Arts Beats & Eats
Royal Oak police say some of the 1,900 parking tickets issued during a popular Detroit-area summer arts festival will be dismissed.
[photogallerylink id=25378 align=left]Thousands of people have turned out for the Ford Arts, Beats & Eats festival that is set up in Royal Oak for the first time this year.
Thousands of people will flock to downtown Royal Oak over the four-day, Labor Day weekend, for Arts, Beats & Eats. The annual event has changed venues from Pontiac to Royal Oak for the 2010 celebration.
Arts, Beats and Eats festival-goers will not be allowed to park in Royal Oak neighborhoods. And, if you park illegally, you’ll pay the price.
Permits will be required for street parking in Royal Oak neighborhoods during the Arts Beats & Eats Festival, Labor Day weekend. Parking meters will also be closed. However, thousands of parking spaces will be open […]
Guns will be allowed to be worn out in the open at the upcoming Arts, Beats & Eats festival.
More than 100,000 people per day are expected to attend the Arts, Beats and Eats festival over the Labor Day holiday weekend.
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