti Dinner from 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. Sunday holds a Rotary BBQ from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For more information about the schedule, pricing, and parking click here
Music lovers can enjoy this Saturday’s 14th Annual Parade of Stars Bluegrass Festival. Located in the Civic Center Park of Auburn Hills (1827 N. Squirrel Rd), the all-day concert boasts four nationally acclaimed bluegrass bands.
Admission will be free (donations accepted), as well free parking (available adjacent to the concert). Bring a lawn chair or blanket and get ready to tap your toes to a day of bluegrass tunes! Find the line-up and additional information here.
America’s longest-running antique car show, Old Car Festival, will celebrate its 60th anniversary this weekend at Greenfield Village. As you walk around the streets of the festival, you will experience nearly 500 authentic vintage cars from 1890-1932, including early steam and electric-powered vehicles.
The festival spans Sept. 11-12, and admission is free with membership or $22 for adults, $21 for seniors(62+), $16 for youth (5-12), and free for children under 5. Find more information about all of the exciting events taking place here.
Cheer on the Spartans this Saturday at 12 p.m. at Ford Field! Michigan State takes on Florida Atlantic in MSU’s first game in Detroit since 1944. Tickets are available at ticketmaster.com and range from $39-$79. Student tickets are available for $19 from the Spartan Ticket Office (limit three). Click here to find out more about the event.
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