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Michigan's Largest FREE Festival!

August 21, 22, & 23, 2015

The Events & Details


Take a look at the Lapeer Days schedule of events by following this link: Click Here.


The parade will be held on Saturday, August 22, 2015, promptly at 11:00AM. See all the details here.


Arts & Crafts
The Arts & Craft Show is located at the north end of Annrook Park along the the river. Get all of the details here.


Our Sponsors are the businesses and people that have allowed us to have an amazing Lapeer Days – see them all by clicking here.


If you’re looking to be a vendor at Lapeer Days, then click here for more information. Vendor space is filling up quickly, so don’t delay!


Car Show
The John Monteleone Memorial Classic Car show has been a part of Lapeer Days for 27 years. Learn more here.

Note on Construction:

Due to road construction on Lapeer Road, please take alternate routes provided on our FAQ Page.

The History of Lapeer Days



Lapeer Days is an exhilarating experience for the entire family! The festival takes place in beautiful downtown Lapeer, Michigan during the height of the Summer when the community is at it’s most beautiful. This is Lapeer County’s premier FREE festival. The Lapeer Days festival has grown in popularity to become one of MID-MICHIGAN’S premier FREE festivals!

We hope to see you and your entire family there! There’s so much to see and do for every member of the family. You don’t want to miss it.

The Beginning

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On Aug. 28, 1901, Alonzo A. Bostick and his son Austin celebrated the grand opening of Bostick Stove Works in Lapeer. Neither Alonzo nor his son could have foreseen the legacy they bestowed on our community. The simple grand opening celebration inspired the idea of a community festival held for the first time the following year. The Lapeer Days Festival was born. From simple beginning’s it has grown over the years to become the county’s largest festival and Michigan’s largest FREE festival!

*Photo credits on page: View Newspaper Group, Lapeer Days Archive, Holly Smith and Diane Millington