Music-focused Monroe Street Fair celebrates 18 years alongside Hash Bash

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Each year, on the first Saturday in April, Ann Arbor becomes the hottest ticket in town. First, you’ve got Hash Bash. And for those not looking to toke in public but don’t mind a contact buzz, the Monroe Street Fair is also underway in conjunction with the bash. Primarily a music festival, this year’s street fair will see performances by NESSA, Billy Davis Rhythm Machine Band, Syd Burnham Band, and Leaving Lifted. Hash Bash master John Sinclair will also read poetry commemorating his incredible journey as a marijuana activist.

The 18th annual Monroe Street fair begins at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 6; Monroe Street, Ann Arbor; monroestreetfair.com; Event is free and open to the public.

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