Read on to learn how to break a world record, witness a 1958 Firebird III up-close or attend a world festival all during this last weekend of July in Metro Detroit.
The weather sure is hot and so are the events taking place this weekend in Metro Detroit! From the Ann Arbor Art Fair to Paul McCartney performing, there is something in store for everyone.
Paintings, sculptures, ceramics, jewelry, fiber, fine glass, woodwork, mixed media, photography and folk art will line the streets, turning downtown Plymouth into a whimsical color palette July 8, 9, and 10.
As a way to allow visitors at the annual festival to navigate easier through the three-day festival August 5-7 in downtown Northville, MouseTrap Group LLC of Royal Oak has created an interactive mobile app exclusively for the Buy Michigan Now Festival.
The Great Lakes Wine Fest returns to Michigan International Speedway on Saturday, May 21 for a day of drinks, entertainment and fun that’s truly made in Michigan.
The sour economy has been the root cause of many annual festivals, art fairs and fireworks going down the tubes.
Larry, Moe and Curly will be the stars at the Redford Theater this weekend for the “Three Stooges Festival.”
VegFest, metro Detroit’s premier vegetarian tastefest and expo, takes place Sunday March 27 at The Suburban Collection Showplace.
Metro Detroit’s Greek community will celebrate Greek Independence Day the weekend of March 25 with a variety of festivities.
The Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit presents the 2011 Stephen Gottlieb Music Festival from March 23 through April 7.