"With more than 2,000 patrons each day, 100 performing musicians including headliners Dirty Heads and O.A.R, and 100 vendors, we're excited to host Lansing's first Microbrew & Music Festival at Adado Riverfront Park and are happy to be back on track," said Sam Porter, of Porterhouse Productions and festival organizer. “The space available at Adado is a perfect fit for a festival of our size to safely house our patrons, musicians and vendors.”
An event moved to a different location because of flooding concerns is going back to its original plan.
The Microbrew and Music festival set for April 18th and 19th will take place at Adado Riverfront Park in Lansing.
It was moved to Old Town after worries the park may be flooded that weekend. Lansing officials have cleared Adado Riverfront Park for use over initial concerns about flooding.
The two-day festival --- the first of its kind--- will feature dozens of craft beers, local food vendors and more than one-hundred musicians.
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