Editor's Pick: Festival of the Sun and Moon
Festival of the Moon
If you're a fan of a cold brew (provided by Bell's Brewery!) on a hot summer's eve, good eats, fantastic music from local and national talent and a killer atmosphere, then you want to head to the seventh annual Festival of the Moon
, this Friday, June 22, 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Organizers are sure you'll "make the most of one of the shortest nights of the summer, " and so am I ... trust me. Tickets are just $12 in advance
, or $15 at the gate. For the best value, buy the $25 weekend pass
to both festivals. Must be 21+ to enter.
Festival of the Sun
If the idea of a chilled Michigan white wine gives you goose bumps (the good kind), or if you prefer your tapas with a glass of red, then perhaps the 13th annual Festival of the Sun
(this Saturday, June 23, 2 p.m. to 11 p.m.) will delight your senses.
Did I mention this event is family-friendly until 7 p.m., and children under 12 are free? Well, it's true. Tickets are just $17 in advance
, or $20 at the gate.
Also - you can buy tickets to both festivals for $25
, in case I didn't mention that earlier.
Here's info on some of the music lineup: Those Willows, Sabertooth Fiancee, Empty Orchestra, Elliot Street Lunatic and Frontier Ruckus.
Festival of the Sun and Festival of the Moon are located at Turner St. and Grand River Ave. in Lansing's Old Town.