Michigan Made Festival Aims For July Celebration
As the country slowly starts to open back up, there are event organizers still out there trying to salvage what little year we have left and try to bring some normalcy to it. The Canterbury Village in Lake Orion, MI, which held last year's TacoFest (Stand In Line Fest) is preparing for the Michigan Made Festival for 2020 in mid July to try and boost local artist sales and get the community back together.
It'll be their 2nd Annual Michigan Made Festival held from July 17th - 19th, and will feature some of the best Michigan beers & cocktails along with crafts, artists, food, shopping and live music from Michigan bands & more. Last year, the festival attracted over 15,000 people over three days of fun showcasing how great our Mitten State really is. The "Made in Michigan" Market is packed with everything from crafts, arts, and home-made items to Michigan-shaped patio chairs and jewelry.
The "Made in Michigan" Drink Stations offer everything from Michigan beer, cider, Wine, cocktails and Faygo pop (whoop whoop). As of now no entertainment has been announced for the event but you can continue to keep an eye on their event page, as they will be making additions as the event draws closer. The festival dates and times are as follows:
July 17th-19th, 2020
Friday 4 p.m.- 9 p.m.
Saturday 11 a.m.- 9 p.m.
Sunday 12 p.m.- 5 p.m.
Canterbury Village - Behind the Castle
2359 Joslyn Ct
Lake Orion, Michigan
There is a $5 entry fee, however, Veterans & Active-Duty Military with Military ID get in free all weekend, as well as children under 5 years of age.
Here is a video from last year, showcasing some of the items you can expect to find at the festival.