Check out the Caboose Ice Sculpture sponsored by Dwellings by Rudy & Hall and Kelly Brown of Guaranteed Rate.
While you are there donate to the Plymouth Historical Museum to Save the Caboose and Enter to Win a Getaway For Two To Chicago!
This year Dwellings by Rudy & Hall and Kelly Brown from Guaranteed Rate are giving away a chance to win an amazing three-day getaway to trip to Chicago at the 2019 Plymouth Ice Festival. For more details visit
The Plymouth Ice Festival is a world-class event in beautiful downtown Plymouth that is exciting and fun for the whole family. Furthermore, the event is committed to spreading the word about downtown Plymouth and helping the local business community thrive through event outreach and marketing efforts.
2019 Plymouth Ice Festival Official Hours of Operation:
Friday, January 12th – 5:00pm to 10:00pm
Saturday, January 13th – 10:00am to 10:00pm
Sunday, January 14th – 10:00am to 6:00pm
Sculptures are available for viewing 24 hours a day and will remain standing after the event – weather permitting.
Opening Ceremony and Ribbon Cutting – Friday, January 11th 7:00pm�
Please join us as for the official opening of the 2019 Plymouth Ice Festival. City of Plymouth commission members and Plymouth Township Supervisor Kurt Heise will be in attendance to help cut the ribbon and kick off the 2019 Ice Festival celebrations.
Genisys Credit Union Collegiate Ice Carving Competitions
The 2019 Plymouth Ice Festival is proud to partner with local colleges and universities to bring you the Collegiate Ice Carving Competition in Kellogg Park. Watch live carvings by talented college students as they compete to win first place in their sculpture category. All judging is done by experienced and professional judges.
Saturday, January 12th
College Individual Carving Competition – 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Awards at 2 p.m.
Sunday, January 13th
College Team Carving Competition – 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Awards at 3 p.m.
DTE Energy Foundation Tubing Run
Plymouth Ice Festival will feature, over 100 feet of pure tubing fun. Located on Ann Arbor trail between Main Street and Union, this family fun attraction is sure to be one of the most popular events at this year’s festival.
DTE Energy Foundation Tubing Run Hours:
Friday 6 to 9pm,
Saturday 11am to 6pm
Sunday 11am to 5pm.
Dwellings by Rudy & Hall + Kelly Brown of Guaranteed Rate Save The Caboose Ice Sculpture and 3 Day Chicago Trip Giveaway-
Checkout the amazing replica of the caboose that will be moved to the Plymouth Historical Museum and restored for display. While doing so, donate to the Plymouth Historical Society to help pay for moving and restoring the caboose and automatically be entered to win an amazing three-day train trip getaway to Chicago! For more details visit-
Dueling Chainsaws Competition – Saturday, January 12 th 7:00 p.m.
Back by popular demand!!! The Dueling Chainsaws Competition. In this great competition ice carvers are given 15 minutes, one block, and their chainsaws to create some of the most amazing ice carvings in the festival.
Ice Throne Presented by: Henry Ford Health System
Take a seat and feel like ice royalty on the Throne! A yearly tradition that draws in kings and queens of all ages.
The Plymouth Ice Festivals Ice Playground
Bring the kids for countless photo opportunities at the all-new attraction at the Plymouth Ice Festival. The Ice Playground is packed full of interactive ice carvings. This is simply a “must see” at this years festival.
Family Petting Zoo
Located next to the Ice Playground, our friends at Carousel Acres will be offering a hands on experience with horses, donkeys, goats. sheep, alpaca and even a baby calf. This activity is great for kids or those that are young at heart.
Saturday 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. – weather permitting
Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. – weather Permitting
Interactive Ice Sculptures
Get your picture taken with some of the most amazing ice creations around! There are a number of opportunities to take a “selfie” with some remarkable and unique ice sculptures.
Community Financial Main Stage
The Community Financial Main Stage features live entertainment, awards ceremonies, presentations and music throughout the weekend of the festival.
Fire and Ice
See two basic elements of our world light up the night sky in downtown Plymouth! Fire and ice are combined to create a dazzling display on Friday, January 11th and Saturday, January 12 th that is sure to wow! Towers are lit at approximately 7:30 p.m. each evening and will burn for approximately 2 hours.
Blue Care Network of Michigan Cross Country Zone presented by Sun and Snow Sports
Bring the family down to Kellogg Park for the opportunity to try cross-country skiing! Seasoned professionals will demonstrate and explain the gear and theory of cross-country skiing – and then give the kids chance to try it for themselves! This feature is open Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. And Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The Hot Spot Heated By Ehlers Heating & Air Conditioning
Warm up in style at the Hot Spot, heated by Ehlers Heating and Air Conditioning. Located under The Gathering directly across from Kellogg Park. The Hot Spot features local vendors, businesses, product demonstrations, a sitting area to take a load off your feet and (most importantly) lots of heat! The Hot Spot is open during all of the official open hours of the Festival.
DFCU Financial Lights the Ice
The Plymouth Ice Festivals Ice Garden becomes even more magical at night, as the ice carvings glow with color. Join DFCU Financial and the Plymouth Ice Festival, each night as they Light The Ice. We will flip the switch during the opening ceremony on January 11th at 7pm.
Amazing Wintertime Festival Food
One of the best things about being out in the winter is that you work up a great appetite! Enjoy festival favorites like elephant ears, popcorn, roasted almonds and hot chocolate. All food sales on-site can be enjoyed in the warmth of the Warming Station tables and chairs are provided all weekend long! Looking for a meal indoors? There are so many wonderful options within downtown Plymouth – from fine dining to a quick bite, candy, cookies and ice cream! Check out downtownplymouth.org
for a complete restaurant listing.
Warm up at the Plymouth Library:
Friday 9:30 am – 6 pm
Saturday 9:30 am – 5 pm
Sunday 12 – 5 pm
Plymouth Historical Museum
Travel back in time through the Plymouth community’s example of the American Experience. Learn how the growth of American industry, the advent of the railroad and the invention of the automobile changed America’s small towns, especially Plymouth, Michigan! http://plymouthhistory.org
Party Lot at EG Nicks on Forest Ave. presented by Miller Light, Sam Adams, Stoli Vodka, Gordon Food Service, Samuel Adams, Leinenkugel’s, and Coors Brewing Company.
For the biggest party in downtown Plymouth, head over to the EG Nicks Party Lot for cold beer, drink specials, and live music. The Party Lot has become the place to be for the evening crowd – and there is always a good time to be had! Or hang out on the front patio to catch some heat, see an awesome ice bar and enjoy some Svedka Vodka specialties!
Party Lot – Hours of operation:
Friday, January 11th – 7:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.
Saturday, January 12th – 7:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.
Movie’s at the Penn Theater:
Friday, January 11th.
Saturday, January 12th.
Sunday, January 13th.