Load the kids up for some American fun this year at the Stars & Stripes Festival at Freedom Hill in Sterling Heights, June 25-28, 2015.
Over the years, this festival has gained a reputation as one of the largest free festivals and this year, it is expected to draw in around half a million guests for four days of true American fun.
Families can expect a full midway carnival complete with rides, food, games, banana derby, a white tiger exhibit, petting zoo, pig racing, fireworks display and much, much more.
Music performances including Buckcherry, Hoobastank, Sebastian Bach, P.O.D. and more are set to perform on one of the festival’s two stages.
Stop by to see the Vietnam Memorial Wall, which will be on display during the festival as part of Salute to America.
The Stars & Stripes Festival starts Thursday and continues noon until 11 p.m. Friday-Sunday.
Admission to the festival is free. Ride wristbands cost $25, with half off wristbands on Thursday. Free parking is available at the Meijer on Utica Road in Fraser with a free shuttle service to the festival.
Find all the details for the Stars & Stripes Festival at Freedom Hill County Park in Sterling Heights. Plus, don’t forget to browse the Metro Parent Calendar for even more things to do in metro Detroit this weekend.
This article was updated for 2015 by Jessica Schrader