The Arts, Beats & Eats Festival, now in its fourth year in Royal Oak, continues today with a chance of showers before 1 p.m. Otherwise, look for a partly sunny day, with a high near 83.
Here's what's on tap Sunday:Festival hours: 11 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Congratulations to David Barnett, 39, of Ferndale (16:12) and Robyn Kaiser, 40, of Ypsilanti (22:24), winners of the men and women's fields in the Priority Health Arts In Motion 5K race on Saturday morning.
Amy Gore and Her Valentines will make an appearance at 8 p.m. on the Budweiser Rock Stage Stage. This band with Royal Oak roots has "pure Detroit pedigrees in spades – their musical backgrounds give them the chops they need to rock, but it’s the on stage synchronicity that drives the band," according to the band's bio.
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5 p.m.: Kaleido (Rock)
6:30 p.m.: Ty Stone
8 p.m.: Soul Asylum (Alternative Rock)
10 p.m.: Guster (Alternative Rock)
If you go
Parking: It really matters where you park. Revenue from the official lots pays for police, fire, and other public services at the festival and supports improvements in Royal Oak parks. Look for parking signs at downtown lots and structures that contain the “Park for Parks” icon. Parking is $15. If you are looking for a deal, the lot at Interstate-696 and Woodward is $10.
Where not to park: Residential side streets have barricades and are clearly marked “Permit Parking Only.” Violators will receive a $50 ticket.
All Royal Oak parking meters will not be available due to traffic concerns.
How much it costs: Before 5 p.m., festivalgoers will have to pay $3 to enter Arts, Beats & Eats; after 5 p.m. the cost to enter is $5.
When you pay to enter, you will receive a wristband with the day of admission on it. You are allowed to re-enter the festival on that same day provided that your wristband is still on, and shows no signs of tape on it.
Children under 3 are free at all times.
Ride prices will be between 4 and 6 tickets event tickets or $2.50 to $3.75 per ride.
Food and beverage tickets are available through out the festival at a cost of 16 tickets for $10.
Dog are not permitted: The large crowds make it too dangerous for pets, so please leave your furry friend at home.
Under 17: Anyone under 17 years old must be accompanied by a parent after 8 p.m.