Festival shuffle

By City Pulse Staff

Microbrew and Music Festival changes location back to Adado Riverfront Park

Organizers for Lansing’s inaugural Microbrew and Music Festival announced this week that the festival will return to its original planned location in Adado Riverfront Park downtown.

The location switched from Adado to Old Town last month because of concerns about flooding from high waters due to this winter’s record snowfall.

Festival organizer Sam Porter, of Porterhouse Productions in Traverse City, said he’s happy to be back on track with the event. Porterhouse also produces similar micrrobrew and music festivals in Traverse City.

“The space available at Adado is a perfect fit for a festival of our size to safely house our patrons, musicians and vendors,” Porter said in a press release.

The two-day festival is set for April 18 and 19, with rockers O.A.R. and reggae crew Dirty Heads headlining with beers, breweries, musicians and local food vendors.

Microbrew and Music Festival

April 18 &19 Adado Riverfront Park, Lansing microbrewandmusic.com/lansing