40th Annual YpsiFest: Yp, Yp, Hurray!

. July 26, 2018.

Come and celebrate the heritage, arts, and entertainment of Ypsilanti at the 40th annual YpsiFest! Bringing together local artists, food, musicians, and family-friendly activities in the spirit of fun and diversity, this year’s festival includes arts and craft vendors, museum tours, a Rubber Ducky Race, children’s activities like the Light Parade and Movie Night, and much more! Free admission.

Fri-Sun, August 24-26
Riverside Park | 1 W Cross St, Ypsilanti
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