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Ann Arbor Summer Festival
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12
Month
June
Year
2015
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ANN ARBOR SUMMER FESTIVAL

SEASON 32 JUNE12-JULY5

A2SF.ORG

FROM THE DIRECTOR

IT’S THE
BEST PART OF SUMMER
IN ANN ARBOR.

It’s shared moments of creativity. It’s an intersection of possibility. It’s contagious joy. It’s a community celebration with the arts at its core. It’s over 140 events and concerts to discover. It’s your festival. And it’s the best part of summer in Ann Arbor.

Amy

From the Director

The Ann Arbor Summer Festival is an international arts gathering connecting community, exceptional performance, sunshine, and a little something for everyone. For four weeks of wonderful summer nights, Ann Arbor is transformed into an open celebration, a place where friends, family, neighbors, and visitors can connect and share in a spectacular convergence of artistic inspiration, performances, and experiences.

From China to Sweden and the Bayou to Michigan, our 32nd season features a progressive mix of local, national, and international talent. With an array of ticketed and free events, regional premieres, and Ann Arbor exclusives, we invite you to join us from June 12 through July 5 to experience an eclectic mix of music, dance, comedy, film, spoken word, street arts, and family entertainment.

Attracting over 80,000 festival goers and presenting over
140 concerts and events to discover, we bring a unique combination of some of the best artists in the world alongside

Nesbitt the experimental, the up-and-coming, and the astounding.

A2SF, Executive & Artistic Director

They come from across the globe, and just down the street,
to perform here at our city’s greatest party. It’s an unparalleled place for discovery of new arts and culture. I welcome you and thank you for taking part in another amazing season of the Ann Arbor Summer Festival.

1 Tickets & info, visit a2sf.org or call 734.764.2538

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Table of Contents

A2SF .ORG

4 Sponsors & Partners 5 Mission
7 Mainstage
15 TopofthePark

JUNE12 -

JULY5

17 SpecialAttractions 19 OutdoorCinema 21 Beyond
23 ForFamilies

29 TastingEvents 37 Supporters
55 BoardofTrustees 57 SpecialThanks 58 FestivalTeam

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FOUNDING PARTNERS

Mark Schlissel

University of Michigan, President

Thank you for joining us at the 2015 Ann Arbor Summer Festival. As a festival co-founder, the University of Michigan is honored to welcome you to one of our city’s finest and most enjoyable traditions.

This year’s festival gives our community the opportunity to experience leading songwriters, brass bands, acrobats, and satirists in performances by the Indigo Girls, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, the Golden Dragon Acrobats, and the Capitol Steps. We are proud to share our campus with such engaging artists.

For 32 years, the festival has taken place on our beautiful campus. You can view the 2015 edition at the Power Center for the Performing Arts and along the north side of our central quad, steps from the iconic Burton Tower and American flag. I hope you enjoy this year’s activities, and I appreciate your support of arts and culture in our wonderful city.

We have an incredible quality of life in Ann Arbor and the Ann Arbor Summer Festival is one of those events that makes it all possible! Don’t miss the star-quality performances that will be headlining the 2015 season during the 32nd annual Summer Festival. This year’s line-up is one of the best ever with performances by the Indigo Girls, Ingrid Michaelson, and Robert Randolph.

The festivities at Top of the Park draw friends, families, and neighbors together to dance in the street and relax on the lawn. Come out and enjoy the best local and regional bands to be found anywhere, in any town. Check out amazing free outdoor spectacles by Magmanus and Cirque Mechanic. Consider riding your bike down to dance, converse, share a movie under the stars, and experience all that downtown Ann Arbor has to offer.

On behalf of the Ann Arbor Summer Festival board, I am pleased to welcome you to
the 2015 season and to thank you for your generous contributions. With your support, and the cooperative participation of the City of Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan, the festival has been able to enhance its offerings over the years, bringing joy to people of all ages.

We look forward to seeing you at many Mainstage performances and nightly at Top of the Park. Together let’s share in the best local, regional, and international talent converging on festival stages and parading down North University Avenue. Let’s laugh, dance, and sample great local restaurants on Culinary Row and re-connect with each other. Enjoy!

Christopher Taylor

Ann Arbor, Mayor

Kim Scott

Festival Board of Trustees, Chair

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Founding Partners

Series Sponsors

Lead Sponsors

Presenting Sponsors

Supporting Sponsors

Program Underwriters

Media Partners

Media Supporters

Agency Partners

Allergy & Immunology Associates of Ann Arbor • Ann Arbor State Bank • Arbor Brewing Company Coldwell Banker Weir Manuel • Domino’s • ECO PHYSICS, INC. • Greenhills School
The Guttman Families and Joan French • Highlander Graphics • Kapnick Insurance Group Mac Arthur Corporation • Pear Sperling Eggan & Daniels, P.C • Shinola • UM Credit Union University of Michigan Museum of Natural History • Willis & Jurasek, P.C.

Anne and Howard Cooper • Connie and Tom Kinnear • Wendy and Ted Lawrence Erin McKean and Steve Sullivan • The Molloy Foundation
THE MOSAIC FOUNDATION (of R. & P. Heydon)

91.7 FM Ann Arbor/Detroit

SEASON SPONSORS

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SEASON 32

Mission

The Ann Arbor Summer Festival’s mission is to present
a world-class celebration of arts and entertainment that enriches the cultural, economic, and social vitality of the region.

Vision

The Ann Arbor Summer Festival aspires to be a leading multi-arts festival and an enduring local treasure — a widely anticipated, interactive hub of creative and community energy.

Core Values

The Ann Arbor Summer Festival is an exhilarating celebration of performing arts, outdoor entertainment, and community spirit. A boutique music and arts festival, the four-week gathering offers dozens of performances, activities, exhibitions, and screenings representative of the best in music, dance, comedy, film, circus and street arts, and family entertainment.

Excellence, Diversity, Relevance

Established as an equal partnership between the City of Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan, the Ann Arbor Summer Festival presented its first full season in 1984. What began with a vision for a summer cultural event that would connect audiences with world-class artists, bring community together, and showcase the city and state as a major arts destination, now flourishes as one of the leading multi-arts festivals in the country.

A Community Tradition

Now entering our 32nd season, the Ann Arbor Summer Festival produces two concurrent programs, one indoor and one outdoor, at various venues and spaces across the University of Michigan campus and in downtown Ann Arbor. The indoor Mainstage series includes ticketed performances of world-class music, dance, theater and comedy. The outdoor program, Top of the Park, is held along a beautiful campus green and offers admission- free concerts, movies under the stars, open-air spectacles and unique family attractions.

5 Tickets & info, visit a2sf.org or call 734.764.2538

Toyota Technical Center (TTC) is proud to call Ann Arbor home and to once again be a sponsor of the Ann Arbor Summer Festival. We started engineering vehicles here in 1977, and we’ve been growing ever since. Today our engineers develop (and destroy)

some of the world’s best-selling cars. Right here. In your own back yard.

MAINSTAGE

INDIGO GIRLS

JUNE 19, 8 PM POWER CENTER $40, $45, $50

Pop | Singer-Songwriter

In a rare Ann Arbor appearance, the legendary folk pop duo of Amy Ray and Emily Saliers inspires with lush vocals, textured guitar arrangements, and intimate storytelling. The Indigo Girls open the 2015 Mainstage in support of their newest release, One Lost Day. The band the good graces opens the show.

A copy of the new album is provided digitally with an Artist Lift Fee for each ticket purchased.

SPONSOR MEDIA

JUNE20,8PM& JUNE 21, 5 PM POWER CENTER $28, $36, $42, $46

Circus | Family | World

In a spectacular exhibition of grace, beauty, and athleticism, a centuries- old Chinese tradition comes to life through dazzling acrobatics, dance, and artistry the whole family will enjoy.

50% off any 2 kids tickets (3-15 year olds) with each full priced adult ticket while supplies last.

SPONSOR

MEDIA

GOLDEN DRAGON ACROBATS

91.7 FM Ann Arbor/Detroit

7

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O&W, Inc. is a family-owned LOCAL beer distributor 5 generations deep.

Tree Town’s Oldest Local Beer Distributor Proudly Sponsors A2SF for the 32nd Year!

O&W, Inc. services Washtenaw, Livingston, Jackson, Wayne, Hillsdale, Monroe and Lenawee Counties.

O&W,Inc.employsover190people,andresponsiblydistributesover140brandsofbeer. Supportlocal,supportO&W,Inc.

MAINSTAGE

INGRID

MICHAELSON

WITH JUKEBOX THE GHOST

JUNE 25, 8 PM POWER CENTER $30, $35, $40, $45

Pop | Singer-Songwriter

The world first fell in love with Ingrid Michaelson when her song “The Way I Am” became the irresistible pop rock anthem of 2007. Since then, her smart, quirky sensibility, confident delivery of original vocal and piano compositions, sweet melodies, and charming performance style have catapulted her to pop stardom. Vibrant pop rockers Jukebox The Ghost open the show.

This program is generously underwritten by Erin McKean and Steve Sullivan.

SPONSOR MEDIA

JUNE 27, 8 PM POWER CENTER $34, $38, $42

Jazz | Spirituals | Brass Band

Gospel icons The Blind Boys of Alabama and the Crescent City’s most enduringly influential brass band are touring together. Featuring individual performances as well

as on-stage collaborations, these national treasures promise a joyful night of Southern spiritual music and New Orleans rhythms.

SPONSOR MEDIA

DOWN BY THE RIVERSIDE: THE BLIND BOYS OF ALABAMA & THE DIRTY DOZEN BRASS BAND

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MAINSTAGE

RANDOLPH AND THE FAMILY BAND

Bonnaroo to New Orleans Jazz Festival with their joyful, passionate rock and roll and energetic jams exploring American funk, rock, blues, and soul.

SPONSOR MEDIA

JUNE 30, 8 PM MICHIGAN THEATER $38, $60 VIP WITH AFTER PARTY

Radio Program | Storytelling

The Moth is dedicated to old- fashioned storytelling on thoroughly modern themes. This public radio and festival favorite returns to Ann Arbor with a new all-star line-up of writers, actors, and local gems, each with a ten-minute story told live without notes.

SPONSOR CO-PRESENTER

91.7 FM Ann Arbor/Detroit

JUNE 28, 8 PM POWER CENTER $30, $35

Rock | Blues

Named one of the “100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time” by Rolling Stone, pedal steel guitarist Robert Randolph and his Family Band

ROBERT have been thrilling audiences from

THE MOTH MAINSTAGE

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MAINSTAGE

PINK MARTINI

JULY2,8PM POWER CENTER $45, $50, $55, $60

Jazz | Pop | World

Pink Martini’s “little orchestra”
draws inspiration from the romantic Hollywood musicals of the 1940s and ‘50s and crosses genres to make an eclectic, modern sound. Mesmerizing with elegant arrangements of Latin music, jazz, cabaret, cinema scores and more, this intoxicating retro-pop ensemble is always a festival favorite. Their latest release, Dream a Little Dream, traverses the world from Sweden to Rwanda, China, and Bavaria.

This program is generously underwritten by Wendy and Ted Lawrence.

MEDIA

JULY4,5PM POWER CENTER $40, $45, $50, $55

Comedy | Music

America’s foremost political satirists make their annual Fourth of July return for one show only! Putting the pun in pundit, these former Congressional staffers poke fun

at both sides of the aisle with up- to-the-minute song parodies like “Everybody Must Get Droned” and

THE CAPITOL

STEPS “Stand By Iran.” If you’re tired of hearing about Putin, Benghazi, and

the Pope, you’ve come to the wrong place.

This program is generously underwritten by Anne and Howard Cooper.

MEDIA

91.7 FM Ann Arbor/Detroit

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Corporation

Ann Arbor. A City of Innovation. A Center for the Arts. A World of Opportunity.

First Martin Corporation is a proud sponsor of the Ann Arbor Summer Festival. Enjoy the show.

Half Page: MI Radio

TOP OF THE PARK

Top of the Park

MEDIA PARTNERS

Outdoor concerts, movies, food and drink all available under the summer sky. Top of the Park activities are presented on the 700 and 800 blocks of North University Avenue, between Fletcher Street and Thayer Street near the University of Michigan Diag. The festival opens at 5 pm on Tuesday through Sunday. Top of the Park is closed on Monday nights. Admission to Top of the Park is free, although a suggested donation per visit of $5 per individual or $10 per family is strongly encouraged.

FIRST FRIDAY

JUNE 12, 5 PM TOP OF THE PARK FREE

The festival’s opening night party is truly the beginning of summer in Ann Arbor. The music, activities, food and fun start at 5 pm. Enjoy two stages with music from Rachel & Alex, Dave Menzo, Stella!, The Appleseed Collective, and Third Coast Kings. Join us for this 32nd season kick-off celebration!

PRESENTED BY

WEDNESDAYS, 8:30 PM N. UNIVERSITY STAGE FREE

OCTOBER BABIES, JUNE 17 LAS CAFETERAS, JUNE 24 THE POLISH MUSLIMS, JULY 1

Each season we throw a series of Global Parties that spotlight different ethnic and cultural traditions. Featuring performances by local and international artists, these nights showcase lively music and street dancing.

SPONSOR

GLOBAL PARTIES

15

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Welcome to State Street!

“Enjoy the Festival”

Half Page: State Street

STATE STREET AREA ASSOCIATION The Uptown of Downtown

TOP OF THE PARK - SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS

CIRQUE walkers, and cyclists. Be sure to catch this

MECHANICS: THE GANTRY BIKE

one-of-a-kind circus spectacle roaming and spinning down N. University Avenue, as well as multiple sideshows featuring Cirque Mechanics artists throughout the night!

PRESENTED IN PART WITH SUPPORT FROM FAMILIES OF THE A2SF IMAGINATION FUND AND:

JUNE23&24,5PM
HILL AUDITORIUM PLAZA FREE

Circus | Family | Spectacle

In this show, you will meet an indignant, small but passionate acrobat and a foolish, gigantic yet so lovable juggler. Together they perform a spectacle of jaw dropping skills and laugh out loud comedy, improvising with the audience and raising spirits with a delightfully indulgent pop soundtrack.

SPONSOR

PRESENTED WITH SUPPORT FROM FAMILIES OF THE A2SF IMAGINATION FUND AND:

JUNE16,6&7:30PM HILL AUDITORIUM PLAZA FREE

Circus | Family | Spectacle

This season, Top of the Park will be taken over by a 22 ft.-high pedal-driven mechanical apparatus hosting a dazzling whirl of acrobats, contortionists, trapeze and Chinese poles artists, tightrope

THE MAGMANUS SHOW

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TOP OF THE PARK - SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS

THE UNITED STATES ARMY FIELD BAND AND SOLDIERS’ CHORUS

JULY 5, 5 PM
HILL AUDITORIUM PLAZA FREE

Music | Family | Spectacle

This season as part of our Fourth of July weekend celebration at Top of the Park, we are honored to present the musical ambassadors of the 100 member U.S. Army Field Band and Soldiers’ Chorus! From Boston to Baghdad, Tampa to Toronto, The United States Army Field Band has been thrilling audiences of all ages for more than six decades. Chairs will be provided. Please make sure to dress for the weather (sunscreen, shades, hat, and even a shade umbrella if it’s sunny).

PRESENTED IN PART WITH SUPPORT FROM FAMILIES OF THE A2SF IMAGINATION FUND.

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TOP OF THE PARK

THE LEGO MOVIE

SUNDAY, JUNE 14 SPONSOR: GREENHILLS SCHOOL PARTNER: CINETOPIA

ET: THE EXTRA TERRESTRIAL

TUESDAY, JUNE 16
SPONSOR: KAPNICK INSURANCE ANN ARBOR FILM FEST SHORT: ECLIPS CLOSED CAPTIONED

SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17
SPONSOR: GUTTMAN & JOAN FRENCH FAMILIES

MEAN GIRLS

THURSDAY, JUNE 18 SPONSOR: BANK OF ANN ARBOR

SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD

SUNDAY, JUNE 21 SPONSOR: BANK OF ANN ARBOR

GHOSTBUSTERS

TUESDAY, JUNE 23
SPONSOR: ALLERGY & IMMUNOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF ANN ARBOR
ANN ARBOR FILM FEST SHORT: UTO

GOOD WILL HUNTING

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24 SPONSOR: SHINOLA

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL

THURSDAY, JUNE 25
SPONSOR: COLDWELL BANKER WEIR MANUEL

CLOSED CAPTIONED

JURASSIC PARK

SUNDAY, JUNE 28
SPONSOR: UM MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY

MONTY PYTHON & THE HOLY GRAIL

TUESDAY, JUNE 30
SPONSOR: DOMINO’S
ANN ARBOR FILM FEST SHORT: TBA CLOSED CAPTIONED

CASABLANCA

WEDNESDAY, JULY 1 SPONSOR: ANN ARBOR STATE BANK CLOSED CAPTIONED

MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE

THURSDAY, JULY 2 SPONSOR: ECO PHYSICS

BACK TO THE FUTURE

SUDAY, JULY 5
SPONSOR: UM CREDIT UNION

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MOVIE THEME NIGHTS

JUNE 23 - GHOSTBUSTERS

Wear your jumpsuit, Proton Stream pack, or Stay Puft toque, and bring your kids to see this classic version before the all-female reboot hits theaters next summer!

JUNE 30 - MONTY PYTHON & THE HOLY GRAIL

Celebrate the 40th anniversary of this British comedy classic by wearing your favorite medieval chain mail or your own coconut shells for horse hooves!

JULY 5 - BACK TO THE FUTURE

Outdoor
Cinema the Future? Great Scott, that’s heavy...and awesome!

WEEKNIGHTS, 10 PM N. UNIVERSITY STAGE FREE

Enjoy movies under the stars on an inflatable screen at Top of the Park. Catch a selection of recent hits, cult classics, and family-friendly films screened in the open air. Be sure to bring comfy blankets, purchase popcorn and other treats from festival vendors, and enjoy cinema al fresco.

Hit So Long Sunday in style by wearing your ‘80s puffy

vest, Casio wristwatch, and rugby shirt. 30 years of Back to

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Inspire a lifetime of discovery in a single
day at the award-winning Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum

734.995.5439 www.aahom.org 220 E Ann St, Ann Arbor, MI 48104

KidZone

David Zinn

A Photo Exhibit by Myra Klarman

TOP OF THE PARK - BEYOND

ALL SEASON LONG TOP OF THE PARK FREE

Enjoy Ann Arbor native David Zinn’s whimsical chalk drawings on the streets and sidewalks around Top of the Park. David’s clever work is now known around the world and can be found in book illustrations, educational cartoons, and throughout the streets of Ann Arbor. Try to find all of his drawings throughout the festival site and share with friends on social media.

SPONSOR

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JUNE19-JULY4 POWER CENTER LOBBY FREE

The Ann Arbor Summer Festival is pleased to present a special exhibit of large-scale prints by artist and festival photographer Myra Klarman. One of Ann Arbor’s most celebrated portrait photographers, Klarman’s new exhibition offers a visually arresting look at the faces, places, and special moments that make up the Ann Arbor Summer Festival.

The exhibit is viewable when the Power Center lobby is open for Mainstage performances including:

JUNE 19, 20, 25, 27, 28, & JULY 2

7-10PM

JUNE 21 & JULY 4

4-8PM

JUNE 28

THANK YOU!

Ann Arbor’s Innovation Corridor Open House

Thank you to the high-tech companies and incubators that welcomed the community to experience your innovations. A2 Tech Trek was a fun filled day with participation from the following companies:

AdAdapted ArborMetrix
Atomic Object Barracuda Networks ContentOro

Daitio
Desai Accelerator

Duo Security Expedia FarmLogs Google

HT Mobile Headwater IndustryStar

LLamasoft Message Blocks Menlo Innovations MLive Media Group NEF
Nutshell
Pillar Technology

Seelio Stridepost SpellBound Vivergy and More!

Learn more about the event and Ann Arbor SPARK’s Entrepreneurial Support Services: bit.ly/tech-trek

Hosted by:

Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti

®

TOP OF THE PARK - FOR FAMILIES

AADL’s Kids Rock: Family Concert Series

THE TRUMMYTONES JUNE 14

MC FRONTALOT

JUNE 21

ALPHABET ROCKERS JUNE 28

Educational Activities

Each season we offer free workshops, master classes, and children’s activities that provide imaginative ways for the public to discover and appreciate the performing arts. In addition, we partner with individuals and local organizations on innovative outreach opportunities that foster community engagement with the arts. More details at a2sf.org.

MADE POSSIBLE WITH GENEROUS SUPPORT FROM:

SUNDAYS, 7 PM
N. UNIVERSITY STAGE FREE

Featuring some of the best national indie rockers-turned-kiddie rockers playing kid-friendly music and tunes that make parents feel young again. Join us each Sunday at Top of the Park for this free family dance party with rockin’ bands for the kiddie set.

Sponsored by C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital with support from AADL.

SPONSOR

PARTNER

MAGMANUS CIRCUS WORKSHOP
TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 2 PM HILL AUDITORIUM PLAZA

ALPHABET ROCKERS HIP HOP MUSIC & MOVEMENT
SUNDAY, JUNE 28, 2 PM PITTSFIELD LIBRARY

THE MOLLOY FOUNDATION
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Workshops

THE TRUMMYTONES INSTRUMENT CREATION SUNDAY, JUNE 14, 2 PM PITTSFIELD LIBRARY

CIRQUE MECHANICS ARTIST MEET & GREET TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 2 PM HILL AUDITORIUM PLAZA

MC FRONTALOT ARTIST Q&A
SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 3:30 PM DOWNTOWN LIBRARY

Half Page: Mott

HAIL TO THE LITTLE VICTORS

www.mottchildren.org

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TOP OF THE PARK - FOR FAMILIES

KidZone

INSTRUMENT PETTING ZOO

ANN ARBOR SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA FRIDAY, JUNE 12

RECYCLED CRAFT INSTRUMENTS

GREEN APPLE GARDEN PLAYSCHOOL SATURDAY, JUNE 13

ARTS & CRAFTS

C.S. MOTT CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL SUNDAY, JUNE 14

E.T. SPACE HELMETS

UM MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY TUESDAY, JUNE 16

BOOKMARKS & JAPANESE ORIGAMI

CENTER FOR JAPANESE STUDIES & AFS INTERCULTURAL STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17

SCIENCE FUN

UM SCIENCE LEARNING CENTER THURSDAY, JUNE 18

CHINESE YOYO

UM REVOLUTION CHINESE YOYO TEAM FRIDAY, JUNE 19

CHINESE CALLIGRAPHY & PAPER FOLDING

ASIAN PACIFIC COMMUNITY SATURDAY, JUNE 20

LEAGUE OF COLORISTS

VAULT OF MIDNIGHT SUNDAY, JUNE 21

MAKE YOUR OWN PUPPET

SUMMERS-KNOLL SCHOOL TUESDAY, JUNE 23

KARATE IS GOOD FOR YOU

KEITH HAFNER’S KARATE WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24

CREATE A HANGING MOBILE

THE SCRAP BOX THURSDAY, JUNE 25

LUMINARIA CREATION & CEREMONY

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY FRIDAY, JUNE 26

SUMMER SCIENCE FEST

ANN ARBOR HANDS-ON MUSEUM SATURDAY, JUNE 27

JURASSIC PARK FOSSILS

UM MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY SUNDAY, JUNE 28

EXPLORATION OF LIGHT

MICHIGAN LIGHT PROJECT TUESDAY, JUNE 30

BUBBLE WANDS

EMU PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT WEDNESDAY, JULY 1

WATER SAFETY

GOLDFISH SWIM SCHOOL THURSDAY, JULY 2

ACTING FUN

ANN ARBOR YOUNG ACTORS GUILD FRIDAY, JULY 3

LEGO ROBOTS IN BATTLE

ROCKS AND ROBOTS SATURDAY, JULY 4

WIRE AND BEAD BUTTERFLIES

UM PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT SUNDAY, JULY 5

25 Tickets & info, visit a2sf.org or call 734.764.2538

NIGHTLY, 5-8 PM KIDZONE TENT FREE

An interactive area for our youngest festival-goers, the KidZone tent provides a fun and safe area for children ages 4-14 and their parents to discover and explore a wide variety of hands-on activities with different community partners. From learning karate, creating homemade instruments, or jamming out rock band style, KidZone offers different nightly activities for families at Top of the Park.

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TOP OF THE PARK - BEYOND

Retreat:
Mind-body Workshops

NIGHTLY, 5-6 PM POWER CENTER LAWN FREE

A series of mind-body sessions at Top of the Park, this alternative happy hour lets you enjoy a relaxing late-afternoon workout with classes in yoga, Capoeira, and dance fitness. Led by experienced practitioners, all sessions are free, and take place at 5 pm on the lawn of the Power Center.

ONÃ-FLOW VINYASA - A2 YOGA

FRIDAY, JUNE 12

HULA HOOP FITNESS - DIVA HOOPS

SATURDAY, JUNE 13

VINYASA FLOW - TINY BUDDHA YOGA

SUNDAY, JUNE 14

UNVEILED BELLYDANCING - BARBARA ROCCI TUESDAY, JUNE 16

CAPOEIRA - CDO MICHIGAN

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17

NINJA TRAINING - QUEST MARTIAL ARTS

THURSDAY, JUNE 18

IYENGAR YOGA -
THE ANN ARBOR SCHOOL OF YOGA FRIDAY, JUNE 19

TAI CHI - SIFU GENIE PARKER

SATURDAY, JUNE 20

SUMMER SOLSTICE YOGA - AMANDLA ENERGY WORKS SUNDAY, JUNE 21

RHYTHMIC YOGA - GYROTONIC TREE TOWN

TUESDAY, JUNE 23
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VINYASA FLOW YOGA - AUM YOGA

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24

POWER FLOW YOGA - REBEKAH MCCLURE

THURSDAY, JUNE 25

ACROYOGA - ACROYOGA ANN ARBOR

FRIDAY, JUNE 26

WEST AFRICAN DANCE - WORLD DANCE WORKOUT SATURDAY, JUNE 27

SLOW VINYASA YOGA - ITA YOGA

SUNDAY, JUNE 28

PILATES - MOVE FITNESS AND WELLNESS

TUESDAY, JUNE 30

VIPR ATHLETIC - VIE: FITNESS

WEDNESDAY, JULY 1

NIA YOGA - SOULFUL MOVEMENT

THURSDAY, JULY 2

HATHA YOGA - SUN MOON YOGA

FRIDAY, JULY 3

LAUGHTER YOGA - ANN ARBOR LAUGHS

SATURDAY, JULY 4

VINYASA FLOW - YOGA FLEX

SUNDAY, JULY 5

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CRAFT BEER TASTINGS

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Enjoy a Michigan microbrew craft beer tasting event on Tuesdays at Top of the Park. For a tasting fee, attendees can sample multiple microbrews from that evening’s featured microbrewery with a chance to meet the makers. No reservations needed; just show up. Limited capacity.

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JUNE 17, 24, & JULY 1, 5-8 PM PATIO
TASTING FEE

Enjoy a wine tasting event on Wednesdays at Top of the Park. For a tasting fee, attendees can sample multiple wines from that evening’s selection with a chance to meet the makers. No reservations needed; just show up. Limited capacity.

JUNE 17: WINES FROM THE WEST

JUNE 24: PORTUGAL: OLD WORLD WINE FOR THE NEW WORLD PALATE

JULY 1: FRENCH WINE TO CELEBRATE AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE

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TOP OF THE PARK

Culinary Row & Beverage Area

NIGHTLY, 5-11:30 PM TOP OF THE PARK

Food & drinks just taste better al fresco!

Culinary Row at Top of the Park features some of Ann Arbor’s favorite eateries and caterers. These food artists highlight specialty menu items that provide you with a mouth-watering selection of delicious meal options, including children’s menu items and ready-to-eat picnics for purchase at reasonable prices. Seek out

an all-time favorite or be adventurous and try something new. Vist a2sf.org to view each vendor’s full menu.

CHELA’S
HUT-K CHAATS
NOODLES & COMPANY OASIS GRILL
PIZZA HOUSE
RAY’S RED HOTS
SATCHEL’S BBQ
STUCCHI’S
SUGAR SHACK SWEETWATERS COFFEE & TEA

You can always purchase a beer or glass of wine as you enjoy your favorite band or movie. You’ll also find bottled water, juice, and Coke products stationed throughout Top of the Park.

TUESDAYS, 5 PM TOP OF THE PARK FREE

Tuesdays are Bike Nights at Top of the Park! Leave the car at home and peddle into town for free valet service and complimentary bike tune-ups. Bicycle valet hours will start at 5 pm until the end of the night’s activities on June 16, June 23, & June 30. The mobile repair stand will be open from 6 pm to 8 pm each Bike Night.

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TOP OF THE PARK - BEYOND

Community Engagement

With 90 percent of our 140+ events free to the public, the Ann Arbor Summer Festival is committed to providing access and educational opportunities to all members of our community. In addition to offering complimentary and low-cost tickets to students and disadvantaged residents, we also host a series of free workshops, artist discussions, readings, and other supporting activities throughout each season.

YP Club

Join A2SF’s new Festival YP Club! — A commitment-free program that connects young professionals in the festival community and enhances their festival experience. The Festival YP Club provides young professional members (25-40 year olds) with discounted tickets to select performances in the YP Club section, festival drink tickets good all season, and access to exclusive festival after parties with other club members and VIPs. Sign up at a2sf.org to apply discounts before purchasing Mainstage tickets.

WITH GENEROUS SUPPORT FROM

Student Tickets

College and high school students showing
a valid, current student ID can purchase
a student section ticket for $20 for select performances at the Michigan League Ticket Office or venue box office prior to the show while quantities last.

Kids Tickets

Our A2SF Kids Tickets program allows families to purchase tickets for kids 3-15 at 50% of the face value with the purchase of at least 1 adult ticket.

Kids Tickets quantities and locations
are limited and are available on a first-come, first-served basis for select performances. To show you qualify, Kids Tickets must be purchased or picked up at will-call with child present. Availability at the door is not guaranteed. Contact the Ticket Office for details.

Good Neighbor Tickets

The Good Neighbor Ticket Program is a unique outreach initiative that provides human and social service agencies in the greater Washtenaw County area with complimentary tickets to select Mainstage performances. The program is offered to those whose financial or social situation would otherwise prohibit them from attending the performing arts and enjoying the festival experience.

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THANK YOU

Thank You Festival Friends!

The Ann Arbor Summer Festival is brought to you by an entire community of generous donors, volunteers, and patrons. We deeply appreciate your ongoing support. You breathe life into this celebration and help us grow and flourish year after year.

Our Donors

Hundreds of individuals, foundations, corporations, and partner organizations make gifts each year to support the festival, and thousands more contribute onsite at Top of the Park each time they visit.

Our Patrons

More than 80,000 people attend Mainstage and Top of the Park attractions each season and generously support the festival by buying concert tickets, enjoying festival beverages, hosting tent parties, patronizing our food vendors, and donating $5 every visit.

Our Volunteers

Over 350 enthusiastic volunteers work thousands of hours each festival season serving as ushers, greeters, interns and ambassadors. We want to send a huge thank you to these dedicated individuals who work so hard each and every year.

JOIN THE FUN! We have many opportunities for people with a variety of interests, skills and passions. To learn more about how you can get involved, please visit A2SF.org.

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TOP OF THE PARK

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OPEN NIGHTLY

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THE IMAGINATION FUND & FESTIVAL 5000

Legacy Circle

The Ann Arbor Summer Festival’s Legacy Circle is a recognition society established to honor individuals and families whose festival endowment and estate gifts form a permanent legacy to help fund Top of the Park activities in perpetuity. We are infinitely grateful to the individuals listed below for strengthening the foundation of the festival by leaving a lasting impression of their personal values and beliefs for both the organization and for family and friends.

Bette and Alan Cotzin* Cynthia and Andrzej Dlugosz* Darla and Michael Dubin* Julie and Charles Ellis
Jackie and John Farah* Patricia Garcia and Dennis

Dahlmann*

Gwen Handelman
Connie and Tom Kinnear* Wendy and Ted Lawrence Judie and Jerry Lax
Ann R. Meredith
Dana Muir and Tracy Grogan Amy Nesbitt

The Pelz Foundation
Jim and Bonnie Reece* Annette and Peter Schork* Kimberly Scott and Oni Werth* Margaret R. Somers
Ines and Eric Storhok
Amy and Robb Woulfe*

The Imagination Fund

The Imagination Fund supports international street arts, outdoor spectacles, and large-scale community arts projects. It provides much needed funding to bring in the most innovative open-air attractions from around the world for free or low-cost performances at Top of the Park. Donors to this fund make gifts or pledges of $7,500 or more, with a minimum gift of $2,500 over three years.

Becky and Erik Bakker* Anne and Howard Cooper* Connie and Tom Kinnear* Elizabeth Mall*

Fran and Irwin Martin*
In memory of Dr Richard &

Margaret Schneider and Jack and Rita Nixon*

Eileen and Ambassador Ron Weiser*

* Denotes an active multi-year pledge or Festival 5000 member.

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EUGENE B. POWER CIRCLE

Eugene B. Power Circle

In honor of our founder, the Eugene B. Power Circle was created to recognize our most dedicated and inspirational donors who give $1,000 or more annually to support

the mission of the Ann Arbor Summer Festival.

Power Circle Life Members $100,000+ Cumulative, Individual Donations

Anne and Howard Cooper* Connie and Tom Kinnear*

Luminary
$10,000+ Annually Connie and Tom Kinnear*

Visionary
$5,000+ Annually
Anne and Howard Cooper* THE MOSAIC FOUNDATION

(of R. & P. Heydon)*
Molloy Foundation, Inc. Wendy and Ted Lawrence* Erin McKean and Steve Sullivan In memory of Dr Richard &

Margaret Schneider and Jack

and Rita Nixon*
Ellie and Dennis Serras* Ines and Eric Storhok

Advocate $2,500-$4,999 Annually

Becky and Erik Bakker*
In Memory of Maureen Belden Michelle and Lorne Groe Kathy and Leo Legatski
Fran and Irwin Martin*
Martin Family Foundation Dana Muir and Tracy Grogan Courtney Piotrowski and

Charles Smith
Laurie and Tim Wadhams*

Eileen and Ambassador Ron Weiser*

Leader
$1,000-$2,499 Annually Sue and Larry Adler
Christie and Tom Barrett Emily and Richard Belanger Elissa and Richard Benedek* Marty Betts and Guillermo

Flores
Nancy Brennan and Bradley

Cross
Bette and Alan Cotzin*
Pat and Paul Cousins
Martha Darling and Gilbert S.

Omenn*
Cynthia and Andrzej Dlugosz* Sharon and Dallas Dort* Darla and Michael Dubin* Julie and Charles Ellis Maureen Foley and John

Blankley
Stephanie and Tim Freeth Linda and Larry French* Karen and Al Gallup
Rita and Charles Gelman* Zita and Wayne Gillis Bonnie and Larry Hagerty* Sheila and Steven Hamp* Gwen Handelman
The Jensen Foundation Elizabeth and Rick

Jarzembowski*
Sandy Krikos and David

Engelke
Tamara L. Kutter*
Judie and Jerry Lax
Paula and Henry Lederman Kathy and Leo Legatski*
Anne and Harvey Leo
Sandi Lopez
Pat McCune and Ed Stein* Elizabeth Mall*
Betsy Yvonne Mark*
Ann Meredith
Fei Fei and John Metzler
Sonal Hope Mithani and Jeffrey

Morenoff
Jennifer and Frank Moore
Alice and Hugh Morgan
Alison and Rishi Narayan
Amy Nesbitt
Dr. Kristin and Paul Nickodemus

Gloria and Rick O’Neill The Pelz Foundation Debbie and Jeff Pike Courtney Piotrowski and

Charles F. Smith
Lynn Raade, State Farm

Insurance Agency
Katie Saputo and Jeff Reece* Bonnie and Jim Reece*
Ann and Tom Schriber* Patricia and Joseph Settimi Ingrid and Cliff Sheldon
Linh and Dug Song
Nancy and James Stanley* Gwynn and Jim Sterken
Jan and Nub Turner*
March Walker*

* Denotes an active multi-year pledge or Festival 5000 member.

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FRIENDS OF THE FESTIVAL

Friends of the Festival

Enthusiast $500-$999 Annually

Carol Amster*
Steve Arbaugh
LeAnn and Joe Auer
Robert Baird
Cheryl Barget
Lois and David Baru*
Stephanie and Bruce Benz* Martha and David Bloom Connie and Dennis Burke Melinda and Wayne Colquitt Cindy and Tom Crawford
Brad Dyke
Judy and Paul Freedman Elizabeth and William Frieze Maureen and David Ginsburg Barb and Mitch Goodkin Dennis Hayes
Laurence Ho
Mary and Kent Johnson
Mary K. Joscelyn
In memory of Laura E. Lancaster John Larin
Margaret Levenstein and David

Arsen
Jean and James Libs
Betty and Dr. Len Lofstrom Deborah Mackie and Peter

Ehrlich
Margaret McKinley*
Tracy and Y. Jamie Mistry* Olga
Shifrah Nenner and Jeffrey

Ogden
Susan and Mark Orringer*
Sue and Brad Pritts
Deb and Joe Purcell
Katie Richards-Schuster and Tim

Schuster
Suzy and Jim Royce
Margaret Talburtt and Jim Peggs Bette M. Thompson
Jane and Nigel Thompson Wilkinson Foundation
Carolyn and Jack Wallace
Jerry and Jack Weidenbach

Jennifer and Don Welch
Laura and Bradford Whitridge Karen Yamada and Gary Dolce

Patron
$250-$499 Annually

Judy and Alec Allen Regina and Merton Allen

Memorial Fund
Katie and David Andrea
Sylvia Barge and Newton Siever Deb and Dave Barnes
Gerri Barr and Tom Egel
Susan and John Beckett Rosemary R. Berardi
Joan Binkow
Jonathan Blakey
Janis Bobrin and Michael

Allemang
Nicole Brittis and Randy Sung Albert C. Cattell
Jenny and James Carpenter Henry Casinelli
Jennifer and Larry Coates* Susan and Arnold Coran Wendy and Rich Correll
Marie and Chris Cregar
The Klinich Family
Elizabeth and Michael Drake Alexis and Jon Elliott
David Fink and Marina Mata Shari and Dan Fisher
Astrid and Jack Fishstrom Shari and Ben Fox
Lucia and Doug Freeth Virginia and John Gajar
Teresa Gallagher and Jonathan

Ayers
Beth German and Martin Garber Susan Glowski and Galip Ulsoy Karla Goldman and Kim Jaffee Nancy and Steve Goldstein Suzanne and Raymond Goodrich Mike Gray
Jane and Dan Hayes
Barbara and Robert Hooberman Mary James and Michael Head Jill Johnson and Andrew Powers Kerin A. Jones
Aine Kelly
Janet Kemink and Dr. Rodney

Smith
Mary and Stephen Kerr Martha and Ed Kimball

Jennifer and Jon Kinsey Laura and Jim Kosteva Laura Kufman and Andrew

Czapp
John Kurtz
Kathy and Tim Laing
Jean A. Lawton and James H.

Ellis
Michele Leshan and Steve

Rubenstein
Carolyn Dana and Donald Lewis Joan Lowenstein and Jonathan

Trobe
W. Harry Marsden Martha McClatchey
In memory of Theophilus

Odetola
Alyson Robbins and Robert

Oliver
Elizabeth and Ricardo Rodriguiz Rennie and Michael Roth
Sarns Ann Arbor Fund
Drs. Rosalyn Sarver and Stephen

Rosenblum
Debbi Schaubman
Erich S. Schifter
Krista and Paul Schulte
Kimberly Scott and Oni Werth* In memory of Irene Seger
Lisa and Jeff Smith
Carolyn Spencer
Gretta Spier and Jonathan Rubin Katherine Spindler
Anna Stefanopoulou and James

Freudenberg
Alena and Ray Stocking Mary and George Tewksbury Shanti Thirumalai and Jeroen

Ritsema
Madeline and Steve Thiry
Vickie and Richard Van House Colleen Vance and William Price Barbara and James Varani Teresa and George Voegeli Nadine and Daniel Washington Enid Wasserman and Michael

Sivak
Deborah and Mike Weber MaryLinda and Larry Webster Susan and Neal Weinberg Dianne Widzinski
Shauna and Kevin Wilson Beth and I.W. Winsten

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FRIENDS OF THE FESTIVAL

Supporter $100-$249 Annually

Michelle Adamo
Ruth Addis and Marj Schloff Suzan and Michael Alexander Steve Allport
Becky and Rick Altschuler Sharon Aronovich
Levana and Stephen Aronson Martha and Bob Ause
Diane Averill
Mary and Nicholas Avrakotos Kathleen Baines and Ed Domino Jennifer Baker
Ruthanne and Milton Baker Barbara and Daniel Balbach Suzanne Balliet
Emily Bandera, MD
Pat Bantle
Laurie and Jeff Barnett
Linda Baudhuin
Linda and Ronald Benson
Jan Berry and John Copley Denesh Bhushan
Suzanne Biermann
Kathy Bonds and Mark Mau Mark Bonney
Gretchen and Charles Boose Victoria C. Botek and William M.

Edwards
Kristin Bowden and Jeffery

Sabatini
Richard A. Bowerman
In Memory of Joan Boyle
Sandra and Yavuz Bozer
Ianna Breese
Ann Brennan and Karl Krushelnick Wendy and Scott Broshar
David Brown
Christine Brummer
Roger Buelow
Stephanie Buttrey and Andy

Overmire
Janet and Louis Callaway Mary Cambruzzi
In memory of Leo Carrigan Jr. Patricia and Paul Carson Diane and Scott Carter Susanne and Paul Cartman Anne Casper
Lana and Fred Chang
Dave Chappell
Anne Chase
Shell and Don Cody

Kathi and Rick Cohen
Amy and Ken Colton
Judy and Kevin Compton Joyce and William Connett Kathryn Coon

Jacqueline Courteau and Paul Graham

Megan Crosbie and Kyle Mazurek

Constance Crump and Jay Simrod

Anne Curzan
David Cushing
Phil Cwagenberg
Amal and Gregory Dalack Sharon and Michael Darga Susan Davis

MJ Dawson
The Dechert Family
Christina and Peter Deininger Karen and David Dickenson Sally and David Dilks
Bill and Molly Dobson Fund Joseph Dohm
Annemarie and Paul Dolan Lori Dostal and Keith Latham Karen and Stuart Downing Mel Drumm
In memory of Howard Dubin Rebecca Eisenberg and Judah

Garber
Margaret and Michael Emlaw Jill and David Esau
Martina Harmon Ezekiel and

Daniel Ezekiel
In memory of Larry Ferguson Cecilia Fileti
Edward Filisko
Lisa and Hugh Flack Margaret and Sara Flannery Betsy Foxman and Michael

Boehnke
Sara and Michael Frank
Robyn Frey and Lawrence King Marcia and Leon Friedman Susan Froelich and Richard

Ingram
Jerrold Frost
Nancy Frushour and Gary Stelzer John Fuller
Joyce and Steve Gerber
Marci and Brian Gilchrist
Mona and Edward Goldman Lee Gorman and Mark Ritz

Sue and Charlie Gott Cozette Grabb
Martha and Larry Gray
Svea and Whit Gray
Linda and Richard Greene Kathy and Robert Green Victoria Green and Matthew

Toschlog
June and David Griffenhagen Kathleen and Bob Griffiths Rebecca Groeb
Susan Guszynski and Gregory

Mazure
Constance Guzinski Margie Hagene and David

Saksewski
Jennifer and David Haines
Ruth and Neil Haldeman
Carole Hango-Hanlon and Daniel

Hanlon
Sam Harper
Connie and Martin Harris Gayle Harte and Elliott

Greenberg
Halimah Hassan and J Frank

Yates
D. Craig Hausman
Vicki Hays
Anne Heacock and Stephen

Fisher
Holly Heaviland
Jane Heineken
Gloria Helfand and Harvey

Michaels
Kathleen and Paul Henchey Paula Hencken and George

Collins
Margene and Gregory Henry Pam and Bill Henry
Debbie and Norman Herbert Phyllis and David Herzig
Lee Hollander and Tammie Nahra Ann Hollenbeck
Carol Hollenshead and Bruce

Wilson
Kay Holsinger and Douglas C.

Wood
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In memory of William Horvath Susan and David Horvath Carol and Ken Hovey
Dennis Huibregtse
Angela Jackson
Sue and Gerald Janusz

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FRIENDS OF THE FESTIVAL

Linda and Mark Johnson Constance Jones
Susan and Stevo Julius Catherine Juon

Barb and Lenny Kafka
Sharon and Jack Kalbfleisch Alan Kalter
Lois and Gordon Kane
Mark Kaplan
Elaine and Abe Karam
Martha and Matt Keefe
In honor of The Bluescasters Sally and David Kennedy
Edie Kieffer
In memory of Elizabeth Graham Elizabeth Kirksey
Ilona Klein
Susan Klein
Eileen and David Knesper
Marie Knoerl and Andrew Morrill Rosalie and Ron Koenig
Elaine and Mark Kopka
In memory of Sheldon Krasnow

M.D.
Robert Krasny
Martha and David Krehbiel Barbara and Gary Krenz
Josie and Brian Kuehn
Chris and Tom Kujawa
Zenon Kuzmyn
Amy and Karl Lagler
Gerald Lapidus
Therese Lasswell
Heather Lemon
Julie and Lou Leonard
Jason Levine
Carolyn and Paul Lichter
In honor of Ingrid Sheldon Aubrey Lopatin
Alexis Lopez and Jon Morosi Elise Luddy
Greg Lukonic
Lori Maddix
Kenneth Magee
Marcia Major and Bill Burnham Carolyn and Michael Manz Joan Margeson and Ken Silk Nancy and Phillip Margolis Mary M. Matthews
Judy and Roger Maugh
Terri and Greg Maxwell
Raven McCrory
Robert McCurren

Connie McGuire and Tim Richards

Aprille and Timothy McKay Dave McKenney
Madelyn and Dan McMurtrie Daniel McShan

Miriam Meisler
Deborah Meizlish
Cindy and Mike Messmore Bonnie Metzger and Barbara

Therrien
Maureen Michael
Kathleen Micheli
Kathy and Bert Moberg
Terry Morris
Molly Motherwell
Ronald Motsinger
Gayle and Bruce Moyer
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Barbara Murphy and Gavin Eadie Dana Nelson
Sharon and Chuck Newman Lynne Nickle
Nancy Niemela and Orest

Mykolenko
Renee Nilan
Glenina and Michael Nolte Quincy and Rob Northrup Arthur S. Nusbaum
Billie Ochberg and Sandro Cinti Samuel Olesky
Elizabeth Ong
Angela and Matthew Oonk Beverly Ostrowiecki and

Raymond Siciak
Jane and Ed Outslay
Cecilia and Al Paas
John and Emily Palacios Family Natalie and Roger Palay
Karen Park
Beth and Todd Pascoe Howard Patch
Lisa Patrell
Deborah Paul-McDonald and

Kevin McDonald
John Peirce
Perry G. Pernicano
In memory of Brian Oatley Elizabeth Phillips and Thomas

Buchmueller
Mary Ann and Robert Pierce Jan and Morand Piert Angelo Pitillo
Alison and Anthony Polidano

Elaine Pomeranz and Joel Bregman

Tom Porter
Nancy Powell
Stephanie and David Pyne Melissa and Ray Rabidoux
Karen and Gil Raff
Diana Raimi and John Dryden Patricia Randle
Matthew Ranville
Linda and Roger Rayle
Mary Beth and George Reasoner Cathy and Scott Reisfield
Molly Resnik and John Martin Roger Retke
Teresa and Timothy Rhoades The Ribits Family
Dondi Cupp and David Roberts Rachel and Jason Robinson Michael Romej
Susan Rosegrant and David

Lampe
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Lucille and Jose Santiago Jackie and Gary Sasaki
Lisa and Howard Saulles Samantha Sayers
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Carol and Patrick Sherry
Jean and Thomas Shope Roni and Max Shtein
Cheryl Sibilsky
Carolyn Siebers
Elaine and Bob Sims

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FRIENDS OF THE FESTIVAL

Rhonda and Donald Sizemore Elizabeth and Arthur Solomon Tamar Springer and Steve

Stancroff
Ann and David Staiger
Judith Starks
In memory of Carol Jaslow and

Robert K. Steiner
Suzi and Matt Steward
Christine Stier and Thomas Fricke Bobbie Stoermer
Jenna Stoliker
Eric Suydam
Suzanne Tainter and Kenneth

Boyer
Sandy Talbott and Mark Lindley The Freisthler Family
Randall Ten Haken
Denise Thal and David Scobey Carol and James Thiry
Keith Thobe
Nancy and Michael Thoresen Nancy Thorson-Rogers and

Michael A. Rogers
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Steven Vantrease
In memory of Wayne Vasher Cam Vozar
Christine Wagner
Sandra and Joe Walls Barbara Wasneski
Lori and David Wathen Carol Weber
Susan and Doug Weber Doug and Sue Weber Family

Fund
Lisa and James Weidenbach Norman Weiner
Jacki and David Weisman Ann Marie Weitzel
Cherry and Ken Westerman Jan and Ron Weston Gordon White
Kathy White
Lynn and John White
Sarah and Sandy Wiener Kenneth Wilhelm
Patricia and George Williams Friedelle Winans
Noel and Chris Winkler Charlotte Wolfe

Pam and Bill Wood
Kathleen and David Woodard Laura Woolley
Elizabeth and Walter Work Bonnie Wylo
Kathy York and Scott Masten
In honor of Dr. Mary East
Laura Zabel Ford and John Ford Laura Zender

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Sherle Abramson-Bluhm Sally and Peter Allen Nadine Alpern
Marni and Ken Arnett Monica and Dan Atkins Samantha and Daniel Banda Terese and Corey Bertcher Mark Bertz

Chris and Herb Black
Sarai Brachman Shoup and David

Shoup
Brooks & Conrad Family Ronald Bunnell
Bill Burgard
In memory of Luther Buchele Karen and Robert Collins
In memory of Kevin Michael

Collins
Karen G. Crawford
Susan Crawford
Joann Culbertson
Betty Cunningham
Judith Daltuva
Paul Davis
Matthew Delaney
Sandy Eyl
Jenny Fairburn Kropf and Robert

Kropf
Madeleine Faith
Sally Fekety
Nancy Firestone and Martin

Forchheimer
Jill and Charlie Flora
Margaret Gale and John Adams Barb and Richard Gilbertson Leah Gillon
Hanna and Peter Goodstein Mary Sue Grant
Linda and Roger Grekin
Linda and Mel Grieshaber Susan and Barry Gross
Anne Grove

Iris and Fred Gruhl Michael C. Hammer Glenda Haskell and Rick

Reichman
Brad Haverkamp
Carolynn and Jim Hayman Jeanne Hernandez
Erich Hofacker
Robert Hopkins
John Hritz
Ellen Hughes-Cromwick
Barbara Israel and Richard Pipan Bonnie and Fred Janney
John Johnston
Lisa and David Joseph
Michelle and Michael Kaucheck Elizabeth Keslacy
Barbara and Michael Kilbourn Chelle Kilmury and Carl Abrego Shira and Steven Klein
Linda and Melvyn Korobkin Stephen Krebs
Sheri Kroske
Lawrence La Fountain
Jim Labbe
Barbara Lamar and Terry Adams Ann Leidy
In honor of Dr. Scott Westerman Michael Linkevich
Susan Little and Robert Walker Bruce Loughry
Pauline Luong
Kathleen and James MacDonald Joshua Malkin
Linda Martorana
Jon Maul
Jill McDonough and Greg

Merriman
Shane McParland
Carmen and Jack Miller
Susan and Terry Murphy Helene Neu
Jacqueline O’Donnell
Tim Oliver
Kay Otto
Frederick Paper
Zoe and Joe Pearson
Kathleen and J. Thomas Pustell Beth and Lou Quillen
Bob Rummel
Carole and Mitchell Rycus Raleigh and Chris Sadlier Karyn and David Sager
Anita and John Savio

Full Page: Rec & Ed

FRIENDS OF THE FESTIVAL

Betina Schlossberg Rudolf Schmerl
Karyn and David Schoem Art and Pamela Schwartz Charles Scrase

Carol and Andy Seidl
Pat and Donald Sharpe
Elizabeth A. Silver and William M.

Crawforth
Mark Sims
Marie and Larry Sklar Francyne Stacey and George

Kriek
In memory of Debra E. Steinberg Sue Stevens and Chip Kramer Krysta Stone
Ann and Phil Surratt
Teri and James Teeri DaveTortorella
Emily Twanmo and Tom Stockton Ilene and Norman Tyler
Barbara Underwood and David

Patria
Cheryl and Vey Valentine Dietmar Wagner
Sarah and Dr. Edward Walton David Wehe
Stefani and Steven Weiss Suzy Wienckowski and David

Gordon
Brad Williams
Lauren Williams
Jane and Brian Wilson
Jean Wong and Ralph McKee Valerie and John Yodhes

In-Kind Gifts $250+

A2 Hosting
Ann Arbor Downtown

Development Authority Boullion Sales
Jennifer Stoyenoff Quest Productions Speakeasy Productions

Government Foundation & Matching Gifts

Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation

Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation Rosalie Edwards/ Vibrant Ann Arbor Fund

Arbor ResearchCollaborative for Health

Chisbetts Foundation
City of Ann Arbor Community Foundation of

Southeast Michigan
DTE Energy Matching Gifts

Program
French American Fund
Google Matching Gifts Program James A. and Faith Knight

Foundation
Jewish Community Foundation Johnson Controls Foundation JPMorgan Chase Matching Gift

Program
Martin Family Foundation

Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs

Molloy Foundation
National Endowment for the Arts Pfizer Foundation Matching Gift

Program
Quebec Government Office,

Chicago
Thomson Reuters Foundation

Matching Gift Program Thrivent Financial for Lutherans

Employee Gift Matching

Program
Regina and Merton Allen

Memorial Fund
SPL Foundation
THE MOSAIC FOUNDATION

(of R. & P. Heydon) TheSethBonderFoundation* Thomson Reuters Foundation

Matching Gift Program
UBS Employee Giving Program University of Michigan Wilkinson Foundation

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FESTIVAL FUNDS

The Ann Arbor Summer Festival is embarking on an endowment-building initiative to help fund Top of the Park activities in perpetuity. The campaign is called Forever Summer, and the money raised will help support the festival’s innovative outdoor programs for generations to come.

Endowment gifts are to an organization what retirement funds are to an individual – they represent set-aside resources for the future. The festival will always have a need for annual gifts for operational purposes. However, endowment dollars can make
it possible to underwrite special programs and projects that might be impossible

to maintain otherwise. A strong endowment program provides financial depth and permits confident planning.

Endowment gifts can be given in remembrance of someone or in gratitude to the festival through a gift of cash, stock, a bequest, insurance or a life income gift. An endowment gift is a gift in perpetuity. It leaves a lasting impression of your personal values and beliefs for both the organization and for family and friends.

As an added incentive, thanks to a generous challenge gift from an anonymous donor, contributions to the new endowment campaign will be matched 2:1, up to $50,000, through 2019. This challenge is sure to have a transformative impact on the festival, and we are grateful for this opportunity.

Endowment Fund

This restricted permanent endowment provides continuity of purpose and supports existing and new initiatives, creates and sustains new resources for the festival, and stabilizes funding for the organization.

Rainy Day Fund

This unrestricted quasi-endowment provides flexibility to meet ever-changing, sometimes unexpected needs and seed funds to explore emerging opportunities. This fund will grow primarily through investment, unrestricted bequests, and annual operating surpluses.

For more information or to discuss a gift, please contact us at (734) 994-5999 ext. 202

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SPECIAL ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Special Acknowledgements

Tribute Gifts

In honor of Erik and Becky Bakker, Midwest Business Banking Management Team
Brad Haverkamp, Jim Labbe, Joshua Malkin, Jon Maul, Tim Oliver, Bob Rummel, Dave Tortorella, & Sheri Kroske

In memory of Maureen Belden Patrick Belden

In memory of Joan Boyle Tracy Boyle

In memory of Luther Buchele
Paula Christensen and Donald Anderson

In memory of Leo Carrigan Jr. Noreen Carrigan

In memory of Kevin Michael Collins Sakura Collins

In memory of Howard Dubin Patty Dubin

In memory of Larry Ferguson Andra Ferguson

In memory of Carol Jaslow and Robert K. Steiner Elizabeth Ann Steiner and Sarah Jaslow

Inhonorof AaronKlein

In memory of Sheldon Krasnow M.D. Charles Krasnow

In memory of Laura E. Lancaster Sue and Blake Lancaster

In memory of Theophilus Odetola Eola Odetola

In memory of Dr. Richard and Margaret Schneider and Jack and Rita Nixon

In memory of Irene Seger Martha Seger

In memory of Debra E. Steinberg Ronald A. Steinberg

In memory of Wayne Vasher Elizabeth and Andre Vasher

In memory of Dr. Scott Westerman Sue Leong

In memory of Lena Witter, Dorie Witter, T.V. Silvia, Arlene Succop

In Memoriam

For festival friends we have lost and those we celebrate.

Karl George Bartscht Roland A. Foerg Steven E. Gradwohl Rita Heydon

Helga C. Hover

The lists on the previous pages reflect donations received during the 2014 calendar year. End of year gifts and other gifts postmarked on or after 1/1/15 will be acknowledged in the 2016 program. We apologize for any omissions or misspellings. Please let us know of any errors so we can correct them.

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Support Your Festival

Be an integral part of the Ann Arbor Summer Festival’s mission to present a world-class celebration of arts and entertainment in Ann Arbor.

Your contribution helps enrich the cultural, economic and social vitality of the region while advancing A2SF’s stance as a leading multi-arts festival and an enduring local treasure.

There are many ways to provide support to A2SF: cash gifts, stock gifts, bequests, gifts to our endowment funds, and giving $5 each visit to help TOP thrive. Every dollar donated will support another season of high quality arts experience, and donating has its perks! Depending on your level of support, we offer substantive donor benefits including parking passes, invitations to the Power Circle Donor Dinner, and early access to tickets. Please, make a difference today and join our growing family of supporters. Support at any level helps keep the festival accessible and thriving!

To learn more about ways to support the festival, please visit A2SF.org or contact our development department at (734) 994-5999 ext. 202.

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Board

Kimberly L. Scott Chair

Kevin S. McDonald Vice Chair

Tom Crawford Treasurer

Wendy Lawrence Secretary

Michael S. Dubin Imm. Past Chair

Sally J. Churchill UM Ex Officio Christopher Taylor City Ex Officio

LeAnn Auer
Christie Wong Barrett Paul Cousins
John W. Farah
Erica Fitzgerald
Tim Freeth
Linda Girard
Susan J.D. Gott
Mary Kerr
Jon Kinsey
Jerold Lax
Anne H. Leo Kenneth Magee Margaret B. McKinley Sonal Mithani
Dana M. Muir
Rishi Narayan
Marvin G. Parnes Dug Song
Peg Talburtt
Daniel Washington

BOARD

Board Committees

Community Engagement

Erica Fitzgerald

Co-Chair

Paul Cousins

Co-Chair

Meredith Brandt
John Farah
Jeff Crause
Linda Girard
Elizabeth Jarzembowski Anne Leo

Kenneth Magee Kevin McDonald Sonal Mithani
Rishi Narayan
Dug Song
Daniel Washington

Finance & Sustainability

Tom Crawford

Co-Chair

Jon Kinsey

Co-Chair

LeAnn Auer
Erik Bakker Mike Dubin
Tim Freeth
Eric P. Helber Kevin McDonald Dana Muir

Fund Development

Wendy Lawrence

Co-Chair

Peg Talburtt

Co-Chair

Jackie Farah Marvin G. Parnes

Governance & Nominations Jerry Lax

Co-Chair

Mary Kerr

Co-Chair

Susan J.D. Gott Kevin McDonald Margaret B. McKinley Soni Mithani
Marvin G. Parnes

Top of the Park Relocation Advisory Group
LeAnn Auer
Paul Cousins

Doug Edwards Kevin McDonald Rishi Narayan Peter Schork Marsha Volchoff

Trustees Emeriti

Paul C. Boylan George D. Goodman Margaret Massialas J.P. Weidenbach

Festival Society

(Former Trustees)

Paula Allen-Meares Arnold Aronson Lisa Baker
Erik Bakker

Milli Baranowski* Karl G. Bartscht H. David Baru Frank Beaver Lisa Bee

Louis D. Belcher Rodney F. Benson Joel S. Berger

Karen Berger William Bess
Lisa I. Borgsdorf Paul C. Boylan Elizabeth S. Brater John Russell Brown Mario Catrubo Susan Chandler Donald S. Chisholm John C. Clark

Elsa Kircher Cole Phil Cole
Jeffrey J. Colton Howard J. Cooper Alan G. Cotzin Ronald M. Cresswell John H. D’Arms* Jay DeLay*

Eunice M. Dobbs Stephen B. Dobson Deanna R. Dorner John Eadie

Karen Edwards
Rosalie A. Edwards*
Bettye S. Elkins
Julie Ellison
Walter Eysselinck*
Peter F. Fayroian
Kenneth C. Fischer
Dawn H. Foerg
Jessica K. Fogel
Beatrice Fox
Robert Forman
Erik Fredricksen
Stephanie Blackburn Freeth Julie Fritz
Patricia M. Garcia
Sadie B. Garner*
George D. Goodman
Beth Halloran
Anne Hampton-Hawkins Charlotte M. Hanson Randy J. Harris
Walter Harrison
Harlan Hatcher*
John Hieftje
Mathwon R. Howard James R. Irwin
Ejner Jensen
Gerald Jernigan* Christopher Kendall Richard L. Kennedy* Constance M. Kinnear John Knott
Ira Konigsberg
James A. Kosteva
William B. Krumm
John K. Lawrence
Judith W. Malcolm
Alan M. Mandel
Jenifer Martin
Sudha Maheshwari Margaret Massialas
John H. Matlock

Evan Maurer
Jerry A. May
Frederick W. Mayer
Susan McClanahan
Jayne Miller
Ronald G. Miller
Y. Jamie Mistry
Thomas S. Monaghan Lester P. Monts
Bruce S. Moyer
Janet Muhleman
Tony Nam
Patrick N. Naswell
Shirley C. Neuman
John Neville-Andrews Ellen Offen
Karen Koykka O’Neal Mark C. Ouimet
Roberta R. Palmer
Helen A. Peters
Edward C. Pierce*
Susan N. Pollay
Patricia Pooley
Eugene B. Power, founder* Doris Preston
Agnes Reading
Gail W. Rector*
James S. Reece
Donovan Reynolds
Ellen H. Rowe
Anne K. Rubin
Ralph Santarpia
Jeffrey A. Schoenherr Peter F. Schork
Rich Sheridan
Ann Sneed Schriber Thomas J. Schriber
Hazen J. Schumacher
Ellie Serras
Ingrid B. Sheldon
Angeline Smith
Allan F. Smith*
Louis Smith
Jorge A. Solis
Peter Sparling
Joyce Squires
Burnette Staebler*
Susan J. Stoney
Alfred A. Stuart
Lisa A. Tedesco
Estelle Titiev*
Jane Von Voigtlander
J.P. Weidenbach
Elise I. Weisbach
Jerry A. Weisbach*
Ruth T. Whitaker*
Lynn E. White
Timothy O. White
David D. Wierman
Frank C. Williams
Karen L. Wolff
Phyllis Wright*

*Indicates deceased

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SPECIAL THANKS

Special Thanks

A2SF Board of Trustees A2SF Volunteers Greeters &

Ushers
Aerial Enterprises
Amy Reyes, Kensington Court Ann Arbor Area Community

Foundation
Ann Zalucki & Hank Baier, UM

Facilities & Operations
Anne & Howard Cooper
Anné Renforth, Christina Bellows,

John Kennard, John Peckham

& Ken Fisher, UMS
Cal Avison, Coca-Cola
Chris Ammel, Martin Bandyke,

John Bommarito & Matthew

Altruda, 107one Christie Barrett
Cindy Mahalak, Toyota Connie & Tom Kinnear Dana Muir

Darlene Jones & Rebecca Seiser, U-M Parking & Transportation

Dean Neeb, IATSE Local 395 Deborah Sulkowski, ULitho

Debra Williams, City of Ann Arbor

Eli Neiburger, Matthew Dubay & Tim Grimes, Ann Arbor District Library

Gregg Peterson, Marvin Parnes & Trivellore “Raghu” Raghunathan, UM ISR

Highlander Graphics
Jack Bernard & Tom Blessing,

UM Office of the VP & General

Counsel
Jeff Beyersdorf
Jerry Lax, Pear Sperling Eggan &

Daniels, P.C.
Jim Hume, Kristy Smith, Rachel

Jackson & Tony Godzik, Phire

Group
Jim Kosteva, Office of

Government Relations
Jim Libs
Jim Wanty, Kit Morgeson, Steve

Crawford, O & W, Inc.
Jon Bullock, U.S. Wine Imports Judi Peters
Kevin McDonald
Kim Scott & Joe Fazio, Miller,

Canfield, Paddock & Stone Mary Kerr, Ann Arbor Area

Convention & Visitors Bureau

Matt & Rene Greff, Arbor Brewing

Mike Martin, First Martin
Molly Motherwell & Linda Yohn,

WEMU
Myra Klarman
Nancy Barton, Willis & Jurasek Patricia Garcia, Ann Arbor

Observer
Peter Schork, Ann Arbor State

Bank
Rishi Narayan
Sava Lelcaj, Savco Hospitality State Street Area Assocociation Stephen Chrypinski, WUOM Sue Gott, UM Architecture,

Engineering & Construction Susan Pollay & Joe Morehouse,

DDA
Tim Marshall & Hans Maier, Bank

of Ann Arbor
Top of the Park Staff
UM Department of Public Saftey

& Security
UM Instructional Support

Services
University Productions Wendy & Ted Lawrence Xavier Wilson

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Administrative Staff

Amy Nesbitt

Executive & Artistic Director

Leslie Keeton

Development Director

Michael Michelon

Operations Manager

Kari Dion

Programs Assistant

Mainstage Staff

Paul Hunter

Production Manager

Terri Koggenhop

Artist Services Manager

Anne Grove

Artist Services Assistant

Manager

Adam DesJardins

Artist Services Assistant

Travis Jones

Artist Services Assistant

Jim Lillie

Head Audio Engineer

Greg Mazure

Mainstage Lighting Director

Dean Neeb

IATSE Local 395 Business Representative

Ticket Office Staff

Christina Bellows

Ticket Services Manager

Anné Renforth

Ticket Services Coordinator &

A2SF Ticket Concierge

Anna Simmons

Assistant Ticket Services

Manager

Ellen Miller

Ticket Office Assistant

Student Employees

Bridget Kojima Catherine Cypert Claire Pegram Ellen Miller
Garret Jones Haylie Stewart Maryam Ahmed Megan Boczar Melanie Toney Mysti Hawkins Rachel Stopchinski

Venue & Ushering Staff

Barry LaRue

Senior House Technician

Dianne Widzinski

Performance Halls House

Manager

Kate Gorman

Front of House Manager

Juli Pinsak

Usher Coordinator

Brian Roddy

Usher Assistant

Bruce Oshaben

Usher Assistant

Jane Oshaben

Usher Assistant

Top of the Park Staff

Jeff Beyersdorf

Production Director

Steve Guttman

Site Manager

Peter Goodman

Event Manager

Elise Luddy

Hospitality Coordinator

Brian McClemens

Front of House Manager

Haley Moraniec

Volunteer Coordinator

Patrik Holubik

N. University Stage Manager

Michelle Lang

Acoustic Stage Manager

Justin Saylor

N. University Stage Audio

Engineer

Patrick Connolly

Acoustic Stage Audio Engineer

Marshall Wymore

Financial Assistant

Becky Miller

Financial Assistant

Frank Uhle

Projectionist

Interns

Katrina Schafer

Administration

Nina Barraco

Graphic Design

Carly Chaben

Educational Outreach

Jessica Craig

Operations

Katie Gerweck

Development & Digital Media

Maegan Pierson

Progams

Stephanie Sulis

Community Engagement

Consultants

Advantage Accounting

Bookkeeping Services

Joe Dougherty, Didaktikos

IT Administrator

Miller Canfield

Festival Attorneys

Pear Sperling Eggan & Daniels, P.C.

Festival Attorneys

Willis & Jurasek, P.C.

Auditors & Tax Advisors

Maureen Farley McMahon

Communications Specialist

Jared Collins & Eric Bassey

Database Support

CREATIVE CREDITS Phire Group

Branding & Design

University Lithoprinters

Printing

Myra Klarman

Photography

Highlander Graphics

Signage & Display

Aloompa

Mobile App Development

Underground Printing

Merchandise

FESTIVAL TEAM

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