click to enlarge Courtesy of Arts, Beats & Eats Arts, Beats & Eats, Royal Oak, Aug. 31-Sept. 3. Aug. 31-Sept. 3; Royal Oak; artsbeatseats.com. Admission is $3-$7. This year, Arts, Beats & Eats will host 200-plus music acts across nine genre-themed stages, including headliners and swing-swingers All-American Rejects, semi-charmed ’90s dudes Third Eye Blind, alt-rockers Theory of a Deadman, as well as, ’80s hitmakers Night Ranger, Foghat, and Motown mainstays the Four Tops. Dozens of local artists like the DropOut, Killer Flamingos, Eliza Neals and the Narcotics, and Thornetta Davis will also get some stage time. As for food, more than 40 restaurants will offer their best bites to satiate the masses, spanning all appetites. From sweets (Treat Dreams, Nothing Bundt Cakes) to barbecue (Lockhart’s, Famous Dave’s), and Mexican fare via Imperial. Meanwhile, Taste and Tell and Mezza Kitchen will offer Mediteranean eats, Prime 29, Fogo de Chapo, and Johnny’s Italian Steakhouse will be the place for steak-centric foods, and for vegan-friendly fare, there’s the Nosh Pit. To beautify life beyond the festival grounds, more than 130 artist booths will span the festival offering handcrafted works from artists from all over the country, including painting, photography, blacksmithing, glassworks, leather, jewelry,… Read full this story
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