Southeast Michigan Summer Festivals 2021

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Southeast Michigan Summer Festivals 2021

Summer fun doesn’t have to break the bank or involve traveling long distances. There are many summer festivals right here in Southeast Michigan. These festivals offer a wide variety of activities and entertainment that the whole family will enjoy! Check out these festivals, mark your calendars, and get ready for a fun-filled summer!

Due to COVID restrictions, some events have been canceled and others are still in the planning stage. I will update this post as I find more information. Please use the links to double-check the events for any changes. 

Southeast Michigan Summer Festivals

June Events 

June: Melvindale Days – Not updated

June: Canton Liberty Fest – Canceled

June 17-19: Riverview Summer Festival 

  • Location: Young Patriots Park – Sibley Road
  • Description: Live entertainment, carnival, food, fishing derby, petting farm, helicopter rides, food, fireworks (Saturday), and more!

June 25-27: Belleville Lake Fest 

  • Location: 220 High St, Belleville, MI 48111
  • Description:  Activities will include a Dragon Boat Festival with locals teams racing each other, a movie in Van Buren Park, a Kid Zone, 1st Annual 0.1K Run/Walk/Pub Crawl, Live Entertainment, Food Trucks, a Local Artisan Market, Fireworks in Van Buren Township, a 5K Community-Run, Kids Fishing Tournament, Kayak Scavenger Hunt, Boat Parade and so much more!

June: Detroit River Days – canceled 

June: Livonia Spree – Canceled 

June 25-26: Trenton Summer Festival

  • Location: Downtown Trenton on Jefferson between Maple and Harrison
  • Description: Live entertainment, crafters, food, kid’s activities, and more!

July Events 

July 7-10: Wyandotte Street Fair

  • Location: 3200 Biddle St, Wyandotte, Michigan
  • Description: This fair will feature over 300 artists, entertainers, local businesses, exhibitors, and food vendors, creating a wide variety that people of all ages can enjoy.

July: Uncle Sam Jam – canceled 

July: Melvindale Street Fair – Not updated 

August Events 

Aug. 1-7: Monroe County Fair

  • Location: Monroe County Fair, 3775 S. Custer Road, Monroe, MI 48161
  • Description: Live entertainment (free and paid), carnival, food, truck pull, monster truck show, demolition derby, rodeo, and more!

Aug. 6-7: Allen Park Street Fair

  • Location: 6543 Allen Road, Allen Park, MI 48101
  • Description: Live entertainment, kids zone, crafters, vendors, food, and more!

Aug: Dearborn Homecoming Festival – Not updated 

Aug. 6-15: Howell Melon Festival 

  • Location: 200 E. Grand River Avenue
  • Description: Live entertainment, games for kids, car show 

Aug: Lincoln Park Days – Not updated 

September Events 

Sept: Taylor Summer Festival  – canceled 

Sept. 10-11: Flatrock Riverfest

  • Location: Huroc Park 
  • Description: Two days of family fun, music, food & entertainment!

Sept. 10-12: Plymouth Fall Festival

  • Location: Kellogg Park 
  • Description: Live entertainment, carnival, car show, arts and crafts vendors, food, pancake breakfast, and more! 

Sept 17-18: Romulus Pumpkin Fest

  • Location: 11147 Hunt Street, Romulus
  • Description: The annual Pumpkin Festival is a two-day event that starts on the third Friday in September; our festival begins with a night parade where everything is lighted from bicycles to cement trucks. Thousands of people line Goddard Road to wait for the fun. Our street festival offers wonderful music, food, crafts, and games for all ages. You can enter a pumpkin rolling, pumpkin pie eating, or a pumpkin seed-spitting contest. Visit or enter our Classic Car Show, our classic Tractor Show or just relax and listen to music. Our Downtown Festival is a celebration of friends and family; a harvest celebration that generates an enthusiastic spirit and regenerates our sense of Community.

Sept: Trenton Scarecrow Festival – Not updated 


Please let me know of any events I’ve missed. Thank you! 



One comment

  • Liz

    Great picture! All of these sound like a lot of fun. I think Clawson might be canceling some if not all of its 4th of July festivities, unfortunately … I thought I had heard some of the stuff might still go on, like the fireworks, though.

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