Arts and culture have long been embraced by the City of Muskegon as a way of inspiring public engagement and celebrating its rich history. The iconic Frauenthal Theater, the Muskegon Museum of Art, and the Lakeshore Museum Center are all located within the City.
In addition to the more traditional art and historical exhibits, the City of Muskegon also features an
impressive collection of public art installations and historic architecture throughout.
Celebrating the Arts in the City of Muskegon
Muskegon is known throughout the state for its unique arts and entertainment festivals. Currently, the City of Muskegon hosts the celebrated Lakeshore Art Festival as well as the Taste of Muskegon. Other popular festivals that take place in the City include Burning Foot Beer Festival, Michigan Irish Music Festival, and the Unity Christian Music Festival.
To discover upcoming arts and culture events in the City of Muskegon, visit our calendar.