Your guide to deals during Ann Arbor’s late night shopping events on Friday

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. – On Friday night, shoppers will spill into downtown Ann Arbor ready to buy holiday gifts and support local businesses.

As the annual Midnight Madness, Moodlight Madness and Festive Fridays events unfold, businesses will keep their lights on late into the night and offer special deals.

This year, community members can also enjoy alcoholic beverages from 4-11 p.m. within the limits of Tree Town’s new Main Street Social District.

The Ann Arbor Concert Band will play holiday favorites between 7-9 p.m. in Kerrytown. Other musicians and sidewalk entertainment will be scattered around downtown.

Read: Annual Ann Arbor holiday shopping night planned for early December

Here’s a sneak peek at Friday’s shopping deals:

  • 16 Hands: 20% discount on everything in the shop
  • Axe Ventura: 30-minute special for $20, five axe throws for $5 (in-store only)
  • Bivouac: 20-50% discounts storewide (in-store)
  • Bohmey Beauty: 20% discount on all in-store purchases
  • Conor O’Neill’s: $6 pretzel bites, $6 Irish coffee and mulled cider
  • Roeda Studio - 30% discounts on everything all day
  • Found Gallery: Midnight Madness 20% off storewide
  • Fustini’s Oils & Vinegars: Buy three bottles to get a 50% discount on a 4th bottle
  • Grizzly Peak: $3 pints of beer for Main Street Social District participants
  • Himalayan Bazaar: 15% discount on everything in-store, 50% off rack items
  • Kin Aesthetics Studio: 25% discount on all skincare
  • Le Bon Macaron: 10% discounts on an entire purchase (in-store only)
  • Mix: 20% discounts on select items (in-store)
  • Roeda Studio: 30% discount on everything all day
  • Treehouse603: 25% discount on products in the entire store
  • Van Boven Clothing: 25% discount on entire inventory (excluding already discounted items)

Check out the Midnight Madness, Moonlight Midnight and Festive Friday websites for more deals.


About the Author:

Sarah has worked for WDIV since June 2018. She covers community events, good eats and small businesses in Ann Arbor and has a Master's degree in Applied Linguistics from Grand Valley State University.