Ann Arbor Sonic Lunch 2019

2019 Sonic Lunch Lineup Announced

Each summer the Sonic Lunch series of lunchtime concerts are held on Thursdays. The 2019 Sonic Lunch Concerts start on June 6th and runs through August 29. The concerts are designed to bring together all of Ann Arbor from people on their lunch break to tourists, from senior citizens to children. Sonic Lunch is sponsored by Bank of Ann Arbor. Martin Bandyke, the morning host on ann arbor’s 107one, hosts each event.

2019 Sonic Lunch Ann Arbor

2019 Sonic Lunch Logistics

Sonic Lunch Concerts are held on Thursdays in Liberty Plaza, at the corner of Liberty and Division St in Downtown Ann Arbor. Seating is available, but lawn chairs are a great option if you want to ensure you have a place to sit.

A local vendor will have lunch available for purchase at each concert. Learn more about Sonic Lunch on their website.


2019 Sonic Lunch Schedule

The series starts on June 6th and runs through August 29. Concerts are held every week except for 4th of July and the week of Art Fair (July 18). This year all concerts start at 11:30a and feature a special guest.

The complete schedule is below:

?July 11, 2019 – Sonic Lunch - Rayland Baxter with special guest Matthew Milia
?August 15, 2019 – Sonic Lunch - TBA with special guest Amy Petty
?August 22, 2019 – Sonic Lunch - Michael Franti and Spearhead with special guest Abigail Stauffer
?August 29, 2019 – Sonic Lunch - Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas with special guest Jacob Sigman

Restaurants Near Liberty Park

In addition to the local food vendor, you can also have a lunch before or after at a nearby restaurant. Check out our reviews of restaurants in walking distance of Liberty Park:


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