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Live music, car cruise part of Good Times in Goodrich Festival this week

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GOODRICH, MI – From live music to a car show cruise, there are several festivities to enjoy in Goodrich this weekend.

The Goodrich Festival & Events presents Good Times at Goodrich Festival – “The Biggest Little Festival No One Has Heard Of” – from Friday, Aug. 5 to Saturday, Aug. 6.

Goodrich Festivals & Events is a community-based non-profit organization committed to giving back to their communities. They provide funds for local families in need, scholarships for deserving students, support for school booster groups, and help decorating Goodrich.

The organization raises money through fundraisers throughout the year. Good Times in Goodrich Festival is the main event usually held annually on the first weekend of August.

The Friday events kick off later in the afternoon at 5pm with the Martian Garden Tent Entertainment Friday Night Hoedown In “G” Town. Music starts on time and continues until 11:30 PM

Musical appearances include Billy Gunther and The Traditional Family Band. Mechanical bull riding takes place between 18.30 and 20.00

The Saturday’s lineup of events runs from dusk into the wee hours.

The first event is the Cruise-to-Goodrich Car Show at 8038 Clarence St. Attendee registration begins at 8:00 AM. The show starts at 10am with the national anthem and the blessing of the vehicles and ends at 3pm with awards.

Door prizes will be awarded throughout the day.

The festival ends late Saturday night with the Martian Garden Tent Entertainment. Music starts at 3:00 PM and lasts until 12:30 PM. Musicians include Rock Lab, Open, Mike Smith, Riot Enterprise, and Square Pegz.

“Open your ears and your mind to some talented artists,” says the festival website.

For more information and tickets for The Good Time in Goodrich Festival, visit here.

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