TREEVERB Music Festival cut short due to severe weather

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ANN ARBOR, MI – Crowds from around the State of Michigan got to experience the first ever TREEVERB Music Festival in Ann Arbor, Saturday.

The inaugural event offered free music to those who found their way to the parking lot at the intersection of First Street and Huron Street.

Tunde Olaniran, a musician hailing from Flint was stopped short of a full set when lightning could be seen in surrounding areas.

Severe weather cut stage performances by Detroit-based group JR JR and headliner Computer Games featuring University of Michigan alum, Darren Criss.

TREEVERB Music Festival’s Twitter sent out a notification at 8:32 p.m. alerting attendees of a change of plans.

The event continued with performances and an after party scheduled at Ann Arbor bar, The Blind Pig on South First Street.

A full list of performances from TREEVERB can be found here.

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