Arts, Beats & Eats returns to Royal Oak Labor Day Weekend.

Arts, Beats & Eats will be returning to Downtown Royal Oak on Labor Day Weekend. Get ready for over 200 musical acts over the course of the weekend. This year's lineup includes Stone Temple Pilots, The Guess Who, Starship, The Gin Blossoms, Bobby Brown, and more.

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Michigan Lottery National Stage Lineup:

  • Friday, September 3rd
    • Thornetta Davis (Blues) - 6 pm
    • The Guess Who (Rock/Psychedelic Rock) - 8 pm
    • Stone Temple Pilots - 10 pm
  • Saturday, September 4th
    • Beatlemania Live! - 5:30 pm
    • Starship (Rock) - 8 pm
    • Neon Trees (Alternative/Indie) - 10 pm
  • Sunday, September 5th
    • Laith Al-Saadi (Blues) - 5:30 pm
    • Mac Watts (Country) - 6:30 pm
    • Frank Ray (Country) - 7:30 pm
    • Justin Moore (Country) 9 pm
    • TBA - 10:15 pm
  • Monday, September 6th
    • YGIC (Tribute Band) - 4:30 pm
    • The Gin Blossoms - 6:30 pm
    • Bobby Brown - 8:30 pm

The Michigan Lottery National Stage is only the beginning of the entertainment. Arts, Beats & Eats will also have the Shorts/Old Nation Alternative Rock Stage, Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort Rock Stage, Detroit News Country/Americana Stage, Makers Mark R&B Stage, Flagstar Bank International Stage, OCC Cultural/Acoustic Stage, the House of Dank Performance Area, Detroit Institute of Arts Kids Stage, and so much more.

Arts, Beats & Eats 2021 will also feature the Beaumont Health Juried Fine Art Show. This art show is open all four days of the festival and is located on 7th Street between Lafayette & Washington, Washington between 7th and Lincoln, and Lincoln between Washington and Center. You can stroll the streets and check out all the amazing art which includes mediums like ceramics, digital art, drawing & pastels, glass, and more.

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