A2SF Announces KidZone, Retreat, and Annex Series at Top of the Park

KidZone at the Ann Arbor Summer Festival (photo credit: A2SF)

ANN ARBOR, MI — The Ann Arbor Summer Festival (A2SF) has announced their full lineup of KidZone, Retreat, and Annex series events taking place at Top of the Park June 14-30, 2024.  

The complete season will be announced on May 2. 


5PM Nightly

Kids and families love KidZone. This season, bring your kiddos to storytelling events from Booksweet and Black Men Read. Plus, join us for a multitude of engaging art and educational activities. 

KidZone is presented by C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital and Michigan Medicine

Family friendly lineup


5:30PM Nightly | Power Center Lawn

Get your stretch, meditation, or groove on. We’ve got yoga, tai chi, Tango, kickboxing and other wellness classes taught by local experts on the Power Center lawn every night. Retreat and feel good.

Full Retreat lineup


Various times

This year’s events and performances include spoken word, a “Dirty 30” music producer competition, comedy night, and a Juneteenth art exhibition. AADL returns with Nerd Nite and Trivia, and the season ends with Maker Works’ the Great Maker Race. Visit the Annex by the fountain and discover fun for all ages. 

Full Annex lineup

The Annex series is presented by Toyota and Destination Ann Arbor

A2SF events are supported by a generous community of individuals, foundations, and businesses. University of Michigan, City of Ann Arbor, Michigan Arts & Cultural Council, and Phire are the 2024 Title Sponsors. 

photo credit: A2SF

Events at Top of the Park will take place between June 14 – 30, 2024.

A2SF champions performing arts, outdoor entertainment, and community spirit. In addition to a nearly four-week festival each June that attracts a diverse audience of over 80,000 people and offers over 200 concerts, art exhibitions, kids activities, spectacle, and film screenings, A2SF presents compelling experiences throughout the year on the campus of the University of Michigan and throughout Washtenaw County.

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. A2SF was founded as 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 A2SF.ORG

Source: A2SF

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