Detroit is certainly known for its many summer festivals and the tradition continues with the 41st Annual Arab & Chaldean Festival in Hart Plaza. The Riverfront will come alive, July 28 and 29, with live musical entertainment, special exhibits, food and fashion reflecting Arab and Chaldean history and culture. The Arab & Chaldean Festival is the largest of its kind in North America and expects more than 50,000 attendees.
41st Annual Arab & Chaldean Festival
July 28 – 29, 2012
Art Gallery: One of the biggest attractions Hart plaza
throughout the Festival where visitors can enjoy
learning more about the Middle East by viewing incredible art collections.
Children’s Fair: 4th Annual family program with arts & crafts, inflatable attractions and games – July 28 – 3 PM – 8 PM.
Fashion Show: July 29 – 8 PM – showcasing a large array of attire from all of the Arab countries.
Music: Announcing Arabic megastar singer Housam Al-Rassam participating in this year’s festival!
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The Festival is a great opportunity to share the Arab & Chaldean culture with people in the surrounding communities and visitors to the Detroit area. If you are visiting the area and are in need of accommodations, please consider the Westin Southfield Detroit. With luxurious, upscale guestrooms, attentive staff and quiet location, our hotel can provide you with a relaxing and refreshing stay.