Midnight Madness, an annual tradition in downtown Ann Arbor

. December 1, 2015.

An annual tradition in downtown Ann Arbor, Midnight Madness offers some of the best discounted shopping, dining, and entertainment options. Shops will be open late, offering big discounts for one night only. While shoppers tend to holiday shopping lists, dance troupes Ann Arbor Morris and Element 1 – University of Michigan’s only breakdancing club – will perform, as will Midnight Blue, UM’s all-girl a cappella octet., with appearances by Santa (the real one), Elvis (a fake one), and Miss Washtenaw County during the evening.  Restaurants will offer food and drink discounts. A full list of participating businesses and restaurants, as well as store hours, can be found at the Main Street Area Association’s website.

Friday, December 4
Downtown Ann Arbor
734-668-7112 | mainstreetannarbor.org
Free

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