Ann Arbor Summer Festival (A2SF) Announces Complete 2022 Lineup

2022 Ann Arbor Summer Festival (A2SF) logo

ANN ARBOR, MI — The Ann Arbor Summer Festival (A2SF) has announced their complete 2022 season, including the full music lineup at Top of the Park, taking place from June 10-July 3. See full calendar.

The season comprises nearly 200 individual events including 89 concerts on two stages at Top of the Park, which is located on Ingalls Mall and Washington Street on the Campus of the University of Michigan.

  • Rackham Stage (915 E. Washington Street)
  • O&W Grove Stage (under Burton Memorial Tower)

Music Highlights include: ADG7, Athletic Mic League, Dames Brown, Devon Gillfillian, LADAMA, Natu Camara, Thornetta Davis, Alise King, Cold Tone Harvest, Dani Darling, Frontier Ruckus, George Bedard & The Kingpins, Mollywop!, and many more.

This follows the recent announcements of a headlining concert by Pink Martini featuring China Forbes on June 29 at the Power Center, and the Movies by Moonlight, KidZone, Live Here Now series over the past few weeks. 

2022 marks the first full-scale season in three years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Executive Director Mike Michelon shared “We’re so excited to return to Top of the Park. This season will serve as a reunion for communities from throughout the County and an opportunity for some incredible shared experiences.” 

Event details can be found at A2SF.ORG. Season support is provided by a generous community of donors, foundations, and local business:


Nightly from June 10-July 3 (dark on Mondays)

Friday, June 10

5pm – Ron Brooks Trio

6pm – Sarah D’Angelo

7pm – Vibes with the Tribes Music & Culture Hour

8:30pm – Dames Brown

10:15pm – Alise King

Saturday, June 11

5pm – Lorian Janine

5:30pm – Ki5

7pm – Jive Colossus

8:30pm – Natu Camara

10:30pm – Shake Steady

Sunday, June 12

5pm – Aspen Jacobson

6pm – Hannah Baiardi

7pm – Miss Paula and the Candy Bandits

8:15pm – ADG7

Tuesday, June 14

5pm – Ceolsige

6pm – Flea Circus Featuring Mr. B.

7pm – Honey and Blue

8:30pm – Chris Canas Band

Wednesday, June 15

5pm – Jackamo

6pm – ANA

7pm – TBD

8:30pm – Dani Darling

Thursday, June 16

5pm – Amy Petty

7pm – Peter Madcat Ruth’s C.A.R.Ma. Quartet

8:15pm – Devon Gilfillian

Friday, June 17

5pm – Sean Dobbins

7pm – KESSWA

8:30pm – Vespre

10:15pm – Thornetta Davis

Saturday, June 18

5pm – Victor Samalot

6pm – Pancho Villa’s Skull

7pm – Tumbao Bravo

8:30pm – Orquesta RITMO

10:15pm – Orquesta Tradición

Sunday, June 19

5pm – Al Bettis

6pm – Gwenyth Hayes

7pm – Kidsrock: The Uncle Devin Show

8:30pm – Lady Sunshine and the X Band

Tuesday, June 21

5pm – Anne Erlewine

6pm – Remnose

7pm – Garba360

8:30pm – Misty Lyn and the Big Beautiful

Wednesday, June 22

5pm – Rochelle Clark

6pm – Tina in the Sand

7pm – Michelle Billingsly

8:30pm – John Holk and the Sequins

Thursday, June 23

5pm – Dick Siegel

6pm – Billy & Emily

7pm – London Beck

8:30pm – Kenyatta Rashon

Friday, June 24

5pm – Jordan Hamilton

6pm – Estar Cohen

7pm – Chirp

8:30pm – Paddlebots

10:15pm – Funkwagon

Saturday, June 25

5pm – Joe Wachter

6pm – Jill Govan

7pm – Nadim Azzam

8:30pm – LADAMA

10:30pm – The Go Rounds

Sunday, June 26

5pm – Kuwento Mizik

6pm – Virago

7pm – Kidsrock: Little Miss Ann 

8:30pm – Hullabaloo

Tuesday, June 28 

5pm – Audra Kubat

6pm – Chris DuPont

7pm – The Daynites

8:30pm – Summer Like the Season

Wednesday, June 29

5pm – Djangophonique

7pm – The Aston Neighborhood Pleasure Club

8:30pm – Planet D Nonet

Thursday, June 30

5pm – slapslap

7pm – Patty PerShayla & the Mayhaps

8:30pm – Frontier Ruckus

Friday, July 1

5pm – Ingrid Racine

6pm – Ramona Collins

7pm – Cold Tone Harvest

8:30pm – Earth Radio

10:15pm – Sabbatical Bob

Saturday, July 2

5pm – Nickie P

6pm – Leslie DeShazor

7pm – Nique Love Rhodes and the NLR Experience

8:45pm – Mollywop!

10:45pm – Athletic Mic League

Sunday, July 3

5pm – Cantu

6pm – Brain Plasticity Ukulele Collective

7pm – The Claudettes

8:30pm – George Bedard and the Kingpins


Various times

Explore this eclectic venue housing installations by world-renowned artists, local DIY workshops, public conversations, and fun programs for all ages. Visit our website to see the full lineup.

Friday, June 10 

Feel Good Friday with UMMA

Saturday, June 11

Zero Waste Extravaganza

Sunday, June 12 

Telescopes with the Detroit Observatory

Tuesday, June 14 

Neutral Zone – Music and Spoken Word

Wednesday, June 15

U-M Book Arts Studio – What’s your Type? Printing Activity

Thursday, June 16

AADL – Pokémon Gaming Night

Saturday, June 18 

Maker Works – Pewter Sand Casting A2SF Tokens!

Tuesday, June 21

Garba360 Cuisine Tasting

Wednesday, June 22

AADL – Bob Ross Painting

Thursday, June 23

Anishinaabe Miijiim – The Food Of The People 

Sunday, June 26 

Take a Bookmark Break with U-M Library!

Wednesday, June 29

AADL – World Famous Trivia

Thursday, June 30

Returning Somewhere New – An Evening of Poetry

Friday, July 1 & Saturday, July 2

Illuminatus Lasers – Dancing and Lunchboxing with Lasers

Events at Top of the Park will take place between June 10 – July 3, 2022 (dark on Mondays) and are free to the public.

Tickets to Pink Martini on Wednesday, June 29 at 8pm at the Power Center can be purchased at or by calling the box office at 734-764-2538.  Face masks will be required for this indoor performance along with proof of vaccination OR negative PCR test will be required for everyone ages 5+.

A2SF is a performing arts presenter and beloved community institution. The mission of A2SF is to present a world-class celebration of arts and entertainment that enriches the cultural, economic, and social vitality of the region. 

Each season features a progressive mix of nearly 200 events showcasing local, national, and international artists and a diverse audience of more than 80,000 people. 

The indoor ticketed series includes performances of world-class music, contemporary circus, dance, family entertainment, public radio shows, and comedy. Outdoor programming primarily takes place at Top of the Park, is held along a beautiful campus green on Ingalls, and offers admission-free concerts, Movies by Moonlight, open-air street spectacle, culinary treats, and unique family attractions. 

A2SF is a partnership between the University of Michigan and the City of Ann Arbor and produced its first season in 1984. For more information on all events, please visit the A2SF website:

Source: Ann Arbor Summer Festival (A2SF)

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