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Will There Be Arts Beats and Eats 2021?

Will There Be Arts Beats and Eats 2021?

Soaring Eagle Arts Beats & Eats. Preview the gallery for the 2021 show! Featuring over 200 bands on 9 stages! Announcing our 2021 Line-Up!

Who played at Arts Beats and Eats 2021?

Stone Temple Pilots to headline Arts, Beat & Eats as 200-plus music acts announced. Arts, Beats & Eats has landed the biggest music act in its 23-year-history, booking Stone Temple Pilots to headline the 2021 festival’s opening night.

Who sponsors Arts Beats and Eats?

Flagstar Bank
Flagstar Bank returns as the official bank and presenting sponsor at the 2021 Arts, Beats & Eats Festival, sponsoring the Culture on Fourth program.

Does Arts Beats and Eats cost money?

What is your admission policy? On Friday the festival is free to enter until 5pm, after 5pm the price is $10. On Saturday, Sunday and Monday, admission is $5 before 3pm and $10 after 3pm. This is admission fee supports the festival as well as 14 non-profit partners.

How long is art beats eat?

Keeping the spirit of its past juried fine art shows alive in 2020, Arts, Beats & Eats launched Art by Appointment. Patrons can preview top Michigan artists’ work online and then be scheduled for a 75 minute visit with up to 20 participating juried fine artists. Over $35,000 in art was purchased at the event.

What bands are at Arts Beats and Eats?


  • 5:00 PM. Jackson & The Poolsharks (Rock/Indie)
  • 6:00 PM. Taylor Tucky (Rock/Country)
  • 7:15 PM. Melanie Rutherford & Phat Greasy (R&B)
  • 8:15 PM. Larry Lee & Back In The Day (R&B)
  • 9:30 PM. Cast Iron Cornbread (Alt Rock)
  • 10:30 PM. Kaleido (Alt Rock)
  • 12:00 PM.
  • 1:00 PM.

What bands are playing at Arts Beats and Eats?

ROYAL OAK, Mich. – The Arts, Beats, & Eats festival has released its music lineup for its scheduled September event, featuring The Gin Blossoms, Bobby Brown, Neon Trees, and the Stone Temple Pilots. It’ll be the annual event’s return to form after it was canceled for the COVID-19 pandemic.

How long has Arts Beats and Eats been around?

This year’s festival will look, sound and taste like the Arts, Beats & Eats that has been a familiar staple of the Oakland County calendar since 1998: more than 200 national and local music acts on nine stages, offerings from dozens of area restaurants and food trucks, family attractions and a juried fine arts show.

When did Arts Beats and Eats move to Royal Oak?

In November of 2009, Arts, Beats & Eats announced it would be moving from its former location in the City of Pontiac to Downtown Royal Oak. In 2010, Arts, Beats & Eats celebrated its most successful year to date, hosting more than 400,000 people over four days, and raising over $350,000 for local charities.

When did Arts Beats and Eats begin?

“After two years of not hosting an event of this magnitude, seeing this turnout and the weather forecast is one of the best moments of my career,” said Witz, who founded the festival in 1998. Like nearly all big gatherings from March 2020 onward, AB&E was canceled last year amid the pandemic.

How many people attend arts beats and eats?

Nestled at the south-end of a mile-long event which draws over 300,000 people each year, Arts, Beats and Eats features the best of art, music and food from around the state and country.

How many people attended Arts Beats and Eats 2021?

about 375,000
This year’s pool was tallied from a cut of admission proceeds, beverage sales, on-site donations and community initiatives. One year after scrapping the festival amid the pandemic, Arts, Beats & Eats drew about 375,000 event-goers to notch the fourth-biggest attendance since its 1998 inception, Witz said.

Where did Arts Beats and Eats originate?

Royal Oak, Michigan
Arts, Beats & Eats is a U.S. Labor Day Weekend festival held in Royal Oak, Michigan. Prior to 2010 it was held in downtown Pontiac, Michigan streets in storefront businesses and at the Phoenix Plaza Amphitheatre.

How long has Arts Beats and Eats been in Royal Oak?

Celebrating our 25th year, Soaring Eagle Arts, Beats and Eats Juried Fine Art Show continues to bring a steady supply of art patrons to the downtown streets of Royal Oak, Michigan.

When was the first Arts Beats and Eats?

According to Witz, Arts, Beats & Eats has generated $6 million for area nonprofit organizations since it first began in 1999 in its original Pontiac location.