Entertainment & Activities

  • John Park - Comedy Entertainer

     Several shows per day! Located in Kellogg Park!

    • FRIDAY showtimes – 1:00pm – 3:30pm – 6:00pm
    • SATURDAY showtimes – 11:00am – 1:00pm – 3:30pm
    • SUNDAY showtimes – 11:00am – 1:00pm – 3:30pm

    Comedy, comedy, comedy. That’s what this act is all about. But John Park is no joke-telling stand-up comic. Instead, this performer uses clever juggling and visually engaging comedy routines set to music to make his audience laugh. The crowd is with John all the way – even on stage, as volunteers take part and challenge John laugh for laugh for the comedic spotlight. https://johnparkcomedy.com/comedyjuggling.html

  • Roots Vibration - Reggae Band

    Roots Vibrations is a musical force that provides authentic Caribbean music. Made up of members from the exotic islands of the Caribbean & the funky streets of Detroit, this band will stimulate your senses with positive roots music. Roots Vibration’s sound is uplifting and fun, and features creative & seasoned musicians who have a multi-generational and multinational appeal. They bring decades of experience and authenticity to the Reggae scene. They will be performing at the corner of Ann Arbor Trail & Forest Avenue!

    Friday & Saturday set times:

    • 1:00pm – 2:15pm
    • 3:00pm – 4:15pm
    • 4:45pm – 6:00pm

    Sunday set times:

    • 1:00pm – 2:00pm
    • 2:30pm – 3:30pm
    • 4:00pm – 5:00pm

    www.rootsvibrationsmusic.com

     

     

  • Children's Mural

    Located in Kellogg Park!

    The popular children’s mural will return all weekend in Kellogg Park. Children of all ages are invited to come and make their artistic mark on an interactive canvas mural.  Following the event, the murals will be donated to Washtenaw Community Mental Health – Youth & Family Services! https://www.washtenaw.org/839/Community-Mental-Health

  • Chalk Mural

    Friday-Saturday-Sunday – located at Main & Penniman!

    Local artist Erin Dillenbeck and D & M Art Studio, will be back creating a chalk art masterpiece!  The street art demonstration will be sketched with chalk onto the pavement and will be a work in progress all weekend.  Several D&M Studios artists will be on hand to assist with the chalk mural.  Check it out at the intersection of Main & Penniman!

     

     

  • The Living Mural

    Friday-Saturday-Sunday – Booth #500 at Ann Arbor Trail & Main St!

    Kristen Dillenbeck Zipp of Portland, Oregon (formerly of Canton) will once again create a living art mural during Art In The Park.  She came up with the idea of body painting then combined it with her love of live murals. Kristen has demonstrated her living mural as well as just body painting at many different shows in Oregon, New York, and Michigan.  This will be her 11th year at Art In The Park!  Incorporating canvas, paint & live human figures, the 3-dimensional mural is bound to turn heads throughout the weekend.  The living art mural will be on display on the intersection of Main & Ann Arbor Trail.

  • My Adventure Theater

     Several shows per day! Located in Kellogg Park!

    • FRIDAY showtimes – Noon – 2:30pm – 5:00pm
    • SATURDAY showtimes – Noon – 2:30pm – 5:00pm
    • SUNDAY showtimes – Noon – 2:30pm – 4:30pm

    My Adventure Theater is an interactive family friendly theater experience for the entire family!  Characters are chosen from the audience, costumed on the spot & narrated through action-filled, laugh-packed adventures complete with songs, dancing and barrels-o-fun.  Photo opportunities galore and memories of a lifetime in the making, My Adventure Theater is not to be missed!  Check them out in Kellogg Park.    www.myadventuretheater.com

    • Gold Rush Canyon!
    • Pirate Island
    • Galactic Voyage
    • Nottingham Forest
  • George Tait's "Stand Still Theater"

    Saturday from 1:00pm – 5:00pm – On the Compass at Main & Ann Arbor Trail!

    There’s music playing softly in the background.  A grey statue stands two feet in the air on a stone platform with an umbrella cane in hand.  You notice a crowd gathered transfixed on the motionless figure, waiting.  Every 15 minutes the statue comes to life!  Everyone applauds & one person is silently asked to join the statue.  The statue manages to read minds, challenge your perception & stop time. This is the experience folks have year after year at Art In The Park where George has become an iconic fixture.     https://georgesmind.com/