Art in the Park
Michigan’s second-largest public art festival marks its 33rd year in downtown Plymouth, welcoming more than 400 artists from around the United States. Among the festivities are One Love Reggae Band, performing from noon-4 p.m. Friday at the corner of Ann Arbor Trail and Forest Avenue. You can also catch some live performance art: The living mural will return throughout the three-day event and George Tait’s Living Statue will be on display from noon-4 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
More About Kellogg Park
Kellogg Park is considered Plymouth's public square. It is located in the heart of the city's downtown and is a hub for outdoor activities all year long. In the winter, it is the site of the site of the internationally known Ice Festival, where ice sculptures are displayed and ice carvers compete.
It is also the site of Art in the Park in July, Fall Festival in September and the Chili Cookoff in October. The focus point of the park is the large fountain that runs throughout the spring, summer and fall.