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Concert: Patty PerShayla & The Mayhaps at Clubview Park

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Tuesday, June 15, 2021 7:00 pm
Clubview Park


Ypsilanti Township and the Ann Arbor Summer Festival are partnering this year to provide five free concerts in Ypsilanti Township!

These concerts will include local entertainment each evening as well as food (for purchase) for those that attend. Good Eats Mobile Food Company will be at each of our shows. YCS will also partner with Chartwells to provide free meals to children under 18.


Patrons will fill out an RSVP form to register to attend each event below.

Concerts are all tentatively scheduled for 7:00pm.

June 15th Patty PerShayla & The Mayhaps at Clubview Park (RSVP to attend this concert)

June 17th Djangophonique at North Bay Park (RSVP to attend this concert)

June 22nd Kenyatta Rashon at West Willow Park (RSVP to attend this concert)

June 25th Nadim Azzam at Ford Lake Park (RSVP to attend this concert)

June 29th Westbound Situation at Appleridge Park (RSVP to attend this concert)


Ypsilanti area locations are presented in partnership with Ypsilanti Township, Ypsilanti Community Schools, Superior Township Parks and Recreation, and Ypsilanti District Library.

Pop-up concerts and events will take place in public outdoor spaces throughout Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti, Ypsilanti Township, and Superior Township between June 11-July 3. Live Here Now is sponsored by Toyota. Ann Arbor performances are presented in partnership with the Ann Arbor District Library (AADL) with four locations supported by the Ann Arbor Housing Commission. A2SF is also proud to partner with the Amplify Fellowship to present all three of its first year of fellows.

In addition to the pop-up concerts in neighborhood parks and public spaces, A2SF is presenting four amazing bands on stage and two blockbuster favorites on the big screen at Fuller Park. Each Live Here Now at Fuller Park event will follow current safety and social-distancing guidelines and require individual sign-up.