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.
2020 Plymouth Ice Festival Official Hours of Operation:
Friday, January 10th – 5:00pm to 10:00pm
Saturday, January 11th – 10:00am to 10:00pm
Sunday, January 12th – 10:00am to 6:00pm
Sculptures are available for viewing 24 hours a day and will remain standing after the event - weather permitting.
The Ice Book is online:
Opening ceremony and ribbon cutting.
Friday January 10th 7:00pm
Please join us as we officially open the Plymouth Ice Festival. City of Plymouth commission members, Plymouth Township Supervisor Kurt Heise and State Rep. Jeff Noble will be in attendance to help cut the ribbon and kick off the Ice Festival celebrations.
Interactive Ice Sculptures
Get your picture taken with some of the most amazing ice creations around! Make sure you see them all! There are a number of opportunities to take a “selfie” with some remarkable and unique ice sculptures!
The Dueling Chainsaws Competition – Saturday, January 11th 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.
Please visit www.downtownplymouth.org for more information about area hotels, delicious restaurants, wonderful shopping and fun things to do while visiting the Plymouth Ice Festival!
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