Top of the Park Concerts

. May 29, 2013.

Nothing completes the experience of A2SF more than the return of Top of the Park concerts under the twilight sky. This season features 91 musical acts and eight guest DJs, almost all of them from the Wolverine State and many returning favorites. Each night of the festival attendees can catch intimate acoustic shows from 5-7pm on the smaller Grove Stage and on weekends After Dark @ Top of the Park returns with a variety of DJs spinning into the night. June 14 is the opening night "First Friday" celebration featuring The Bluescasters, Lady Sunshine and the X-Band, Spencer Michaud, Jetty Rae, Laith Al-Saadi Trio and DJ Chuck Sipperley. Other highlights for June includes Timothy Monger June 18, Greater Ryan Racine June 21, Orpheum Bell June 25 and Alexander on June 26.

For a full schedule of artists and times visit the website. Thursdays-Sundays, starting at 5pm. Donations encouraged. Ingalls Mall, 915 E. Washington St. 734-994-5999. www.a2sf.org—JG

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