Sundays in the Garden

. July 31, 2018.
Kate Peterson.
Kate Peterson.

Experience a unique summer series featuring the best of Michigan music and beer while supporting a community non-profit. Local to Ann Arbor, Abigail Stauffer has brought her emotionally engaging songs to venues all over the city, including a recent performance at the Ark. Joining for a dynamic double-bill is Kate Peterson, known for her genuine folk storytelling, who has toured throughout the US and Europe. Cultivate has partnered with Bell’s Brewery to benefit Ozone House, a local agency dedicated to serving youth. Wood Fired Up and Go will also be on site to serve up pizza and ice cream during the show.

Sunday, August 19 | 6pm-8pm | Free

Cultivate Coffee & TapHouse | 307 N River St, Ypsilanti
734-249-8993 | cultivateypsi.com

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