Entertainment

. May 29, 2015.

Annual Event
Ann Arbor Summer Fest
721 E. Huron St., Ste. 200
734-994-5260
www.artfair.org
Runner Up: Ann Arbor Street Art Fair

Karaoke
Blue Karaoke
404 W. Liberty St.
734- 302-3673
www.bluekaraoke.com
Runner Up: Circus

Pre-game Hangout
The Arena Sports Bar and Grill
203 E. Washington St.
734-222-9999
www.thearena-a2.com
Runner Up: HopCat

LGBTQ Bar
aut BAR
315 Braun Ct.
734-994-3677
www.autbar.com
Runner Up: Necto

Sports Bar
The Arena Sports Bar and Grill
203 E. Washington St.
734-222-9999
www.thearena-a2.com
Runner Up: Banfield’s Westside Grill

Bowling Alley
Colonial Lanes
1950 S. Industrial Hwy.
734-665-4474
www.coloniallanescubsac.com
Runner Up: Bel-mark

CELEBRATE 21st Bday
Good Time Charley’s
1140 S. University Ave.
734-668-8411
www.good-time-charleys.com
Runner Up: Necto

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