AA Street Art Fair: Plenty of musical choices on Main Stage


The Ann Arbor Street Art Fair features more than 1,000 artists including a few who hold a guitar instead of a paint brush or whose voice is their instrument of creative choice.

While there is plenty to see at the 58th annual Ann Arbor summer event, there also is plenty to ear, especially coming from the Main Stage at the South University Art Fair.

Here is a quick look at the Main Stage this week:

11 a.m.: Y-Town Hoolies
12:30 p.m.: Big Blue Cosmic
2:30: Jay Stielstra
4:30: Drivin’ Sideways
6:30: Rhythm Machines
Thursday’s headliner is Kentucky Chrome, who will take the stage from 8:30 and play until 10. The Toledo band is a mix of rock and roll, rockabilly, old school country, and honky tonk from the Rust Belt, USA. To listen, check out www.reverbnation.com/kentuckychrome

11 a.m.: 3rd Degree Burns
12:30 p.m.: Mo’ Easy
2:30: Hoodang
4:30: CopyCats
6:30: Cash is King
Friday’s headliner is Shoot the Messinger, who take the stage at 8:30.

11 a.m.: Out Loud Chorus
12:30 p.m.: EMU Jazz Combo
2:30: Andy Adamson Quintet
4:30: Cellar Cats
6:30: Keri Lynn Roche
Saturday’s headliner is The INVASION, who will play from 8:30 to 10 p.m. The band plays music from the British Invasion era of the 1960s.

12 p.m.: Hullabaloo
2: The Switchbacks
4: Creole du Nord

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