The Mo Pop Festival Invades the 20-acre West Riverfront Park

. July 1, 2016.
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It’s just some people outside enjoying some good Michigan weather and the tasty tunes of Haim, Father John Misty, G-Eazy, and The Head and the Heart, to name a few. The Mo Pop Festival invades the 20-acre West Riverfront Park, hugging the Detroit River with music, as well as all things beautiful from both Detroit and Greater Michigan in different villages, including Food Truck Rally Alley, plating fare from a smattering of Metro Detroit’s finest food trucks; Riverside Biergarten, pouring  delicious Michigan microbrews; Craft Bazaar, with handmade goodies from talented craftsmen; and Mo Tech, a peek into the future with up-and-coming technologies. 2016 marks year four of the Mo Pop Fest bringing people together to enjoy this Detroit experience.

July 23-24 | General Admission $109.50 for both days.
West Riverfront Park | 1801 W. Jefferson | Detroit, MI 48216
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