ART Feast

On August 16, 2014, Old Town invites you to the first annual ART Feast! This new and exciting art fair will coincide with the successfully established Renegade Theatre Festival, a deal-seeker’s Sidewalk Sale and a mouth-watering Food Truck Rally!

Shimmy Shack, Good Bites and Wooden Spork will all be serving their delicious delights! Have a taste!

The Art Fair is from 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. while the Food Truck Rally is from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Calling artists! Click here for the artist application!

Calling food trucks! Click here for the food truck application!



Also enjoy Renegade Theatre Festival activities Saturday  - highlights include: 

August 16 SATURDAY 
1 -2p.m.

Cuatro Sur [meaning Four South, in Spanish] is a duo of singers and guitar players from Spain, Miguel Cabañas and Norberto Aguado. They sing traditional songs from Spain and Latin America. They bring the passion and happiness of Flamenco Rumba and salsa rhythms and the romantic and tender melodies from Rancheras, and Boleros to audiences across Michigan. They have performed every year at Renegade Theater at Old Town since the Festival started. For more information on Cuatro Sur, please contact group member Miguel Cabañas at:

August 16 SATURDAY
2:30 - 3:30pm

"Some Guy and a Blond" (aka Jeff Boerger and Ann Lapo) will play an assortment of old-time, country-folk, and their real love, Cajun/Creole music from the bayous and prairies of southwest Louisiana. They'll be entertaining festival goers at 2:30 on Saturday afternoon. For more information on this group, please contact Jeff

August 16 SATURDAY
4 – 5p.m.

Aaron is a folk singer/songwriter from Okemos, Michigan, and winner of Tri-County's Got Talent 2014. He draws inspiration from fellow swede 'The Tallest Man on Earth' and 'Iron and Wine'. Aaron is a talented fingerpicker and will surely blow you away. For more information on Aaron Pride, you can e-mail:

6 – 7p.m
Hailing from Southfield, Mich. (by way of New York and Athens, Greece), Alexander is a tried and true singer/songwriter. Partaking in this rebirth of Michigan and its glorious folk music, his voice is instantly soothing as it floats across the finely plucked and gently strummed guitar that finds its home in his arms. Alexander nurtures his music from its birth on paper to the recording stage where he tracks his own vocal melodies over one another to create a full-fledged, lush sound. 
Alexander’s conquests have been the focus of the acclaimed Groove Box Studios video series. His songs encompass all the tools required to preach love to listeners: Classical and acoustic guitars, piano, African and Latin percussion instruments. Arranged and recorded with some of Detroit’s best musicians from bands like Flint Eastwood, Passalacqua and Will Sessions. His 12-track debut album “Positive Love” is being featured in local shows and web videos on a regular basis. For more information, please visit: www.