Brews, BBQ & Bourbon Grand Rapids will be held at the beautiful Ah-Nab-Awen Park. Once the site of a Native American village, this 6.5-acre park began as a bicentennial project which involved extensive public design input. The name, “Ah-Nab-Awen,” was proposed by the Elders of the Three Fires Council and means, “Resting Place.” The Park exhibits numerous pieces of art and interpretive markers and is often viewed in the context of the later addition to the site, the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum.

Ah-Nab-Awen Park
220 Front Ave NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49504


Onsite VIP Parking $10 corner of Front Ave & Michigan St

The city of Grand Rapids and private parking providers operate more than 18,000 off-street spots in Downtown garages and lots, in addition to 1,800 spaces on city streets.

For all information related to parking visit downtowngr.org/get/parking