Dancing in the Streets

. September 1, 2016.
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Dancing is one of the oldest excuses to get together with neighbors and friends and relieve some stress by enjoying the ancient joy of music. Dancing in the Streets, in its 19th year, provides that experience in Ann Arbor every Labor Day weekend. Participants sample different music and dance traditions from around the world, an opportunity to see mini concerts, enjoy downtown and dance with friends, and strangers.

Sunday | September 4 | 1:30pm
Main St. and Washington St.
facebook.com/aactmad | 734-260-9027 | Free

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