Warren’s Cold Rush Family Winter Festival

Warren's Cold Rush festival returns on Jan. 11, 2020 at City Square and offers cold-weather activities for people of all ages.

It’s time to embrace the cold weather and all the fun you can have in it. The city of Warren celebrates Michigan’s winter in a big way during the Warren’s Cold Rush Ice Festival, which will be held from 2-9 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 11, 2020.

The 13th annual festival will take place at Warren City Square across from City Hall, located just north of 12 Mile Road and east of Van Dyke Avenue.

People of all ages are invited to enjoy a wide range of free, winter fun activities including ice skating ($3/skate rental), the new Super Snow Slide and a huge bon fire inside of an ice sculpture.

Visitors can also watch ice sculpting in action, all sponsored by local businesses. If you need to warm up for a bit, just head to the beer and warming tent.

Concessions, including hot chocolate and treats, will be available for sale. Admission to Warren’s Cold Rush is free.

For more information on the 2020 festival or for details on other family fun things to do this weekend, head to the Metro Parent calendar.

This post was originally published in 2017 and is updated regularly. 

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