Fools Light Up The Night

. March 31, 2018.
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FoolMoon, an Ann Arbor tradition for decades, draws kooks and spooks from every barn and boulevard to celebrate Light after Dark. The night sky glows with interactive installations, laser shows, and a kaleidoscope of luminaries. Revelers enjoy a beer tent sponsored by Grizzly Peak, DJs, live performances, and spontaneous displays of gaiety! If you created your own luminary and want to wind through the streets on the way to the parade being led by a stilt walker, a samba band, or a giant jellyfish, meet at 7:45 at one of these three locations: Ann Arbor Farmers Market, UMMA or Slauson Middle School.

8pm | Friday, April 6
Corner of Washington and Ashley St.

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