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Inaugural TREEVERB Music Festival is Honored to 
to Select Ann Arbor Art Center as Beneficiary

Ann Arbor, Michigan, May 10, 2019 –Ann Arbor Art Center has been selected as the beneficiary of beverage sales at the inaugural TREEVERB Music Festival. This festival will be held June 1, 2019, beginning at 2:30pm located at the First and Huron Parking lot in downtown Ann Arbor. This event is non-ticketed and free to the general public. Proceeds of all beverages sold at TREEVERB Music Festival will be donated to support initiatives at the Ann Arbor Art Center. 


Established in 1909, the Ann Arbor Art Center is a non-profit organization serving as a studio, gallery, and community center and has enriched the Ann Arbor area for over a hundred years. The Art Center engages with over 49,500 annually through a number of programs including: classes, exhibitions, and other art education initiatives. In addition to the wide range of courses offered through the Art Center, the adjoining 117 Gallery Shop provides local artists the opportunity to showcase their artwork.


The idea for TREEVERB Music Festival developed from an interest in giving back to the Ann Arbor community and strengthening Ann Arbor’s reputation as a center for artistic collaboration; this made The Ann Arbor Art Center the perfect recipient for beverage sales at the TREEVERB Music Festival. Throughout the years, The Art Center has continued to use their platform to foster the talents of local artists and engage with members of the Ann Arbor community. TREEVERB is honored to partner with the Ann Arbor Art Center and play a small part in contributing to the success of individuals within the field of visual arts. 


If you would like more information on how to become a member of the Ann Arbor Art Center, attend a class, or how you can offer support, please visit their website TREEVERB Music Festival is a family friendly event and will be held June 1st located at the First and Huron Lot: 220 S. First St Ann Arbor, MI 48104. 

Ann Arbor, Michigan April 18, 2019 -First Martin Corporation, Bank of Ann Arbor, Destination Ann Arbor, and ann arbor’s 107one are proud to present TREEVERB Music Festival. The music festival will be held Saturday, June 1, 2019 at the First and Huron parking lot beginning at 2:30pm. This event is non-ticketed, free to the general public and will also include food trucks and a beer tent.


TREEVERB Music Festival will host a variety of regional and nationally acclaimed artists: Computer Games featuring Chuck and Darren Criss, JR JR, Tunde Olaniran, Anna Burch, Joshua Davis, Corey Harper, Jacob Sigman, and The North41. Ross Federman of Tally Hall is scheduled to DJ the event. 


“The idea for TREEVERB Music Festival developed from an interest in giving back to the Ann Arbor community,” said Mike Martin, President of First Martin Corporation. “We also wanted to find a way to celebrate the 50th anniversary of First Martin”. Looking for ways to elevate Washtenaw County and simply wanting to do something great for the downtown area, Mike began searching for a collaborative team to assist with his vision of destination development within the Ann Arbor area. After receiving some positive feedback from businesses owners within the community, he contacted Tim Marshall, President and CEO of Bank of Ann Arbor. After the bank agreed to participate, Mary Kerr, President and CEO of Destination Ann Arbor, and her organization were recruited to join the team. Mary commented, “The new TREEVERB Music Festival will continue to solidify Ann Arbor as a destination for unbeatable arts and culture. We’re tremendously excited and proud to support this new event, which will further our city’s reputation as a catalyst for creativity in the Midwest and beyond.”


“As a community bank, we are continuously looking for ways to get involved in events that help make this a great place to live, work, and play. When Mike first approached me about putting together a free music festival for the community, we were delighted to help” said Tim. Members of the Bank of Ann Arbor marketing team were assembled to participate in the planning, including Matthew Altruda who coordinates the highly successful Bank of Ann Arbor’s Sonic Lunch summer concert series. Once Destination Ann Arbor became involved, the TREEVERB Musical Festival quickly became a reality. “Selecting a date for this festival was really important to us” added Mike, “we wanted TREEVERB Music Festival to kick-off the Ann Arbor area’s rich tradition of summer cultural events.” 


Headlining the TREEVERB Music Festival is Computer Games with Chuck and Emmy and Golden Globe Winner Darren Criss. This performance is the only scheduled North American performance this year. Individually these brothers are incredibly talented, high energy, and Darren has strong ties to the Ann Arbor area, which made this duo the perfect headliner for TREEVERB. Their alt-pop 80’s vibe EP, Lost Boys Life EP!was released in 2017 and is currently available on all major streaming applications. 


A family friendly event, TREEVERB Music Festival will be held June 1st located at the First and Huron Lot starting at 2:30pm. The First and Huron Lot is located at 220 S. 1st St Ann Arbor, MI 48104, across from Residence Inn. For more information regarding this event, please visit us online at, or follow us on Facebook and Twitter for festival updates.



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Kick Off Summer 2019 at TREEVERB Music Festival 

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