Sunshine, smiles and a lot of tasty food would be one way to describe the holiday weekend in Royal Oak. Thousands of people came out to the streets for Arts, Beats and Eats. The annual festival is a Labor Day weekend staple with so many activities for everyone.
There are vendors who travel from all over the country to showcase their art pieces, local food owners were on hand to give people a sampling of their restaurants and of course musicians played the day away with their favorite songs.READ MORE: Whitmer Signs Executive Directive On Abortion, Reproductive Health
Every age can enjoy Arts, Beats and Eats. A kid’s zone is set-up for children to stay entertained with bounce houses, arts and crafts and small carnival rides. Nine stages are available with a variety of music genres to be performed throughout the four day weekend. Local and national artists have the chance to showcase their talents in front of hundreds of people and of course the food, from grilled corn on the cob to brick oven pizza there is a lot of food for a very minimal cost.
“It gives family as well as friends a chance to get out and see what the city has to offer, what Michigan has to offer,” said Rita Nichols, Assistant Manager at Bowlders Concessions.READ MORE: Michigan Legislature Pushes For Pause On Gasoline Tax
This Oakland County major event is something that gives the community something to look forward to year after year.
The CW50 Street Team always has a lot of fun at this annual holiday weekend occasion, we can’t wait to see what new food, art and music Royal Oak has for us next year.MORE NEWS: Local Communities Organize Student Walkouts To Rally Against Gun Violence