A2SF Announces Its Full 2024 Season Lineup at Top of the Park

Top of the Park at the Ann Arbor Summer Festival (photo credit: A2SF)

ANN ARBOR, MI —  The Ann Arbor Summer Festival (A2SF) has announced its full season of events taking place at Top of the Park for the 2024 season.

The 2024 music lineup at Top of the Park features Thornetta Davis and Kenyatta Rashon on the Rackham Stage and Ron Brooks Trio on the O&W Grove Stage for First Friday (June 14), as well as local favorites throughout the season, including Ki5 (June 20), Tunde Olaniran (June 21), Salsa Night with Orquesta Ritmo (June 22), May Erlewine (June 24), and another Athletic Mic League reunion (June 29) on the Rackham Stage.

The O&W Grove Stage features larger ensembles and longer sets, including Jordan Hamilton (June 28). Kids Rock music performances in partnership with Ann Arbor District Library features Sonia De Los Santos (June 16) and Miss Paula and the Candy Bandits(June 23) on the Rackham Stage. So Long Sunday on June 30 includes Lady Sunshine and the X Band and perennial favorites George Bedard and the Kingpins.

Full line up here.

In addition to music performance, opening weekend will feature all-ages circus show Cirque Kikasse’s SANTÉ! On June 14 & 15 at 8:15PM and June 16 at 8PM.

Tickets are currently on sale for Gregory Alan Isakov on June 17 and REFLEX: Unraveling 4,000 Years of Juggling on June 22 & 23. Tickets can be purchased at TICKETS.A2SF.ORG

A2SF is holding its annual fundraiser debut on Friday, May 17 at 7PM. The community can support the organization by purchasing a ticket to debut and participating in the silent auction (you need not to be present to win). Purchase tickets here.

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

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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