Entertain your family and friends at a concert in the Art Park this summer. The relaxed atmosphere and great music are a perfect way to enjoy a midsummer evening. This year the series is expanding from five to six performances thanks to our generous sponsors.
All concerts take place on Fridays at 7 p.m. at the outdoor amphitheater.
$10 suggested donation for admission, with the exception of the first concert which will be ticketed due to an expected high turnout.
July 10 – Joshua Davis Trio
As seen on NBC’s television show The Voice, Joshua Davis writes songs that blend the roots of American music with gritty rock n’ roll and vintage soul.
July 17 – May Erlewine with Seth Bernard
The sounds and influences you’ll hear in her music range from good old fashioned folk and country swing to soul singers, rock and music from all over the wide world. It’s all bundled together with stories and melodies to take you on a journey of the heart.
July 24 – Benzie Playboys
K.Jones and the Benzie Playboys play some great “old school” zydeco and cajun music with traditional button accordions, fiddles, and washboard for an authentic Louisiana dance experience.
July 31 – Interlochen Faculty Revue
From singer-songwriter Courtney Kaiser-Sandler to cellist Crispin Campbell, this performance will have something for everyone.
August 7 – Ruth and Max Bloomquist
With influences of folk, bluegrass, and country, they have created a heart touching, audience pleasing acoustic Americana that is all their own.
August 14 – The Accidentals
Back by popular demand, Traverse City singer-songwriters and multi-instrumentalists, Katie Larson, Savannah Buist and Michael Dause, have created a sound all their own that is winning praise from music lovers across the country.
$10 suggested donation for admission, with the exception of the Joshua Davis Trio concert on July 10 which will be ticketed due to an expected high turnout.
The amphitheater was originally built in 1995 and dedicated in memory of Jessie Frohlich by Edward P. Frohlich. An acoustic engineer helped choose the acoustically ideal location, and Michigan architect Bob Holdeman designed the venue. It was rebuilt for the 2014 season with a major grant from Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs. Its terraced seating, built by David Barr and Jim Ristine, accommodates about 150 people, with additional space for another 50 to 100 people to bring lawn chairs and picnic blankets.