Tonight at Top of the Park - Saturday, July 6: Abigail Stauffer, Theo Katzman and more
Here's the schedule for tonight's Top of the Park, the free (donations welcome), outdoor component of the Ann Arbor Summer Festival. Descriptions provided by the festival. Top of the Park takes place in the area around East Washington Street at Ingalls Mall, except as noted. Subject to weather cancellations.
5 p.m.: KidZone: Rocks & Robots - KidZone Tent
Come see LEGO robot lions roar, LEGO bayblades compete, and LEGO sumo robots battle to be king of the mountain when Rocks and Robots takes over the KidZone Tent.
5 p.m.: Retreat: Hula Hoop Fitness - Power Center Lawn
Learn foundational moves, increase your balance, open your upper back and torso, and get a great cardio workout with hula hooper Tonji Zimmerman of Diva Hoops.
5 p.m.: Derek Fawcett - Grove Stage
(DELAYED DUE TO WEATHER) Come hear Fawcett’s songs and piano arrangements, influenced by Tom Petty, John Mayer, Bon Iver, and Fountains of Wayne.
Capturing a sweet, folksy style, Abigail Stauffer exudes confidence and vulnerability, bringing charm and wit to original songs about pain, hope, and joy.
7 p.m.: Elliot Street Lunatic - Rackham Stage
With lush guitar tones and etheric four-part harmonies, this Lansing indie rock band is a Top must see debut.
8 p.m.: One Radio Host, Two Dancers - Power Center
Joni American Life host Ira Glass and Monica Bill Barnes & Company for a funny, lively, and very talky evening of dance and stories.
8 p.m.: Theo Katzman - Rackham Stage
Come celebrate the return of Ann Arbor favorite Theo Katzman, known for his melodic rock, great hooks, and edgy soul.
9:30 p.m.: Funkadesi - Rackham Stage
The rhythms of Indian Ragas and reggae meld together, while the Latin, African and contemporary funk that’s spicing this one-sound, many-voices stew fits Funkadesi’s all-world melange to a tee.
11 p.m.: After Dark w/ DJ Ross Federman of Tally Hall - Grove Stage
Come hear a seamless and eclectic mix of Motown, rock, soul funk, indie, and hip-hop by DJ Ross Federman of Ann Arbor’s Tally Hall.