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Check out what our locals and visitors of the Ann Arbor area are discovering in our communities! Whether they're busy grabbing a bite at a new restaurant or enjoying the sights and sounds of a music concert, they're taking to social media to show how they do life different.

Sporting events, live music, food festivals, and more. From FoolMoon & FestiFools to the Ann Arbor Art Fair to the Kerrytown Bookfest, the Ann Arbor area has a variety of events year-round for your trip.

Hello Dolly ...

Nov 15, 2018 / Nov 18, 2018

This blockbuster Broadway hit bursts with humor, romance, high-energy dancing, and some of the greatest songs in musical theater history. ...
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Passing Strange Musical at ...

Nov 15, 2018

Passing Strange is a heartfelt and hilarious story about the challenges of being a young artist. The powerful, high-octane score ...
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Seoul via Roma ...

Nov 19, 2018

Seoul via Roma is a celebration of Italian and Korean flavors, with both regions deeply rooted in regional cooking and seasonality. From ...
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Ann Arbor Turkey Trot ...

Nov 22, 2018

Get into the holiday spirit before your Thanksgiving feast! Grab the whole family and run or walk your way to hot chocolate at the finish ...
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Blacksmith Shop Concert: ...

Nov 24, 2018

Work off your Thanksgiving dinner or bring your out of town guests to the historic Blacksmith Shop in Manchester for an evening of dancing ...
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Christmas at the Mansion ...

Nov 30, 2018 / Dec 2, 2018

Chrsitmas at the Mansion consists of a weekend full of events at Gordon Hall. The events include an opening dinner at the venue, a ...
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Hot Tuna Acoustic ...

Dec 1, 2018

Hot Tuna, the duo of Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady, perform with a well-honed and solid power—always in the groove from their years ...
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32nd Annual Winter Concert ...

Dec 1, 2018

Come be delighted by the sounds of seasonal tunes performed by the Chorale's two distinguished youth choirs - the Descant Choir and ...
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Handel’s Messiah ...

Dec 1, 2018 / Dec 2, 2018

Handel’s Messiah was composed over the course of a month in 1741, six months before its premiere in Dublin at a new concert hall. Nearly ...
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AACHM 21st Annual Museum ...

Dec 2, 2018

Come help the African American Cultural and Historical Museum (AACHM) celebrate its 21st anniversary and raise money for the museum!  ...
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Bill Kirchen’s Honky-Tonk ...

Dec 3, 2018

Bill Kirchen is an Ann Arbor-bred guitar god, a Telecaster titan who whirls through a whole gallery of country and rock styles over the ...
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The Beach Boys Live at the ...

Dec 6, 2018

Come see The Beach Boys perform all of their hits right here in Ann Arbor! A live performance you don't want to miss. ...
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Weekend Getaways

Stay on the go with these sample itineraries, with suggestions on everything from morning breakfasts to hotel overnights.

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Information & insights from Destination Ann Arbor. Find out the best spots to eat, festivals to attend, activities to do, and places to discover from Ann Arbor area locals.

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#Ypsireal Instas we Love: ...

Well, Ypsilantians, you've done it again. 2018 was an epic year for your Instagram feed, and we're honored and grateful ...
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10 Ways to Enjoy Thanksgiving ...

Thanksgiving is my absolute favorite holiday. Every year I look forward to getting together with my family, enjoying a delicious ...
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#ErininA2: Dining at Miss ...

We love The Epicurean Traveler's taste for great food - so when she began planning her trip to Ann Arbor, we recommended ...
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Ypsi-Made, Ypsi-Themed Products ...

One of the most marvelous things about Ypsilanti is the availability of Ypsi-made products. More than simply being local for ...
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#ErininA2: Michigan Football ...

Recently, we sent Erin Klema from The Epicurean Traveler to a University of Michigan football game. Did she ever have a good ...
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Creepy or Celebratory - Take ...

Para-Con - December 8 Halloween may be over, but don't hang up the fangs just yet. Did you know that one of Michigan's ...
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