ANN ARBOR – Bank of Ann Arbor has made the decision to cancel the 2020 season of our Sonic Lunch Summer Concert Series.
“We were so hoping that after all that has gone on this year with the COVID-19 virus and it’s unprecedented impact on our community, the state of Michigan, and across the country, that Sonic Lunch could bring joy to our community. However, for the health and safety of all and to respect the ongoing “Stay Home, Stay Safe” executive order, we have decided that the show cannot go on this summer”, said Tim Marshall, President and CEO of Bank of Ann Arbor.
This would have been the 13th year for Bank of Ann Arbor’s Sonic Lunch, a free summer outdoor concert series located at the corner of Liberty and Division in downtown Ann Arbor.
Tim adds, “We hope that by the summer of 2021, we will be able to join together in Liberty Plaza on a beautiful summer afternoon, sun shining, music playing, and our community enjoying all the great activities summer in Ann Arbor has to offer. In the meantime, be well, be safe, and stay healthy.”
Started in 2008, Bank of Ann Arbor’s Sonic Lunch is a free summer outdoor concert series at the corner of Liberty and Division in downtown Ann Arbor Thursdays from 11:30am to 1:30pm, June 6 to August 29. Sonic Lunch features a live band from an impressive array of talent in the region, as well as national and international acts. Each week, lunch will be available on-site for purchase from a local vendor. Sonic Lunch concerts are free and suitable for all ages. Seating is available but lawn chairs are welcome. Join the crowds for an energizing mid-day break or just relax and enjoy the sounds.
Sonic Lunch is a collaborative effort spearheaded by Bank of Ann Arbor. ann arbor’s 107one and Morning Host, Martin Bandyke, provide promotional support and host each event. Perich + Partners provides the colorful art As a result, Bank of Ann Arbor’s Sonic Lunch has become one of the coolest summer events in Ann Arbor. www.soniclunch.com
About Bank of Ann Arbor
Bank of Ann Arbor is a locally owned and operated bank with total assets and assets under management of over $3.4 billion, serving people and businesses in Southeast Michigan with offices at the corner of Fifth Avenue and Washington Street in downtown Ann Arbor, in the Traver Village Shopping Center, at the corner of Stadium and Liberty Streets, on West Ellsworth Road in Pittsfield Township, on West Michigan Avenue in downtown Ypsilanti, in Plymouth on Ann Arbor Road, on East Michigan Avenue in downtown Saline, and on Woodward Avenue just north of 14 Mile Road in Birmingham, Michigan. UniFi Equipment Finance, a wholly owned subsidiary of the bank and headquartered in Ann Arbor, is a well-established company with a national presence in the small ticket vendor space. UniFi has funded more than 85,000 transactions, totaling over $1 billion. www.boaa.com / www.unifiedge.com. Visit us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.