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2015 ANN ARBOR ART FAIR

Wednesday, July 15th through Saturday, July 18th

Wednesday–Friday, 10 am-9 pm, Saturday, 10 am-6 pm

Comprised of four, award-winning, juried art fairs, this renowned event transforms Ann Arbor into an impressive outdoor art gallery showcasing the best in fine art and fine crafts.

  • Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, the Original (56 yrs) www.artfair.org
  • State Street Area Art Fair (48 yrs) www.a2statestreetareaartfair.com
  • The Guild’s Ann Arbor Summer Art Fair (46 yrs) www.annarborsummerartfair.org
  • Ann Arbor’s South University Art Fair (16 yrs) www.a2southu.com

 

GETTING AROUND THE FAIR

ART–GO-ROUND

  • Art-Go-Round links all fairs (see map for stops/route)
  • Art-Go-Round tickets (ride all day free)

 

PARKING AND PARK & RIDE OPTIONS

(See map for routes & stops. Complete info online including directions to shuttle lots, www.theannarborartfair.com)

Downtown parking structures and lots

  • Parking fee: $12 per day; $6 after 5pm

 

ALL PARK & RIDE SHUTTLES

  • Frequency & Service: 10-15 minutes
  • Wed-Fri 9am-10pm; Sat 9am-7pm • Five and younger ride free • Pets not allowed; service animals welcomed

 

AAATA ArtFairRide, www.theride.org

  • Two locations: Pioneer High School and Briarwood Mall
  • Parking free
  • Round-trip $3; One-way $1.50
  • Students grade K-12, age 6-18, student I.D. required upon request & Fare Deal cardholders, One-way $.75
  • Seniors age 65+ with an AAATA issued Good as Gold card and ARide cardholders ride free
  • Shuttle stops: Main St. at William and State St. at Madison (see map for stops/routes)
  • Buses return to both parking locations from either shuttle bus stop

 

Trinity Westside & Northside Art Fair Park & Ride Shuttles

  • Parking free • Round-trip $3
  • Westside: Maple Village (155 N. Maple Rd 48103)

Shuttle stops: Washington at Main and at State

  • Northside: Huron High School (2727 Fuller Rd 48105)

Shuttle stops: Washington at Fletcher and Forest at S. University (see map for stops)

 

Buses & Trolley are wheelchair accessible and air-conditioned. Wheelchairs are available at the fairs, (800) 530-0714 for info.

 

 

 

 

THINGS TO SEE AND DO

  • Learn about and buy art from the nation’s best artists
  • 3 entertainment stages • Artists’ demonstrations
  • Family-friendly interactive art activities (see map)
  • More than 150 restaurants and 6 outdoor food courts
  • Distinctive shops and galleries • Special sidewalk sales

 

GETTING TO THE FAIRS

For highway and road construction information:

www.wcroads.org, www.michigan.gov/mdot/ or www.a2gov.org

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION

  • The Ann Arbor Area Convention and Visitors Bureau 734.995.7281; 800.888.9487 www.visitannarbor.com
  • Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority 734.973.6500 www.theride.org
  • Main Street Area Association 734.668.7112 www.mainstreetannarbor.org
  • City of Ann Arbor Safety Services Emergency and Non-Emergency Number 734.994.2911 www.a2gov.org

 

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