Cadillac Earth Day Celebration, April 21st – Cadillac Commons. This event was established 35 years ago and will be bigger than ever in 2024. Bring the family to celebrate our Earth as dozens of vendors share activities and information on how we can protect our environment. Free tree seedlings (while supplies last), live music and kids activities are planned at The Market. Details at

Mesick Jeep Blessing, May 4th – Ellen’s Corners. The 23rd annual event where many gather for a blessing then head out on area off-road courses, including vendors, kids activities, prizes and 2,000-plus Jeeps on display. Learn more on their Facebook page.

Mesick Mushroom Festival, May 10th-12th – Downtown Mesick. Mushroom capital of the United States, lots of great activities for all ages, such as concerts, kids events, craft vendors, a annual parade and many moreDetails at

Hoxeyville Spring, May 31st-June 2nd – Wellston. Midwest premier Americana and Roots Festival, with the best and brightest music local talents in Michigan. Learn more at:

Back to the Bricks® 14th Annual Promo Tour, June 9th – Mitchell St. Hundreds of classic cars will roll through Cadillac on June 8th & 9th as part of a six-day tour via backroads to four Michigan cities. The Cadillac show will be on Sunday from 2-6 p.m. Details at:

The Bandit Run – Michigan Tour, June 10th – After26 Depot Cafe & The Cadillac Commons. H100+ classic Trans Ams will roll into Downtown Cadillac for a lunch stop on their way from Holland and on their way to Mackinaw City as they tour Michigan for the very first time. Come out and see this very unique and one-time event from 11am to 1pm. Learn more at

Cadillac Freedom Festival, July 4th-6th – Cadillac Commons. This annual festival with 4 full days of family activities and will feature a new drone show July 5th at dusk over Lake Cadillac. Learn more at

Greatest 4th in the North, July 4th-6th – Lake City. Events include parade, live music, 5k race and more! Details at:

Razzasque Days, July 12-14 – LeRoy. Always the 2nd Weekend in July, this community festival is a family-friendly event with something for everyone, including a parade, kids activities, sports tournaments, live music, vendors, beverage tent & more! Find details at:

Model T Ford Club International (MTFCI) 67th Annual Tour, July 13th-20th – downtown Cadillac plus excursions in the area. The MTFCI (with support from the Western Michigan MTFCI Chapter and Cadillac Area Visitors Bureau) will bring 250 Model T’s for this one-time tour of the Greater Cadillac Area. Learn more at:

Cadillac Festival of the Arts, July 19th-20th – Cadillac Commons. 100+ artist booths, food & entertainment. Learn more at: Phyllis Olson Juried Art Fair or Cadillac Festival of The Arts on Facebook.

Harrietta Blueberry Festival, August 3rd. A FREE and fun, family friendly event! Activities include the pie eating contest. frozen t-shirt contest as well as a quilt show and petting zoo. Don’t forget the ice-cream sundaes, hand-held pies, t-shirts and fresh blueberries for sale, or if you want to pick your own, Blueberry Hill is just down the road! Learn more at:

Mitchell Street Market Block Party, August 10th – Main Street Closed. Visitors can expect to find unique gifts, sales and treats as they walk down main street while it’s filled vendors and activities. Fun for families of all ages, you can expect to shop great deals out on the sidewalks, hear live music & activities for the kids. Details to come at

Hoxeyville Music Festival, August 9th-11th – Wellston. Midwest premier Americana and Roots Festival, with the best and brightest music local talents in Michigan. Learn more at:

Northern District Fair, August 11th-17th – Wexford Co. Fairgrounds. For more than 100 years, the NDF has welcomed families to enjoy multiple carnival rides, games, exhibits, animals, derby, vendors and fun. Details can be found at:

Buckley Old Engine Show, August 15th-18th – Buckley. The 57th Annual Buckley Old Engine Show, featuring displays, show groups, hands on exabits, craft vendors. With a variety of different activities for all ages.  Learn more here on their website.

Wexford County Wings & Wheels, August 24th – Wexford Co. Airport. Bring the kids for this fun day featuring a fly-in, pancake breakfast, free Young Eagle flights for kids, classic cars & aircrafts on display along with many booths set up where organizations can highlight their group in an effort to promote careers in aviation! Learn more about it at:

Manton Harvest Festival, August 30 – September 2. Since 1924, this festival has been a time honored tradition of community events, live music and gathering of people all across northern Michigan. Learn more at:

Hughston’s Cow Camp Rodeo, Labor Day Weekend – McBain. This annual rodeo draws crowds from miles around and includes several types of competitions as well as on-site camping, chili cook off & more! Learn more at:

Great Lakes Fish Decoy Carving Association 2024 World Championships, September 12th-14th – Lake Cadillac Resort. This event features a collectors show, trading, decoy carving, and more. For more information

Festival of the Pines, September 13-15 – Lake City. This annual festival celebrates our Christmas tree growers, farmers and logging industry businesses with events that include chainsaw carving competitions, live music, beverage tent & more! Find the details at:

Earthwork Harvest Gathering, September 20-22 – Lake City. Don’t miss this all ages annual music & cultural festival next in mid-September on the beautiful Earthwork Farm near Lake City.
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Cadillac’s Craft Beer Festival, September 28th – Cadillac Commons. Enjoy the best variety of Michigan Craft Beverages in a fun tailgating atmosphere, overlooking Lake Cadillac! With food & retail vendors, yard games and live music there is something for everyone, so grab some friends and meet us downtown for a great cause. Details at

Bear Claw Epic Mountain Bike Race, October 12 – Cadillac Pathway. This competitive race includes multiple divisions and kids cub race. It is held at the Cadillac Pathway, with all proceeds from the race go towards the preservation, maintenance, and improvement of the trail. Learn more at:

Christmas in the Park, November 29 – Cadillac Commons. Join us at the Cadillac Commons for the annual Christmas tree lighting with carols, hot chocolate, and appearances by Santa and Mrs. Claus and more! Learn more at:

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